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What I Like About Vue
Vue checks most, if not all, the boxes for me. It suits a lot of my sensibilities and preferences and I feel like I can embrace “convention over configuration” without inheriting a lot of technical debt. It feels like a pair of shoes I could see myself buying or a t-shirt that fits my body type. It’s an intangible feeling and hard to explain.
fridayfrontend  javascript  vue  react  frameworks 
12 weeks ago by spaceninja
A framework author's case against frameworks, by Adrian Holovaty
Adrian cowrote Django, a prominent server-side framework, yet he has come to believe that front-end frameworks are unnecessary for his own projects. Here's his impassioned argument for avoiding JavaScript frameworks on the front end.
frameworks  javascript  fridayfrontend  video  django  react  vue  vanilla 
12 weeks ago by spaceninja
Core vanilla JS concepts to learn if you eventually want to learn a framework like React, Vue, or Angular
The other day, a reader asked me, "What core vanilla JS concepts should you learn if you eventually want to learn React?" As someone who doesn’t personally enjoy or use frameworks, I decided to ask my students who had made that transition what they found most helpful. Here’s what they told me.
fridayfrontend  cssbasics  javascript  react  vue  frameworks  vanilla 
july 2019 by spaceninja
How I failed the <a>
So I now have a simple rule of thumb: if there's an onClick, there's got to be an anchor around the component.
accessibility  javascript  react  vue  frameworks 
april 2019 by spaceninja
Rethinking Reactivity by Rich Harris
Modern JavaScript frameworks are all about reactivity. Change your application's state, and the view updates automatically. But there's a catch — tracking state changes at runtime adds overhead that eats into your bundle size and performance budgets. In this talk, we'll discover an alternative approach: moving reactivity into the language itself. Your apps have never been smaller or faster than they're about to become.
fridayfrontend  video  javascript  frameworks  react  vue  svelte  spreadsheets  compilers 
april 2019 by spaceninja
Split
But now the price is paid in the diversity of your team. In order to participate, a Computer Science programming mindset is now pretty much a requirement. For someone coming from a more declarative background—with really good HTML and CSS skills—everything suddenly seems needlessly complex. And as Tantek observed:

Complexity reinforces privilege.

The result is a form of gatekeeping. I don’t think it’s intentional. I don’t think it’s malicious. It’s being done with the best of intentions, in pursuit of efficiency and productivity. But these code decisions are reflected in hiring practices that exclude people with different but equally valuable skills and perspectives.
frontend  javascript  css  css-in-js  react  frameworks  culture  sexism  racism  gatekeeping 
april 2019 by spaceninja
Web Components will replace your frontend framework
Create your own custom HTML tags that inherit all properties of the HTML elements they extend and which you can use in any supporting browser by simply importing a script. All HTML, CSS and JavaScript defined inside the component is fully scoped to the component itself.  The component will show up as a single HTML tag in your browser's dev tools with its styling and behaviour fully encapsulated, no workarounds, frameworks or transpiling needed.
fridayfrontend  html  css  webcomponents  frameworks 
april 2019 by spaceninja
It’s 2019 and I Still Make Websites with my Bare Hands
Except for the minimum requirements (a text editor and a local web server), my “process” doesn’t need any special tooling: no compiling, no installation steps, no package management. It’s just me, my text editor, my web server, and understanding the basics of how websites work.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  process  javascript  frameworks 
january 2019 by spaceninja
Top JavaScript Frameworks and Topics to Learn in 2019
We’re not going to look at which ones are the fastest, or which ones have the best code quality. We’ll assume they’re all speed demons and they’re all good enough to get the job done. The focus is on one thing: What’s actually being used at scale?
fridayfrontend  javascript  react  angular  vue  frameworks 
january 2019 by spaceninja
Front-end development is not a problem to be solved
The sentiment is that front-end development is a problem to be solved: “if we just have the _right_ tools and frameworks, then we might _never_ have to write another line of HTML or CSS ever again!” And oh boy what a dream that would be, right? …_We should see front-end development as a unique skillset that is critical to the success of any project._
fridayfrontend  css  html  frameworks  bootstrap  vanilla  css-in-js  cssmodules 
december 2018 by spaceninja
CSS Frameworks Or CSS Grid: What Should I Use For My Project?
Have you ever considered whether CSS Grid can actually replace the need for CSS frameworks or third-party component libraries? In doing so, Rachel Andrew discovered a range of reasons people use a third-party framework and the positive and negative things about doing so.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  frameworks  grids  cssgrid  layout  bootstrap  foundation 
november 2018 by spaceninja
CodeSandbox: Online Code Editor Tailored for Web Application Development
CodeSandbox is an online code editor with a focus on creating and sharing web application projects
editors  code  javascript  frameworks  react  github  git  npm 
october 2018 by spaceninja
Creating the “Perfect” CSS System
A high level guide for designers and developers who write CSS, but want to be more strategic about building moderate to large scale CSS systems
fridayfrontend  design  styleguide  patternlibrary  designsystem  css  frameworks 
august 2018 by spaceninja
Exploring SMACSS: Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS
Now, the architectural approach of SMACSS is a bit different from a CSS framework like Bootstrap or Foundation. Instead, it’s a set of rules, more like a template or guide. So let’s dive into some CSS design patterns to find out how we can use them to make our code better, cleaner, easier to read, and more modular.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  smacss  frameworks  modular 
august 2018 by spaceninja
9 Biggest Mistakes with CSS Grid, by Jen Simmons
It's easy to make lots of mistakes with a new technology, especially something that's as big of a change from the past as CSS Grid. Jen lists the 9 Biggest Mistakes she sees people making when using CSS Grid, with advice and tips for avoiding these pitfalls and old habits.
fridayfrontend  video  css  cssgrid  grids  layout  mistakes  flexbox  frameworks 
july 2018 by spaceninja
Combining the Powers of SEM and BIO for Improving CSS
Generally, SEM is concerned with high level CSS philosophy whereas BIO is an actual technique to help you write better CSS to achieve SEM. The main purpose of both SEM and BIO is to better handle the CSS specificity which is one of the most important concepts you should understand for CSS.
fridayfrontend  css  sem  bio  scalable  extensible  maintainability  bem  itcss  oocss  frameworks  specificity 
june 2018 by spaceninja
Should You Chain or Extend CSS Classes?
CSS modularity relies on composition, which inevitably fattens the HTML. This collateral effect can be a significant rebuttal for many people because of the “bloat” it creates. In this article, we’ll compare two techniques: chaining and extending. We’ll see what they provide and what their shortcomings are so that you can make more thoughtful choices.
fridayfrontend  css  modular  chaining  extends  oocss  bem  smacss  frameworks  maintainability 
may 2018 by spaceninja
The Front-End Tooling Survey 2018 - Results
It's very easy to take for granted what tools are being used based on your own knowledge and habits. These results help to give an insight into the current trends in front-end tooling, as well as showing how usage is changing over time by looking at the figures from previous surveys.
fridayfrontend  surveys  tools  css  sass  less  postcss  bootstrap  frameworks  lint  autoprefixer  modernizr  stylelint  smacss  oocss  bem  itcss  suit  atomic  css-in-js 
may 2018 by spaceninja
Reusable, Maintainable, and Modular CSS
In this article, I’m going to shortly go over some methodologies that are commonly used to organize CSS at scale. I’ll then explain the concepts behind those architectures, and how this could help you make your own system for organizing CSS!
css  cssbasics  modular  bem  smacss  frameworks  oocss  fridayfrontend 
april 2018 by spaceninja
New to email coding? Here’s where to start.
One year ago I entered the wild world of email. I was confident in my HTML/CSS skills and ready to rock it. But then… tables(!) and inline CSS(!!) and Microsoft Word as a rendering engine(!!!)… I quickly realized the intricacies of email coding were way beyond my expectations, and consequently the past year has involved a steep learning curve.
cssbasics  email  html  accessibility  testing  css  frameworks  fridayfrontend 
april 2018 by spaceninja
CSS Naming Conventions that Will Save You Hours of Debugging
It is darn difficult to maintain CSS. Poorly written CSS will quickly turn into a nightmare. Here are a few naming conventions that will save you a bit of stress and countless hours down the line.
cssbasics  css  bem  smacss  oocss  modular  frameworks  standards  styleguide  patternlibrary  fridayfrontend 
april 2018 by spaceninja
Color in UI Design: A (Practical) Framework
This framework will: Allow you to modify one theme color for basically any purpose in your UI; Help you to predict what color changes will look good; Make color seem less subjective;
ui  design  color  frameworks 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Introducing BEM: The popular CSS naming convention
Going over the fundamentals of the methodology that organisations large and small are using to structure their CSS codebases.
bem  frameworks  css  modular 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Inclusive Markup by Estelle Weyl
By developing with web standards, you can create accessible, performant web sites. Semantic markup helps ensure accessibility while reducing the need for frameworks. Write semantic HTML and leverage CSS Selectors and the cascade, to reduce your CSS and JS by up to 95% and obliterate your queue of accessibility bugs.
fridayfrontend  video  inclusive  accessibility  frameworks  semantics 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Modern CSS Explained For Dinosaurs
The goal of this article is to provide a historical context of how CSS approaches and tooling have evolved to what they are today in 2018. By understanding this history, it will be easier to understand each approach and how to use them to your benefit. Let’s get started!
fridayfrontend  css  history  dinosaurs  layout  boxmodel  floats  flexbox  cssgrid  grids  sass  preprocessors  less  postcss  frameworks  oocss  smacss  bem  atomic  css-in-js 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Object Oriented CSS
How do you scale CSS for millions of visitors or thousands of pages? The slides from Nicole's presentation at Web Directions North in Denver will show you how to use Object Oriented CSS to write fast, maintainable, standards-based front end code. Adds much needed predictability to CSS so that even beginners can participate in writing beautiful, standards-compliant, fast websites.
css  oocss  modular  frameworks  slides 
february 2018 by spaceninja
An Introduction To Object Oriented CSS (OOCSS)
In this post, I’ll deal with this often overlooked area by introducing you to the concept of object oriented CSS and how it can help improve both the performance and maintainability of your Web pages.
oocss  css  modular  frameworks 
february 2018 by spaceninja
OOCSS FAQ
Questions about the OOCSS approach
oocss  frameworks  css  faq 
february 2018 by spaceninja
BEM
BEM was invented at Yandex to develop sites which should be launched fast and supported for a long time. It helps to create extendable and reusable interface components.
bem  styleguide  frameworks  css  javascript  modular 
february 2018 by spaceninja
CSS for People Who Hate CSS
CSS can quickly become an unmanageable nightmare of important rules and overly-specific selectors, don't let it.
css  specificity  frameworks  modular 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Manage large CSS projects with ITCSS
Harry Roberts introduces Inverted Triangle CSS, and explains how to use it to create, manage and scale your large-scale CSS projects.
css  frameworks  itcss  components  modular 
february 2018 by spaceninja
Don't Use My Grid System (or any others) by Miriam Suzanne
I built Susy, a Sass grid system that can generate any grid technique you like — but I haven’t used it in years. I’ll show you how various grid systems work, and how to avoid using them. For those few cases where a grid really is required, we’ll talk about the best ways to roll your own, so you’re not relying on a bloated library to make decisions for you. We’ll also look at the new layout toys, from flexbox to CSS Grid, and how to get started with only a few lines of code.
fridayfrontend  video  cssgrid  grids  layout  susy  sass  frameworks 
january 2018 by spaceninja
The most popular Frontend links from 2017
We’ve dug through the data and pulled together some highlights from the past tweleve months, including popular frameworks, the rise of CSS Grid and some helpful cheatsheets. Here, we share what frontend developers have been reading in 2017.
fridayfrontend  css  javascript  cssgrid  frameworks  cheatsheet 
january 2018 by spaceninja
BEM 101
To wrap things up I think it's fair to say that even though BEM won't solve all our problems it is extraordinarily useful for constructing scalable and maintainable interfaces where everyone on the team should have a clear idea of how things can be improved. This is because a great deal of front end development is not just about the nice tricks that solve one little problem in the short term; we need agreements, promises and binding social contracts between developers so that our codebase can adapt over time.
css  bem  frameworks  sass  modular 
december 2017 by spaceninja
Does__BEM — work?
Users don’t care how many classes there are, neither do clients, neither does Google. We’ve not had a single issue around classes negatively affecting users, clients, or SEO.
fridayfrontend  css  bem  frameworks 
august 2017 by spaceninja
You do not need a CSS Grid based Grid System
In the last couple of weeks I have started to see CSS Grid layout based frameworks and grid systems appearing. I’m actually surprised as to how long it has taken, but I am yet to see one that adds any value at all over just using CSS Grid Layout. Worse, the ones I have seen so far go backwards. They limit themselves by replicating the past rather than looking to the future. A common theme being that they require row wrappers in markup.
fridayfrontend  css  grids  layout  frameworks  cssgrid 
august 2017 by spaceninja
Solving CSS At Scale With Your Own UI Framework by CJ Cenizal
CSS can get pretty gnarly in massive codebases. In this talk I'll discuss some common pathologies and explain the problems they can cause. I'll end the talk by discussing how you can build your own UI framework to make it easy to work with CSS at scale.
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fridayfrontend  video  css  scale  frameworks 
april 2017 by spaceninja
Writing modular CSS (Part 1) | Zell Liew
I looked for four things when I cobbled together different methodologies to create my convention. They are: 1. I must instantly know whether it’s safe to edit a class without interrupting other any other CSS. 2. I must instantly know where a class fits in the grand scheme of things to prevent brain overload. 3. Classes must bloat HTML as little as possible since I switch off when I see a long list of class names. 4. I must instantly know if a component uses JavaScript so I don’t accidentally break any the component if I changed its classes.
fridayfrontend  css  bem  frameworks  modular  namespacing 
march 2017 by spaceninja
CSS Architecture for Design Systems
"We just created a design system for a huge organization and established a CSS architecture we’re quite pleased with. It’s one of the first times I’ve ever gotten to a project’s finish line without wishing I’d done at least a few things differently. So I thought it would be great to share how we went about creating our system’s CSS architecture."
fridayfrontend  architecture  design  system  css  bem  frameworks 
november 2016 by spaceninja
Liz Abinante - In Defense of Static Sites - CascadiaFest 2016 - YouTube
The most basic sites don't need servers, and they don't need fancy front end routing. And yet... how did we get here, and why are we so afraid to go back to the basics? Who are we actually building these sites for and who are we harming by front loading so many build tools, complex frameworks, and overblown architecture? Hint: it's not just us, it's out users, too.

Static sites serve a purpose, and they're really important pieces of the web's history and its future. Static doesn't mean forever unchanged and it doesn't mean you're stuck with a dead site that you can never update. Quite frankly, static sites have gotten a bad reputation and it's not their fault: we've all been so distracted by shiny new things to remember their virtues.

I'll revisit what it means to build a static site, what the use cases are, how you know its the right technical choice, what tools to use, and when to scale up to something more complex.
fridayfrontend  video  static  tools  frameworks  architecture 
september 2016 by spaceninja
How I Shrank my CSS by 84kb by Refactoring with ITCSS — Medium
Before the refactor, my CSS weighed 111kb. After the refactor, it weighed 27kb.
fridayfrontend  css  itcss  frameworks  modular  refactoring  performance 
august 2016 by spaceninja
How Our CSS Framework Helps Enforce Accessibility | eBay Tech Blog
So, the next time you find yourself creating a class name like ‘active’, ‘hidden’, ‘on’, or ‘off’ – stop and think instead how you might be able to leverage HTML properties or ARIA states in your selectors. Likewise, if you find yourself creating a class name like ‘btn’, ‘tab’, or ‘dialog’ – also stop and think about how you might be able to leverage an existing HTML tag or ARIA role.
fridayfrontend  css  frameworks  accessibility  aria  states 
august 2016 by spaceninja
The Cost of Frameworks - daverupert.com
“Make users happy” is something I believe in. But in client services if I deliver a site that is super fast but impossible to maintain, I have failed at my job. “Developer Ergonomics” is a laughable concept to me, but I think we all walk the line of meeting User Needs and Organizational Needs and we do ourselves a disservice by ignoring that reality.
fridayfrontend  javascript  frameworks  performance  maintainability 
august 2016 by spaceninja
In CSS, the Only Wrong Answers are Definitive Ones :: Envy
To round it off: the very nature of CSS leaves many problems without an exact solution, and the right one for you won’t always work for others. If you write, speak, or otherwise communicate about stylesheets, don’t be afraid to offer an open-ended answer. Opinions are just that, and there’s a good chance the practices of today won’t stand up in a few years / months / hours.
fridayfrontend  css  culture  frameworks 
august 2016 by spaceninja
The myth of the “Real JavaScript Developer” – Brenna O'Brien / Front-Trends 2016 - YouTube
In this talk, we'll debunk the myth of the “real JavaScript developer” - a magical creature who knows it all, writing perfect code in the hottest new framework without ever needed to stop and take a break. We'll look at simple strategies to help beginners on their journey learning JavaScript and also come up with a more realistic definition of what it means to be a successful JavaScript developer today.
fridayfrontend  video  javascript  development  culture  frameworks  learning 
august 2016 by spaceninja
Clarifying our “Style Guide” Nomenclature
Unsure about the difference between a pattern library, style guide & design system?
styleguide  patterns  designsystem  patternlibrary  frameworks  fridayfrontend 
june 2016 by spaceninja
Stop solving problems you don't yet have
However, despite us entering a seemingly golden age of browser consistency, what I am seeing is an increasing reliance on a whole slew of polyfills, CSS frameworks and boilerplate starting points. I am concerned that these things are being promoted as something everyone should include from the outset, rather than being a toolkit you draw on to deal with problems once they have arisen.
culture  programming  polyfills  frameworks  css  html 
august 2014 by spaceninja
Use a Css framework but keep an uncommited and semantic markup
Use sass @extend directive to separate the page’s markup from the boilerplate css classes of you css framework.
sass  css  frameworks  html  culture 
august 2014 by spaceninja
Susy: Power tools for the web
Susy is a helper tool that lets you create any kind of grids easily without the need do a ton of math. The beauty about Susy is that it separates presentational CSS from the HTML.
susy  grids  layout  sass  mixins  frameworks  css 
august 2014 by spaceninja
Sassy Starter
A starter toolkit based on Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS (SMACSS) for Sass (SCSS) projects. Styles are broken down into the following groups: Base, Layout, Modules, States, Themes
css  sass  smacss  starterkit  frameworks 
august 2014 by spaceninja
Cargo Cult CSS
It is generally accepted that having a methodology for writing and managing CSS is preferable to having none at all. In spite of this, some of the practices developers have adopted are having a detrimental effect on the semantic quality and longterm maintainability of what we build.
css  frameworks  oocss  smacss  bem  semantics  maintainability 
august 2014 by spaceninja
Web Starter Kit
Your starting point for building great multi-device web experiences. Start your project with the Web Starter Kit and ensure you're following the Web Fundamentals guidelines out of the box.
google  frameworks  css  html  javascript  styleguide  mobile  starterkit 
august 2014 by spaceninja
Speed up your CSS framework install with Yeoman
Yeoman is a collection of tools and best practices helping designers and developers in their webapp development process. First of all, let me point out that Yeoman is made by awesome folks (among those feature the likes of Paul Irish and Addy Osmani), and is basically made of three tools: Yo for web application scaffolding which utilizes scaffolding templates refered to as generators; Grunt for building, previewing, and testing; Bower for dependency management
yeoman  grunt  bower  frameworks  generator 
august 2014 by spaceninja
GUFF
Guff is a SASS helper framework comprised of all of my favorite features from the top SASS frameworks. It is the most helpful, most used functions,mixins and helpers, for use in actual client work. Along with some fun extras, and a build system designed for you to build and tweak on top of.
sass  css  frameworks  mixins 
august 2014 by spaceninja
Typeplate » A typographic starter kit encouraging great type on the Web
Typeplate is a “typographic starter kit”. We don’t make aesthetic design choices, but define proper markup with extensible styling for common typographic patterns. A stripped-down Sass or CSS library of your choosing primarily concerned with the appropriate technical implementation of design patterns—not how they look.
typography  css  frameworks 
july 2014 by spaceninja
Zen Grids
A responsive grid system built with the power of Sass
zen  grids  layout  css  sass  frameworks 
february 2014 by spaceninja
Pure
A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.
css  frameworks  modules  layout  grids  themes 
february 2014 by spaceninja
Barebones - An initial directory setup, style guide and pattern primer
An initial directory setup, style guide and pattern primer. Fantastic starter framework for a styleguide.
styleguide  frameworks  reference 
february 2014 by spaceninja
Golden Grid System
Interesting minimal framework with folding columns, elastic gutters, zoomable baseline grid, and an overlay tool.
grids  layout  design  css  frameworks  less  sass 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Compass Home
"The compass core framework is a design-agnostic framework that provides common code that would otherwise be duplicated across other frameworks and extensions."
css  sass  frameworks  blueprint  compass 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Fluid Baseline Grid
"The Fluid Baseline Grid System is an HTML5 & CSS3 development kit that provides a solid foundation to quickly design websites with ease."
css  fluid  baseline  grids  html  frameworks  responsive 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Bootstrap, from Twitter
"Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more."
twitter  css  html  frameworks  less 
october 2011 by spaceninja
HTML5 Reset :: A simple set of templates for any project
"Like a lot of developers, we start every HTML project with the same set of HTML and CSS files. We've been using these files for a long time and have progressively added bits and pieces to them as our own personal best practices have evolved."
reset  frameworks  css  html  templates 
october 2011 by spaceninja
320 and up - the 'tiny screen first' boilerplate extention
‘320 and Up’ prevents mobile devices from downloading desktop assets by using a tiny screen’s stylesheet as its starting point.
boilerplate  frameworks  css  responsive  mobile  mediaqueries  html 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Griddle.it - Website layout made easy
A clean and simple way to align your website layout. No complex grid frameworks necessary.
css  layout  design  grids  webapps  frameworks 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Mobile Boilerplate
A best practice baseline for your mobile web app.
html  mobile  css  boilerplate  frameworks 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Readability Article Publishing Guidelines
"The following is a proposed standard for bringing more semanticity to articles on the Web."
readability  html  frameworks  articles 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Frameless
"Dig responsive design? Hate fluid grids? Try a frameless grid. Frameless is the spiritual successor to Less Framework. It’s a much simpler idea, more flexible, and hopefully easier to integrate into your design workflow."
less  frameworks  css  layout  grids 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Less Framework 4
"Less Framework is a CSS grid system for designing adaptive web­sites. It contains 4 layouts and 3 sets of typography presets, all based on a single grid."
less  frameworks  css  layout  grids  typography  mobile 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Bootstrap
"Bootstrap is a super awesome pack of mixins and variables to be used in conjunction with LESS, a CSS preprocessor for faster and easier web development."
frameworks  css  less 
october 2011 by spaceninja
HTML5 Boilerplate
"HTML5 Boilerplate is the professional badass's base HTML/CSS/JS template for a fast, robust and future-proof site... Boilerplate is not a framework, nor does it prescribe any philosophy of development, it's just got some tricks to get your project off the ground quickly and right-footed."
html  css  javascript  templates  frameworks  boilerplate 
october 2011 by spaceninja
Inuit.css Framework
A CSS framework by Harry Roberts (CSS Wizardry).
css  frameworks  grids  layout  progressive  flexible  mobile  typography  html 
october 2011 by spaceninja

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