After a year of work on the project, I ran out of ideas and so I put it on pause. But at about the same time, I started working more closely with webpack, contributing to its core. So, in 2018, I wanted to revive Webpack Runtime Analyzer, using my newly accumulated experience.
While going through this month’s collection, you’ll notice some pretty interesting and refreshing color combinations. I’ve made sure to include a good bunch we can all admire and learn from — I hope you’ll agree! Get ready to enter the summer with a big spark of inspiration.
In recent years, frameworks have taken over web development, and React is leading the charge. These days it is fairly uncommon to encounter a new website or web app that doesn’t rely on some framework, or a platform such as a CMS.
That said, this data can assist in making informed decisions about which framework to choose when implementing front-end projects. When possible, I would prefer frameworks that have a higher good performance ratio.
This process is recommended even if we aren’t designing something big or in the capacity of a designer. Everyone needs to be a “designer” from time to time; from creating a quick personal homepage, a landing page for a new open-source project, or creating nice-looking slides for their next presentation.
To keep this article from turning into a book, we won’t look at each in depth. Instead, this is a taster menu: you can see what’s available, and there are links that I’ve vetted for when you want to learn more.
We are very thankful to everyone who took the time to create an artwork and shared it with us this month — you are truly smashing! And since so many talented people have helped fill our archives with designs that are just too good
It doesn’t really matter if you’re a front-end dev, UX designer or content strategist, we’re certain you’ll find at least something to inspire you for the upcoming year. Use this month of December as a time to slow down, and your time to reflect and plan ahead — you won’t regret it.
I feel that the same kind of thing happened a bit later with Photoshop and user interface design. It was the only robust graphics tool that people knew or had access to some years ago, so they started using it for UI design, as well as for illustration
There has been some discussion recently about whether there should be a CSS4, as in a defined “next version” of CSS. In this article, I take a look at the discussions around this, the pros and cons of creating a feature release for CSS, and the potential problems
Do props and PropTypes confuse you? You’re not alone. I’m going to guide you through everything about props and PropTypes. They can make your life significantly easier when developing React apps. This tutorial will introduce you to the details about props
We invest time, money and effort into understanding our audience, and the movement toward a more socially networked Web has made us realize the power that visitors have over how our designs are engineered; and we try to meet their ever-growing needs
Refactoring large parts of CSS code is not an easy task by any measure. At times, it may seem that it’s just a case of “deleting the poor quality code, writing better CSS, and deploying the shiny improved code”. However, there are many other factors to consider, like the difficulty of refactoring a live codebase
Content scraping is a fact of life on the Internet. When you think of web scraping, you probably do not think about the scrapers turning around and immediately serving your entire, whole page content on another website. But what if your site content is being re-published? It might be already happening.
A screen reader is a software application that interprets things on the screen (text, images, links, and so on) and converts these to a format that visually impaired people are able to consume and interact with. Two-thirds of screen reader users choose speech as their screen reader output