19 Mar

Who is hiring? (As of March 2019)

This is our monthly thread where community members share openings at their companies.

Here a few ground rules:

Please only post if you are personally part of the hiring company (no recruiting firms) Please provide brief background on what your com...

19 Mar

Who is hiring? (As of March 2019)

This is our monthly thread where community members share openings at their companies.

Here a few ground rules:

Please only post if you are personally part of the hiring company (no recruiting firms) Please provide brief background on what your com...

19 Mar

Stacked “Borders”

A little while back, I was in the process of adding focus styles to An Event Apart’s web site. Part of that was applying different focus effects in different areas of the design, like white rings in the header and footer and orange rings in the main text. But in one place, I wanted rings that were more obvious—something like stacking two borders on top of each other, in order to create unusual shapes that would catch the eye.

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19 Mar

I Don’t Hate Arrow Functions

TL;DR Arrow functions are fine for certain usages, but they have so many variations that they need to be carefully controlled to not break down the readability of the code. While arrow functions clearly have a ubiquitous community consensus (though not unanimous support!), it turns out there’s a wide variety of opinions on what makes […]

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19 Mar

Crafting Reusable HTML Templates

In our last article, we discussed the Web Components specifications (custom elements, shadow DOM, and HTML templates) at a high-level. In this article, and the three to follow, we will put these technologies to the test and examine them in greater detail and see how we can use them in production today. To do this, we will be building a custom modal dialog from the ground up to see how the various technologies fit together.

Article Series: An Introduction

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19 Mar

Jack of the Stack

During the recent Web Application #DevDiscuss, the discussion of Full-Stack developers came up. From there, the discussion delved into the best ways to describe developers and their focus.

Max Antonucci @maxwell_dev

Full-stack developers are b...

19 Mar

Any Questions?

It's the end of a presentation and those famous words are spoken once again, having heard this numerous times, very often the speaker/you are met with silence. You've just spent a week, perhaps longer preparing a presentation, a post or a new tool fo...

19 Mar

When Should You Use A Web Framework?

Starting a new web app project. Wary of bloated frameworks with a gabillion dependencies. I'm a relatively inexperienced developper and I often feel like I don't know what the heck is going on under the hood in a framework like Angular. Part of me wa...