A super slick design with sharp typography and great layouts. Our pick this week.
With the Divi Layout Packs you’ll get world-class designs ready to be used for your client projects.
An epic path tracing renderer and utilities for Three.js built on top of three-mesh-bvh. By Garrett Johnson.
Addy Osmani writes about how important images are and how they can affect your web app’s performance more than any other part of your code.
A foundational overview of how to build color-adaptive, responsive, and accessible mini and mega modals with the <dialog> element. By Adam Argyle.
A random collection of opinions on how design tools should export SVGs.
Matthias Ott explains how the :has() selector works and shows how it’s not only useful as a parent selector.
Reasonable Colors is an open-source color system for building accessible, nice-looking color palettes.
An article by James Sinclair explains what the big deal with function composition is.
A deep-dive into the CSS :has parent selector with some use-cases and examples. By Ahmad Shadeed.
Nolan Lawson on the miserable state of Emoji support in browser.
Lexical is an extensible text editor framework that provides excellent reliability, accessibility and performance.
A deep dive into the complex OAuth2, the most popular specifications for API authentication. By Dan Moore.
Eight Colors is a block shifting game where the goal is to shift circular blocks to reach the target. Made by Shubham Jain.
Dave Seidman’s portfolio has a cool project slideshow with a 3D shape in a polygonal look that morphs into another one.
Learn how to solve 30% of the web’s accessibility defects with just the help of a calculator. By Ben Myers.
A coding session where you’ll learn how to create the interactive liquid-like effect from the PixiJS website using Three.js.
An on-scroll animation that shows repeated fragments of a big text as seen on the website of Dr. Dabber.