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About The Author Ifeanyi Dike is a full-stack developer in Abuja, Nigeria. He’s the team lead at Sterling Digitals Limited but also open to more opportunities and … More about Ifeanyi ↬[1] Headless CMS is a powerful and easy way to manage content and access API. Built on React, Sanity.io is a seamless tool for flexible content management. It can be used to build simple to complex applications from the ground up. In this article, Ifeanyi explains how...

About The Author Tobias Günther is the Co-founder of Tower, the popular Git desktop client that helps more than 100,000 developers around the world to be more productive with … More about Tobias ↬[1][2] In this article, Tobias explores some of the less known but very useful features in Git. You’ll learn how to recover deleted commits, clean up your commit history, use submodules to manage third-party code and compose commits with precision — along with a friendly Git...

About The Author Drew is a Staff Engineer specialising in Frontend at Snyk, as well as being a co-founder of Notist and the small content management system Perch. Prior to this, … More about Drew ↬[1][2][3][4] In this episode, we’re talking about HTML controls. Why are they so hard to style, and how might that change in the future? Drew McLellan talks to Microsoft’s Stephanie Stimac and Melanie Richards to find out. In this episode, we’re talking about HTML...

About The Author Steven Frieson is a front end developer who loves to solve problems for people, whether they’re website users or fellow developers. He is interested in many … More about Steven ↬[1] Wrangling z-index values is a difficult task for many developers. Here is an easy-to-implement mini-framework based on existing conventions that brings clarity and confidence to working with z-index. There are several articles that explain z-index (here’s a good one[2]), since it continues to trip up...

About The Author Obed Parlapiano is an JavaScript Engineer, bookworm, and writer. He struggles between smashing keys to create long-form articles, reading another fantasy book … More about Obed ↬[1] Remote work is taking over the world, and the biggest obstacle remote teams face is emulating the natural communication that happens at the office. In this article, Obed Parlapiano shares his advice and tips on how to improve your team’s communication and productivity by creating habits and processes...

About The Author Eric is the founder of UX Culture Works. He has spent the past 20 years leading UX research and design projects for Fortune 500 companies in the finance, … More about Eric ↬[1] Tooltips are powerful design patterns implemented to enhance the design experience by providing additional information precisely when users need it. In this article, we show you how to design tooltips that will amplify your mobile designs and explain where mobile tooltips are...

About The Authors Tomomi Imura (@girlie_mac) is an avid open web technology advocate and a full-stack engineer, who is currently working as a Cloud Advocate at Microsoft in San … More about Tomomi & Daisy ↬[1][2] On your list of places where people might access your web app, Teams is probably number “not-on-the-list”. But it turns out that making your app accessible where your users are already working has some profound benefits. In this article, we’ll look at...

About The Author An independent designer and front-end developer who’s trying to make everyone’s experience on the web better with a focus on progressive enhancement and … More about Andy ↬[1] The present and future of CSS are very bright indeed and if you take a pragmatic, progressive approach to your CSS, then things will continue to get better and better on your projects, too. In this article, we’ll look into masonry layout, :is selector, clamp(), ch and...

Let’s make this February more colorful! Apart from a new collection of wallpapers, we also have a little creativity challenge waiting for you this month. It’s the perfect occasion to share your ideas with the world — and win a smashing prize along the way. Did you know that this February is the perfect month? Well, layout-wise at least: It starts on a Monday, ends on a Sunday, and has exactly four full weeks. To fill these...

About The Author Stefan Baumgartner is a software architect based in Austria. He has published online since the late 1990s, writing for Manning, Smashing Magazine, and A List … More about Stefan ↬[1] In this article, we look at some of the more advanced features of TypeScript, like union types, conditional types, template literal types, and generics. We want to formalize the most dynamic JavaScript behavior in a way that we can catch most bugs before they happen....