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The annual developer survey about the latest trends in CSS. Read this article by Lea Verou to learn more about it.
A look at some different use-cases for min(), max(), and clamp(). By Ahmad Shadeed.
Daniel Velasquez writes about scrolling through satisfying WebGL animations in this latest issue of Offscreen Canvas.
Vadim Makeev’s in-depth exploration of creating a two-column layout.
Read this Twitter thread by Quentin Hocdé on how and why he merged locomotive-scroll and Lenis.
In this article Kilian Valkhof explores the roles of buttons and links.
A really cool shield shader made in Three.js by Francesco Michelini.
A fantastic Gist of some very useful CSS to make a page look great.
Find out who the winners of the eleventh annual js13kGames coding competition are.
Get guitar chord diagrams for a whole lot of popular chords at different positions on the fretboard. The chord diagrams show finger positions and note names.
In case you didn’t know about it: An extension that allows to click on an UI Component in the browser and open its code in your IDE.
Nerfstudio provides an API that allows for a simplified end-to-end process of creating, training, and testing NeRFs.
Paul Henschel about pairing meta balls with react-three/rapier. See the demo here.
A great visual explainer by Jay Alammar on how Stable Diffusion works.
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A video coding session where you’ll learn how to animate tiny triangles to create a whirlwind-like dissolving effect in Three.js.