Front-end Weekly Digest (1-6 November 2016)
We, at Zfort, always try to share our knowledge and expertise with IT-community. That is why we decided to publish front-end digests every week to help you stay updated with the latest news, releases, rumors and more. We will do our best to provide only relevant links.
Here is a list of interesting front-end articles published last week. We hope this information will be useful for you.
- Bye raster, hello vector: 3 ways to use SVG easier
- Results of the 2016 GOV.UK assistive technology survey
- Bootstrap 4 Cheat Sheet & Classes List Reference
- What's New and What's Changed in Bootstrap 4
- html parser quiz
- Introducing FlyWeb
- The Web is not Fashionable. or: How I Learned to Love the Web
- Tools for Developing Accessible Websites
- Connecting Virtual Worlds: Hyperlinks in WebVR
- 10 things your website might be missing
- Mailto links: Letting the user decide
- Viewports research, part umpteen
- What programming language should you learn first? ʇdıɹɔsɐʌɐɾ :ɹǝʍsuɐ
- Artsy Media Pop Up Effect
- Making a Doughnut Progress Bar ?
- Announcing Dart Sass
- Web fonts, boy, I don't know
- How and Why You Should Inline Your Critical CSS
- Things I've Learned About CSS Grid Layout
- CSS Motion Path as of October 2016
- Variable Fonts on the Web
- A modern CSS reset (with caveats)
- glamor — inline css for react et al
- 8 simple rules for a robust, scalable CSS architecture
- Front-end Architecture: Part 2 — Brand Variables
- How to build a responsive grid system
- Semantic class names: are you being too generic?
- CSS Post-Processors For Beginners: Tips and Resources
- The Q Continuum: Using q Measurements In CSS
- Node.js v7 – URLs, deprecation warnings and a better developer experience
- Cooperative Scheduling with requestIdleCallback
- Lightflow — a tiny Promise-inspired control flow library for browser and Node.js.
- SkateJS — is a functional, featherweight and cross-framework compatible web component library built on W3C specs
- egjs — set of UI interactions, effects and utilities components library
- Recordy — Record your microphone (or any other input) and add effects to it! In your browser.
- smooth scroll polyfill
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