Web standards, as an overall idea, has entirely taken hold and won the day. That's worth celebrating, as the web would be kind of a joke without them. So now, our job is to uphold them. We need to cry foul when we see a
I think Adam's first prediction is his boldest, even beyond his Hail Mary prediction. CSS grid is awesome and
gap is perhaps one of its best qualities, but
gap superseding spacing things out in other ways (e.g. margin) is a bold prediction indeed, especially with Firefox being the only browser supporting it in flexbox.
Becoming a developer can start at any point in oneâ€™s life. As the importance of coding has grown, so has the demand for programmers. Thousands of students of all ages are currently training to work in this bolstering industry. We are going to look at h...
This is a slightly edited version of a short blurb I sent out to my email subscribers in November.
This is my first time writing to you, so thanks for all of your patience, and sorry if you were enjoying the silence.
I'm sitting in...
Interesting idea for a "chat room" from Postlight:
Create a Yap chat room. Invite others to join and talk. Share a URL of just about anything. Everyone gathering can comment on what you’ve shared. If you think your conversation deserves an audience, share the URL of your chat publicly. Only six people can join. Lots of people can observe if you invite them. But just six chatters.
Most of the time you don’t really care about whether a user is actively engaged or temporarily inactive on your application. Inactive, meaning, perhaps they got up to get a drink of water, or more likely, changed tabs to do something else for a bit. There are situations, though, when tracking the user activity and detecting inactive-ness might be handy.
Let’s think about few examples when you just might need that functionality:tracking article reading time auto saving form or
A standard copy-and-paste YouTube embed lands on your page as an
<iframe> which loads a big ol' pile of other stuff to play that video. But the UX of it is still essentially an image and a play button. Click the play button and the video plays. You can build essentially the same thing with an anchor link wrapping an image!
After a long time flirting with I decided to start (and finish!) a simple, but useful, crate. So I spent quite time understanding and looking for the m...
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Not invented here syndrome (NIHS) is a slightly tongue-in-cheek name for the tendency of both individual developers and entire organizations to reject suitable external solutions to software development problems in favor of internally developed soluti...