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Laura Kalbag wrote How to read RSS in 2020[1]. This would be a nice place to send someone curious about RSS: what it is, what it’s for, and how you can start using it as a reader. I like this callout, too: Sometimes the content is just an excerpt, encouraging you to read the rest of the content on the original site. I think this defeats the point of providing RSS, where a big benefit is that...

[unable to retrieve full-text content]This is so cool. I mean, GraphQL is already cool. It’s very satisfying to write an understandable-looking query for whatever you want and then use that data in templates. But what if you didn’t have to write the query at all? What if you just wrote the templates pretending you already had the data, and the query built itself? I haven’t even tried this project yet but it feels like how things...

CSS Grid provides us with a powerful layout system for websites. The CSS-Tricks guide[1] gives you a comprehensive overview of Grid’s properties with layout examples. What we’re going to do here is a reverse approach to show you the smallest possible set of grid properties you need to know to meet most of your layout needs. These five properties will get you up and running: display (for the grid value) grid-template-columns grid-gap grid-auto-flow grid-column / grid-row Here’s how simple it is. Let’s assume...

February 25, 2020 The transform property and its friends became more powerful through the addition of the new individual transform properties (translate, rotate, scale) and the offset properties (as a part of CSS Motion Path[1]). All effectively provide a transformation for your element, and all have to follow specific rules to know how those transformations apply. These new properties are now available in Firefox 72+. Motion path properties are also in Chromium browsers, and the independent transform properties...

Dragons Abound produces maps in SVG, which is a vector graphics format.  Vector graphics have a lot of features (such as lossless zoom) that are nice for maps.  And vector graphics are good for producing crisp, well-defined lines like an ink stroke: On the other hand, vector graphics are not very good at producing textures with a lot of non-repeating fine detail.  In vector graphics, each drawn element is represented with a description of its size, shape, location,...

Nada Rifki Follow Nada is a JavaScript developer who likes to play with UI components to create interfaces with great UX. She specialises in Vue.js and loves sharing anything and everything that could help her fellow front-end web developers. Nada also dabbles in digital marketing, dance and Chinese.[1] March 9, 2020 2 min read 837 The idea of only needing CSS to customize your scroll instead of playing with JavaScript sounds great, doesn’t it? Today, I’m going to show...

In cases of emergency, many organizations need a quick way to publish critical information. But existing (CMS) websites are often unable to handle sudden spikes in traffic. Just received a shelter-in-place emergency alert with a web address for more information. Clicked the link. The site is down. All emergency sites should be static. — Nicholas C. Zakas (@slicknet) March 17, 2020[1] To make things worse, natural disasters can also damage local network infrastructure, sometimes leaving people with very poor...

Remember Tabletop.js? We just covered it a little bit ago[1] in this same exact context: building editable websites. It’s a tool that turns a Google Sheet into an API, that you as a developer can hit for data when building a website. In that last article, we used that API on the client side, meaning JavaScript needed to run on every single page view, hit that URL for the data, and build the page. That might...

In previous articles, we explained what consistency is, the difference between "strong" and "eventual" consistency, and why this distinction is more important than ever to modern application developers. We also introduced the notion of ‘consistency tax’: the extra time and effort that a development team needs to invest if they choose a system with only eventual consistency or limited consistency guarantees.  Several modern databases use state-of-the-art algorithms to eliminate the tradeoff between consistency and performance. Of course,...