Category: CSS

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The Ecological Impact of Browser Diversity

Little edit: I updated this post to expand just a little bit on Webkit on iOS, the role of Firefox during the era of IE6, and to explicitly call attention to Servo, which is...

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Props and PropTypes in React

React encourages developers to build by breaking a UI up into components. This means there will always be a need to pass data from one component to another — more specifically, from parent to...

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JAMstack_conf

I love a good conference that exists because there is a rising tide in technology. JAMstack_conf: Static site generators, serverless architectures, and powerful APIs are giving front-end teams fullstack capabilities — without the pain...

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CSS Shape Editors | CSS-Tricks

Firefox 62 is shipping out of beta on September 5th. The big notable thing for CSS developers is that it will now support the shape-outside property with polygon(), circle(), and ellipse(), joining Chrome and...

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“View Source” in DevTools | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On August 29, 2018 DevTools When the conversation about the value of “View Source” rolls around, the #1 response I hear is along these lines: No way, Jose! I use View...