• Creating Your Own React Validation Library: The Basics (Part 1)

    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+02:002019-05-17T01:34:46+00:00I’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 […]

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  • SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 2)

    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+02:002019-05-16T01:35:26+00:00So, 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 […]

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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 DevelopersHow Frontend Developers Can Help To Bridge The Gap Between Designers And Developers Stefan Kaltenegger 2019-05-14T12:30:59+02:002019-05-15T01:35:13+00:00Within 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 […]

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  • Setting Up A Digital Policy: An Interview With Kristina Podnar

    Setting Up A Digital Policy: An Interview With Kristina PodnarSetting Up A Digital Policy: An Interview With Kristina Podnar Vitaly Friedman 2019-05-13T13:00:59+02:002019-05-14T01:35:06+00:00The web is wonderfully diverse and unpredictable because of wonderfully diverse people shaping it. In this new series of short interviews, we talk to interesting people doing interesting work in our industry, and sharing […]

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  • Mid-Century Modern Illustration: Creating A Cover Book With Illustrator And InDesign

    Mid-Century Modern Illustration: Creating A Cover Book With Illustrator And InDesignMid-Century Modern Illustration: Creating A Cover Book With Illustrator And InDesign Manuela Langella 2019-05-10T19:00:59+02:002019-05-11T01:35:04+00:00In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a beautiful cover design inspired by the 1950s. Specifically, the cover will be for a children’s book, so we’re going to […]

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  • Finding Inspiration In Digital Influencers

    Finding Inspiration In Digital InfluencersFinding Inspiration In Digital Influencers Suzanne Scacca 2019-05-09T13:30:59+02:002019-05-10T01:35:02+00:00You want your client’s website to become the go-to destination for their target audience. So, you design them to look great, work perfectly and rank well in search. Is that enough? It could be, though I have a sneaking suspicion that the growing millennial […]

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  • SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 1)

    SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 1)SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 1) Richard Leddy 2019-05-08T13:00:16+02:002019-05-09T01:34:51+00:00The IoT market is still in its early stages, but gathering steam. We are at a cusp in the history of IoT. Markets are quadrupling in the course of five years, 2015 to 2020. […]

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  • Why Mason And Front-End As A Service Will Be A Game Changer For Product Development

    Why Mason And Front-End As A Service Will Be A Game Changer For Product DevelopmentWhy Mason And Front-End As A Service Will Be A Game Changer For Product Development Suzanne Scacca 2019-05-07T12:30:59+02:002019-05-08T01:33:29+00:00(This is a sponsored article.) Take a look around at the apps and software you interact with on a regular basis. Each has its […]

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  • Hybrid Lazy Loading: A Progressive Migration To Native Lazy Loading

    Hybrid Lazy Loading: A Progressive Migration To Native Lazy LoadingHybrid Lazy Loading: A Progressive Migration To Native Lazy Loading Andrea Verlicchi 2019-05-06T13:30:59+02:002019-05-07T01:34:03+00:00In the past few weeks, you might have heard or read about native lazy loading, which is coming to Chromium 75 in the upcoming months. “Yeah, great news, but we’ll have to wait until […]

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  • A Practical Guide To SVG And Design Tools

    A Practical Guide To SVG And Design ToolsA Practical Guide To SVG And Design Tools Mikołaj Dobrucki 2019-05-03T14:00:59+02:002019-05-04T01:34:59+00:00A good understanding of SVG is a rare skill. Surprisingly often, SVG is treated as just another image format. We use SVG because of its scalability and smaller file size, but in reality, SVG is so much more! […]

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  • Designing For The Future With Voice Prototypes

    Designing For The Future With Voice PrototypesDesigning For The Future With Voice Prototypes Nick Babich 2019-05-02T12:30:16+02:002019-05-03T01:35:18+00:00(This article is kindly sponsored by Adobe.) Voice-enabled interfaces are challenging the long dominance of graphical user interfaces and are quickly becoming a common part of our daily lives. According to a survey run by Adobe, 76 percent of smart […]

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  • Digging Into The Display Property: Box Generation

    Digging Into The Display Property: Box GenerationDigging Into The Display Property: Box Generation Rachel Andrew 2019-05-01T13:00:59+02:002019-05-02T01:34:23+00:00This is the second in a short series of articles about the display property in CSS. You can read the initial article in the series at “The Two Values Of Display”. The display specification is a very useful spec to […]

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