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- Weekly News for Designers (N.361) – Web Design Time-Savers, Emoji Guide for GitHub, Print Style Sheets
This week’s Designer News (N.361) includes Web Design Time-Savers, Emoji Guide for GitHub, Print Style Sheets, Bootstrap Grids, Free Web Templates, Em…
Splittable: Bundler with Code Splitting, ES6 & CommonJS Module Support, Clarity: A HTML/CSS/UX Design System and Angular 2 Components, Migrating to Je…
- When I was a Junior Frontend Developer I needed a mentor or coach!
There was a time when I was a Junior Frontend Developer and needed a mentor/coach. This is not what I thought when I started my career as Frontend Dev…
- Mr Frontend weekly link sharing #38
- Not An Imposter: Fighting Front-End Fatigue – Smashing Magazine
Front-end fatigue is very real. In this article, David Berner shares some general advice on how to avoid getting fatigue in the first place….
- Timeline Photos
Yes! We are with 200 members right now 🙂 #mrfronted #community #200members…
- Dynamic page titles in Angular 2 with router events
Updating page titles in Angular 1.x was a little problematic and typically was done via a global $rootScope property that listened for route change ev…
- CSS Architecture for Design Systems | Brad Frost
Hey there! I’m writing a book called Atomic Design, which is all about crafting effective interface design systems. You can read the latest draft here…
With hundreds of free JS libraries out there it’s tough to know where to put your energy. Some end up discarded or forked into new projects, while oth…
- Spotify Playlists To Fuel Your Coding And Design Sessions – Smashing Magazine
Some like it loud, others need some steady beats to stay focused, others calm tunes. A while ago we asked on Twitter and Facebook what music the web c…
- Milligram | A minimalist CSS framework.
Milligram provides a minimal setup of styles for a fast and clean starting point. Specially designed for better performance and higher productivity wi…
- Versioning Show, Episode 17: What Makes a Good Engineer
In this one-on-one episode of the Versioning Show, Tim and David talk about humility, curiosity, discipline and the other qualities of a good develope…
- Commits.io – Your code has never looked this good
Create a beautiful poster from your code and an image. Printed on museum quality paper and with archival ink that lasts generations….
- Web fonts, boy, I don’t know – Monica Dinculescu
A wild blog appears….
- Build amazing apps with the Learn to Code 2017 Bundle
Coding is a must-have skill. Don’t spend another year falling behind – get the Learn to Code 2017 Bundle today!…
The lone coder has a lot of advantages. Working in a personal cave away from all distractions, a solitary coder can do amazing things……
- ES6 WeakMaps, Sets, and WeakSets in Depth
Welcome once again to ES6 – “I can’t take this anymore” – in Depth. New here? Start with A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make ……
Christian Heilmann and Rita Zhang look at the benefits of releasing your code as an open source project, as well as the pitfalls to avoid….
- Building a Vue v2 JS app using Vue-router
- Using Hot RxJS Observables In Your Service Layer In Angular 2.1.1
Ben Nadel continues to noodle on the use of RxJS in an Angular 2 service layer, this time creating a “hot” RxJS stream with the .publishLast() operato…
A few days ago, I met up with a friend & peer over coffee….
- Pay the Price for Open Source
Cal Evans, the godfather of the PHP community, discusses the cost of using open source projects, and what you need to do to pay it….
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