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Front-End Performance Checklist 2019 [PDF, Apple Pages, MS Word] — Smashing Magazine
Let’s make 2019... fast! A front-end performance checklist (PDF/Apple Pages/MS Word), with everything you need to know to create fast experiences today.
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3 days ago by incredimike
Old Typewriter Text Effect
Text styled like it's been typed on an old typewriter. Monospace font with randomised opacity and text-shadow....
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6 days ago by incredimike
WebAssembly: What Is It And Why Should You Care? | Hackaday
If you keep up with the field of web development, you may have heard of WebAssembly. A relatively new kid on the block, it was announced in 2015, and managed to garner standardised support from all major browsers by 2017 – an impressive feat. However, it’s only more recently that the developer community has started to catch up with adoption and support.
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14 days ago by incredimike
Lorem Picsum.. Like Lorem Ipsum, but for photos!
Sure, services like this exist, Picsum offers has a curated list of good photos and you can pic specifically the ones you want! Plus you can add blur effects, make the images grey scale, or resize them. Very handy for your Front-End toolkit!
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19 days ago by incredimike
Uppy 1.0: Your best friend in file uploading — Uppy
Today, after three years of development, the Uppy team are launching version 1.0 of their amazing file uploader for web browsers.
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19 days ago by incredimike
Animating URLs with Javascript and Emojis
I've seen animated favicons, but this is a unique take on using emoji (and similar) to "animate" a portion of the URL. What a cool idea! I'm trying to figure out where I can use this myself :)
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24 days ago by incredimike
Turning Design Mockups Into Code With Deep Learning
A reference document that uses convolutional neural networks (CNN), recurrent neural networks (RNN and long-short term memory (LSTM),
machine_learning  front-end-dev 
october 2018 by brunsnik
Stimulus
A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have.
javascript  framework  stimulus  front-end-dev 
april 2018 by brunsnik
A Complete Guide to the Table Element | CSS-Tricks
The element in HTML is used for displaying tabular data. You can think of it as a way to describe and display data that would make sense in spreadsheet sof
front-end-dev  Reference 
november 2016 by EvanLovely
You Might Not Need JavaScript
Examples of common UI elements and interactions with HTML and CSS alone.
CSS  front-end-dev  Resources 
october 2016 by EvanLovely

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