Web & Design

  • Digging Into The Display Property: Grids All The Way Down
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    Digging Into The Display Property: Grids All The Way Down Digging Into The Display Property: Grids All The Way Down Rachel Andrew 2019-05-24T13:00:59+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 Today, we are going to take a look at what happens when we use display: grid and how we might use the new subgrid value of grid-template-columns and grid-template-rows to allow for grids all the way down through our markup, which relate to each other. This article is part of a series that look at various… Read more »
  • Creating Your Own React Validation Library: The Features (Part 2)
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    Creating Your Own React Validation Library: The Features (Part 2) Creating Your Own React Validation Library: The Features (Part 2) Kristofer Selbekk 2019-05-23T13:00:16+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 Implementing a validation library isn’t all that hard. Neither is adding all of those extra features that make your validation library much better than the rest. This article will continue implementing the validation library we started implementing in the previous part of this article series. These are the features that are going to take us from… Read more »
  • What’s Happening With GDPR And ePR? Where Does CookiePro Fit In?
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    What’s Happening With GDPR And ePR? Where Does CookiePro Fit In? What’s Happening With GDPR And ePR? Where Does CookiePro Fit In? Suzanne Scacca 2019-05-23T10:00:59+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 (This is a sponsored article.) Is privacy an issue on the web? According to this ConsumerMan piece from NBC News a few years back, it is: The Internet has become a serious threat to our privacy.— Jeff Chester of the Center for Digital Democracy Your online profile is being sold on the web. It's… Read more »
  • Switching From WordPress To Hugo
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    Switching From WordPress To Hugo Switching From WordPress To Hugo Christopher Kirk-Nielsen 2019-05-22T14:30:00+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 When WordPress 5 was released, I was excited about making use of the Gutenberg editor to create custom blocks, as posts on my personal blog had a couple of features I could turn into a block, making it easier to set up my content. It was definitely a cool thing to have, yet it still felt quite bloated. Around the same time, I started reading more… Read more »
  • Vue.js And SEO: How To Optimize Reactive Websites For Search Engines And Bots
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    Vue.js And SEO: How To Optimize Reactive Websites For Search Engines And Bots Vue.js And SEO: How To Optimize Reactive Websites For Search Engines And Bots Paolo Mioni 2019-05-21T13:30:59+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 Reactive JavaScript Frameworks (such as React, Vue.js, and Angular) are all the rage lately, and it’s no wonder that they are being used in more and more websites and applications due to their flexibility, modularity, and ease of automated testing. These frameworks allow one to achieve new, previously-unthinkable things on… Read more »
  • Designing For Users Across Cultures: An Interview With Jenny Shen
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    Designing For Users Across Cultures: An Interview With Jenny Shen Designing For Users Across Cultures: An Interview With Jenny Shen Rachel Andrew 2019-05-20T13:30:59+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 In this video, we are pleased to feature Jenny Shen who is a UX Consultant and has worked with numerous startups and brands including Neiman Marcus, Crate&Barrel, eBuddy, IBM, TravelBird and Randstad. Her current focus is helping businesses innovate and designing inclusive product experiences for global users. She is interviewed by Jason Pamental, who has already… Read more »
  • Monthly Web Development Update 5/2019: Over-Complication And Performative Workaholism
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    Monthly Web Development Update 5/2019: Over-Complication And Performative Workaholism Monthly Web Development Update 5/2019: Over-Complication And Performative Workaholism Anselm Hannemann 2019-05-17T14:24:00+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 This week, I was at the amazing beyondtellerrand conference once again, and every single time I come home from such an event, I try to understand our industry and our society better. There’s so much input and inspiration around, I meet a lot of friends and people I see only once a year, I listen to great talks.… Read more »
  • Creating Your Own React Validation Library: The Basics (Part 1)
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    Creating Your Own React Validation Library: The Basics (Part 1) Creating Your Own React Validation Library: The Basics (Part 1) Kristofer Selbekk 2019-05-16T13:00:59+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 I’ve always thought form validation libraries were pretty cool. I know, it’s a niche interest to have — but we use them so much! At least in my job — most of what I do is constructing more or less complex forms with validation rules that depend on earlier choices and paths. Understanding how a form… Read more »
  • SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 2)
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    SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 2) SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 2) Richard Leddy 2019-05-15T13:30:16+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 So, we already have ways of dynamically loading a menu of SVG icons made to react by loading panels if we so desire, but the icons were not actual components. We were able to use a simple trick of bringing in the SVG for each icon and passing it into the Vue application. It was simple… Read more »
  • How Frontend Developers Can Help To Bridge The Gap Between Designers And Developers
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    How Frontend Developers Can Help To Bridge The Gap Between Designers And Developers How Frontend Developers Can Help To Bridge The Gap Between Designers And Developers Stefan Kaltenegger 2019-05-14T12:30:59+02:00 2019-05-26T20:06:03+00:00 Within the last nine years, almost every designer I used to work with expressed their frustration to me about them frequently having to spend days giving feedback to developers to correct spacings, font sizes, visual as well as layout aspects that had simply not been implemented correctly. This often lead… Read more »
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