On Nathan Taylor’s portfolio everything is interactive! A true digital pleasure. Our pick this week.
A great tutorial by Josh Comeau about a very creative way to animate magical gradients!
Easily find useful single-purpose online tools on this site made by Stefan Judis.
Learn how to develop websites with the most popular WordPress theme in the world and secure your success as a freelancer.
Charlie Gerard walks us through a practical Web Animations API example.
A really great looking monospace font made for developers by JetBrains.
In this article, you will learn how to use React’s Context API which allows you to manage global application states in your React apps without resorting to props drilling.
Steven Hoober takes a look at what it means to be in dark mode, why it exists, and what the research on dark mode says.
Jake and Surma discuss the array function reduce() and answer the question if it’s good to use it.
Matthew Ström writes about how the fundamental ideas of A/B tests contain a contradiction that calls their value into question.
Peter-Paul Koch proposes that web developers start saying “CSS4 is here!”, for the marketing effect.
A fantastic demo by Niklas Knaack where unique art is generated by an algorithm.
An exciting proposal to extend CSS Grid to support a masonry-type layout. By Mats Palmgren.
Mandy Michael writes about how to add separators to a grid using a combination of :not and :nth-child with a pseudo-element.
Adam Argyle created this responsive form with four potential layouts that is powered by Flexbox.
A tutorial on an experimental 3D layout technique for HTML elements with endless possibilities.