An excellent design with a unique feel and smooth animations. Our pick this week.
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Patrick Clancey summarizes the advantages of the mobile first approach and some alternate solutions if mobile-first doesn’t seem to suit a project.
Some great insight into how the (Not Boring) Habits app became Apple Design Award winner with a game feel approach.
Just in time edge rendering, island based interactivity, and no configuration TypeScript support using Deno.
A collection of thinking tools and frameworks to help you solve problems, make decisions and understand systems.
Addy Osmani shares some of the software engineering soft skills he has learned from his first 10 years on Google Chrome.
A generator for supercool shadow gradients with pure CSS. By Alvaro Trigo.
In this Offscreen Canvas edition, you’ll learn all about looping over circles, sines, cosines, and spheres.
Kevin Powell shows some straigh-forward CSS solutions using pseudo-classes.
An article by Sara J. Wallén that covers some a11y issues, also looking at anxiety-inducing design.
Kartik Agaram writes about an app he made that allows to write and draw.
Michal Zalobny made this Stack Tower Game with THREE.js and React based on Hunor Márton Borbély’s tutorial.
Learn why swyx thinks that in the future, most development will not be done on localhost.
An open source software for motion design and procedural content generation. Makers are calling for folks to help and try it out!
Learn all about improving scrolling through CSS in this article by Mayank.
Free and useful services over DNS accessible on command line.
Some knowledgeable things to make your website suitable for RTL and LTR languages with just HTML and CSS.
A very interesting article by Terence Eden on a situation that shows the limits of the “Code Is Law” movement.
Keep your calendar in a plain text file with Calendar.txt. It is versionable, supports all operating systems and easily syncs with Android mobile phone.
The W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) shares some essential patterns for understanding when and why to use ARIA.
Nolan Lawson takes another look at getting dialogs to play nicely with shadow DOM.
Sake is a command runner for local and remote hosts. You define servers and tasks in a sake.yaml config file and then run the tasks on the servers.