Shopify Cheat Sheet — A resource for building Shopify Themes with Liquid
This cheat sheet is an interactive reference for the Liquid templating language that will help you build ecommerce templates on Shopify.
liquid  shopify  doodleskull  store  theme  coding  via:karrilahti 
7 days ago
Readme Driven Development by @mojombo
I hear a lot of talk these days about TDD and BDD and Extreme Programming and SCRUM and stand up meetings and all kinds of methodologies and techniques for developing better software, but it’s all irrelevant unless the software we’re building meets the needs of those that are using it. via Pocket
development  process  dev  readme  via:themagicteeth 
20 days ago
Know your ARIA: 'Hidden' vs 'None' by @scottohara.me
author says: A primer on appropriately using aria-hidden='true' and role='none/presentation'. They each do very different things to elements, but their purposes are sometimes confused by developers.
webdesign  web  design  accessibility  aria  css  hidden  html  via:piperh 
6 weeks ago
How we’ve made GOV.UK Elements even more accessible - Accessibility #a11y #gds
How the UK's Government Digital Services team made their components even more accessible. #a11y
a11y  gds  via:dotcode 
march 2018
The Cost Of JavaScript - by @AddyOsmani
As we build sites more heavily reliant on JavaScript, we sometimes pay for what we send down in ways that we can’t always easily see.
javascript  perf  performance  frontend  via:jjwon0 
november 2017
How I landed my post-bootcamp software developer job in just seven weeks
How I landed my post-bootcamp software developer job in just seven weeks
interview  via:cmaresh 
november 2017
How to disable the drop-shadow in Mac OS X window screenshots
Whenever you take a window screenshot on the Mac (command-shift-4, followed by the spacebar), it captures the window contents and the drop shadow beneath the window, and saves it into a transparent PNG file on your desktop
shadow  Terminal  mac  disable  macosx  lifehacker  dropshadow  OSX  screenshot  tips  via:colcustard 
may 2017
Let them paste passwords - via @ncsc
RT @ncsc: Allow your website to accept pasted passwords - it makes your site more secure, not less
security  password  javascript  via:connrs 
january 2017
On Better Meetings by @lara_hogan - Very useful guide
As an engineering director, my week is filled with meetings: one-on-ones with my direct reports, skip-level one-on-ones with theirs. Meetings to make decisions, meetings to share information, meetings to teambuild. I have meetings to provide mentorship, or feedback on a presentation, or to get coaching.
meetings  tips  business  via:caochauvu 
january 2017
Frameworks without the framework: why didn't we think of this sooner? • Svelte
You can't write serious applications in vanilla JavaScript without hitting a complexity wall. But a compiler can do it for you. Wait, this new framework has a runtime? Ugh. Thanks, I'll pass. – front end developers in 2018
javascript  frameworks  svelte  vanilla  via:pfhawkins 
december 2016
Work at different management levels (or what *do* managers do _all_ day?) by @lara_hogan
I remember working as a developer at a company and complaining that I had no idea what the bosses did all day. It felt like while we engineers were working hard and shipping stuff, managers just talked to a lot of people all the time, or sat in their offices behind closed doors, and I had no idea what their work looked like.1

career  via:n0vakovic 
october 2016
Offline content with service workers
Service workers can do a lot more than make web pages work offline but for most people, myself included, this will be their first experience with them. I recently implemented a simple offline page for my blog and was surprised with how easy it was. Full of confidence, I wanted to do more. I decided to start saving blog posts for offline reading and things escalated quickly. I soon learnt the rabbit hole is deep.
offline  pwa  code  serviceworkers  javascript  via:Gwendoux 
september 2016
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