An excellent design with a horizontal scroll layout. Very cool menu and awesome typography. Our pick this week.
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Kintone is a powerful web database, providing developers with a convenient environment to test out front-end coding ideas, without having to run a back-end.
An interactive introduction to Particles with React Three Fiber and Shaders where you’ll learn anything going from attributes, buffer geometries, and more advanced techniques like Frame Buffer Object through 8 unique 3D scenes.
An exploration of how a frontend developer thinks while building a simple hero section. By Ahmad Shadeed.
Hidde de Vries explores the difference between some web platform concepts that seem very similar but are actually different from each other.
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Learn how to make an animated gradient text effect with scoped custom properties and background-clip. By Jhey Tompkins.
A cyberpunk style image gallery with glitch effects by Toshiya Marukubo.
Marten is a Crystal web framework that makes building web applications easy, productive, and fun. It enables pragmatic development and rapid prototyping.
A list of services with a free plan that developers can use as an alternative to Heroku.
Matej Latin explores huge type in print, looks for similar examples on the web, and tries to find out what is it that works well about those designs.
Tips and aliases that make rebase-based workflows in Git much less advanced feeling.
Bezel is a collaborative 3D design tool, empowering teams to design and prototype on a spatial canvas together.
An unofficial guide to the Rust ecosystem with helpful pointers on which crates to use when.
A stretchy letter demo made with a brilliant trick by Jhey Tompkins.
A general-purpose, transactional, relational database that uses Datalog and focuses on graph data and algorithms.
Adam Argyle made a gradient border with rounded corners using some clever CSS tricks.
A really cool scroll experience about Walter Gropius’ architecture.