An outstanding design with some very engaging and elegant interactions. Our pick this week.
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The Web Almanac is an annual state of the web report combining the expertise of the web community with the data and trends of the HTTP Archive.
Adam Argyle and Una Kravets cover 20 new and upcoming CSS features in this talk at the Chrome Dev Summit 2019. Check out the demos here.
A great overview by Max Pekarsky on the pros and cons of different techniques to draw on the web.
Bruno Simon explains how he built his innovative gameplay-based portfolio.
Ankita Masand’s excellent article on design patterns and their crucial role in building applications.
View the results from the 2019 Front-End Tooling Survey where more than 3,000 developers answered 27 questions covering a wide range of front-end tools and methodologies.
Amelia Wattenberger coded up a gauge example from Fullstack D3’s Dashboard Design chapter as a React component.
Learn about CodeSandbox CI, a free continuous integration service for open source library maintainers.
Surma’s excellent presentation on off-main-thread architecture at this year’s Chrome Dev Summit.
Learn about the
String#replaceAll method that provides a straightforward mechanism to perform global substring replacements.
Sketch 60 introduces some important new features that not only make it easier to work together, but also speed up the process of creating, sharing, using and maintaining design systems.
A devilish collection of bad practices in HTML, copied from real websites.
An eclectic visual composition of our inner worlds: a project on absence epilepsy seizures by Moniker in collaboration with Maartje Nevejan.
Guilherme Avila made his amazing Three.js GPGPU cloth simulation code public.
A place where you can find all the latest performance metrics and best practices from Google.
Nana Jeon’s case study on hover, focus and active states on the example of a card component.
A wonderful collection of nostalgic video game console logos by Reagan Ray.
A creative coding exploration into how to recreate a high-speed lights effect in real-time using Three.js.