Cody Lindley wrote this guide that outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering, how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2019.
Here are the most surprising 5 things he’s learned from the community and the future he’s planning for Visual Composer. Bonus: there’s a great freebie at the end of his post, go check it out!
A tutorial by Andy Clarke where he goes beyond basic CSS Shapes and shows how you can use them to create five types of distinctive and engaging layouts for your art-directed designs.
Michelle Barker describes a technique for taking care of leftover grid items.
A fast and easy way to inline some remote SVG or HTML into your page. By Scott Jehl.
A presentation by Ryan Dahl on the new TypeScript runtime for Node called Deno.
Pete Hodgson describes a pattern for adding business-relevant observability in a clean, testable way.
Tobias Ahlin describes a CSS-only way of creating a masonry (or mosaic) layout.
An article by Mat Marquis about why we don’t want a way to know when a user has a disability.
Francesco Michelini created a really useful Three.js boilerplate to easily quickstart a project on CodeSandbox.
Rick Lewik created this typeface as a homage to the Grobe Deutschmeister font.
In case you didn’t know about it: a real-time, responsive HTML/CSS/JS code editor.
A fully responsive take on the Instagram app layout using CSS Grid and Flexbox for the implementation of the layout and VueJS for the processing of the data.
Learn how to pull apart SVGs in 3D space with Three.js and React, using abstractions that allow us to break the scene graph into reusable components.