18 Apr

Faking env() to Use it Now

There is already an env() function in CSS, but it kinda came out of nowhere as an Apple thing for dealing with "The Notch" but it has made it's way to be a draft spec. The point will be for UAs or authors to declare variables that cannot be changed. Global const for CSS, sorta.

That spec doesn't seem to suggest how we'll actually set those env() values just yet. If you want them now, the easiest way to … Read article

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18 Apr

Key phrase extraction with Azure Cognitive Services

We've selected our favorite tips and tricks created by Michael Crump and are delivering fresh technical content on Azure all April! Miss a day (or more)? Catch up with the series.

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18 Apr

There’s More Than One Way to Become a Developer

I've come across a lot of discussion lately about the best path to becoming a developer. Unfortunately, often this is focused on disparaging one path over another. For instance, I've seen comments that bootcamps are a waste of time and money and I've...

18 Apr

There’s More Than One Way to Become a Developer

I've come across a lot of discussion lately about the best path to becoming a developer. Unfortunately, often this is focused on disparaging one path over another. For instance, I've seen comments that bootcamps are a waste of time and money and I've...

18 Apr

How to get started with Multithreading in Java

This post was originally published in adityasridhar.com

What is a Thread

A Thread is a lightweight Process. Any Process can have multiple Threads running in it.

For example in a web browser, we can have one thread Which will load the Us...

18 Apr

How to get started with Multithreading in Java

This post was originally published in adityasridhar.com

What is a Thread

A Thread is a lightweight Process. Any Process can have multiple Threads running in it.

For example in a web browser, we can have one thread Which will load the Us...

18 Apr

Creating Reusable Base Classes in TypeScript with a Real-Life Example

Hey CSS-Tricksters! Bryan Hughes was kind enough to take a concept from an existing post he published on converting to TypeScript and take it a few couple steps further in this post to elaborate on creating reusable base classes. While this post doesn’t require reading the other one, it’s certainly worth checking it out because it covers the difficult task of rewriting a codebase and writing unit tests to help the process.

Johnny-Five is an IoT and robotics library for … Read article

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18 Apr

An Event Apart Boston is Coming. Save Now!

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An Event Apart Boston is almost here! We're talking, like, less than a month away. If you've been holding off from registering, this might be your last chance because time and seating are both limited. Besides, we're talking about three days of pure knowledge-dropping by an impressive lineup of speakers on a wide range of topics. Seriously, just look at the full schedule and prepare to be get stoked for a great time.

But, … Read article

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18 Apr

Getting started with Deno

In case you missed it, the new Javascript and Typescript runtime from Ryan Dahl, the creator of Node, has been released! It's got some really cool features and is ready for public use! Let's look at a few of the neat features and get started with a s...