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While web builders have been around for a long time, it wasn’t until recently that they became practical for professional use. Closing the gap between design and code has become the north star for many companies and we are seeing a wave of tools that deliver on this promise. One such product is Editor X[1], which we’ll review in this article. As designers, we are used to having a lot of creative freedom within our tools. We...

About The Author Carie Fisher is an author, speaker, and developer who is passionate about the intersection of front-end code and UX, digital accessibility, and diversity in … More about Carie ↬[1][2] Discover which SVG patterns we should avoid and which patterns are the most inclusive when comparing different combinations of OSs, browsers, and screen readers. Carie will also be running an online workshop on Accessible Front-End Patterns[3] all around front-end accessibility. While Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs) were first...

Mistakes. These cruel villains do not even stop at the beautiful world of software development. But although we cannot avoid making mistakes, we can learn to undo them! This article will show the right tools for your daily work with Git. You might want to check the first article of the series[1] as well. In this second part of our series on “Undoing Mistakes with Git”, we’ll bravely look danger in the eye again: I’ve prepared four...

Web fonts are often terrible for web performance and none of the font loading strategies are particularly effective to address that. Upcoming font options may finally deliver on the promise of making it easier to align fallback fonts to the final fonts. Font loading has long been a bugbear of web performance, and there really are no good choices here[1]. If you want to use web fonts your choices are basically Flash of Invisible Text (aka FOIT)...

About The Author Adrian Bece is a versatile fullstack web developer with extensive eCommerce experience who is currently working at PROTOTYP as a technical lead. He enjoys … More about Adrian ↬[1][2] CSS Container queries bring media queries closer to the target elements themselves and enables them to adapt to virtually any given container or layout. In this article, we’re going to cover CSS container query basics and how to use them today with progressive enhancement or polyfills. When...

About The Author Shalabh Vyas is a Front-End Engineer with the experience of working through the entire product-development lifecycle launching rich web-based applications. … More about Shalabh ↬[1] In this article, we will learn how to build a WYSIWYG/Rich-Text Editor that supports rich text, images, links and some nuanced features from word processing apps. We will use SlateJS[2] to build the shell of the editor and then add a toolbar and custom configurations. The code for the application...

About The Author Juggling between three languages on a daily basis, Iris is known for her love of linguistics, arts, web design and typography, as well as her goldmine of … More about Iris ↬[1] Front-end and design are remarkably complex these days. That’s why we invite kind, smart folks from the community to run online workshops for all of us to learn together. And we have new ones coming up. How do we build and establish a successful...

About The Author Systems Engineer from Buenos Aires, Argentina, with 15+ years of experience in software development. Full Stack Developer. Auth0 Ambassador. GitKraken … More about Facundo ↬[1] At the moment of adding authentication and authorization to our web applications, there are some things that we should evaluate, e.g. whether we need to create our own security platform or whether we can rely on an existing third-party service. Let’s see how we can implement authentication and authorization in...

Do we need mega-dropdown hover menus in 2021? Probably not. Let’s explore things to keep in mind when designing and building a mega-dropdown, alternatives to hover menus and fine details for designing a better UX. Complex websites often rely on complex navigation. When a website houses thousands of pages, often combined with micro-websites and hundreds of subsections, eventually the navigation will go deep and broad. And with such a complex multi-level navigation, showing the breadth of options...

About The Author Mikołaj is a designer and front-end developer leading a design team at ucreate, a British company specialised in building startups. He’s passionate about … More about Mikołaj ↬[1] Today, we are taking a closer look at SVGator 3.0[2], a new major release of the popular SVG application that lets you create, edit and animate SVG files and make the best out of what SVG has to offer — from start to finish. SVGator is evolving and...