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Using GSAP to Animate Game UI with Canvas

The year was 1995; Toy Story hit the theaters, kids were obsessively collecting little cardboard circles and Kiss From a Rose was being badly sung by everyone…

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Where is JavaScript going in 2017?

JavaScript has been a cornerstone of web development – well, of good web development – for years. If you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet, it is high…

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What is User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and How to Perform It Effectively

User Acceptance Testing is used by many industries to ensure their software products or web applications are up to standards before being shipped out to…

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Выпуск №52

Moz://a, ввод дат, чек-лист, Webpack 2, React на веб-компонентах, суровый Unix, доступность. — Ольга Алексашенко — Вадим Макеев — Алексей Симоненко Обсуждайте…

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A Table With Borders Only On The Inside

You know, like a tic-tac-toe board. I was just pondering how to do this the other day, as one does. There are three ways I can think of. One involves a…

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Video Transcripts

None of the videos in our entire video screencasts library have captions / subtitles / transcripts. That means all of that content is rather useless to…

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Collective #282

Inspirational Website of the Week: VERMONT Holding An exquisite design with some very interesting effects. Our pick this week. Get inspired …

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Freebie: Smoothies Icon Set (AI, SVG, PNG)

Today we’re very happy to share a super-healthy and yummy freebie with you: a smoothie icon set. The set contains 12 delicious, carefully crafted illustrations…

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Animate to Different End States Using One Set of CSS Keyframes

I have recently live coded a pure CSS random rainbow particle explosion. There's a source in the middle of the screen, and rainbow particles shoot out…

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Fully Managed Cloud Hosting

Do you have a client that requires absolutely zero downtime? How about any sites that have unpredictable traffic? Welcome spikes in visitors that can…

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People’s Names That Break Websites

I heard from Alex Goldman of Reply All (a super duper very great podcast with stories loosely originating from the internet): We're doing a story about…

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Color in UI Design

Erik D. Kennedy: So if color theory doesn’t provide a solid basis for color in UI design, what does? Let me throw an opinion at ya’: color modifications…

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Little Fragments: Creating a Simple Image Poster Effect

View demo Download source Today we’d like to show you how to achieve a very simple, yet interesting effect with an image. The inspiration comes from…

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Collective #281

The Line of Death An extremely interesting read on the dangers and methods of UI hijacking. Read it WebSlides A fresh solid, CSS and HTML…

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Deploying From Bitbucket to WordPress

Of all the projects I've worked in the last few years, there's one that stands out as my favorite: I wrote a WordPress plugin called Great Eagle (Tolkien…

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Making Magic with WebSockets and CSS

Ooo. Ooo. It's a trick, that uses CSS. Direct Link to Article — Permalink Making Magic with WebSockets and CSS is a post from CSS-Tricks

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Tinder for Bananas

I saw this little web app by Das Surma going around the other day. It's funny, but it's also a really compelling demo app for a bunch of modern technologies…

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7 Keys To A Successful User Acceptance Testing

User acceptance testing is a necessity when it comes to meeting the needs of the user in a business or operational environment. Te lack of proper user…

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8 Essential Bug Reporting Skills Every QA Agent Should Have

Being a QA agent is a demanding job. It requires you to be diligent in your work to ensure everything is up to standards. When you’re a QA agent you’ll…

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The Line of Death

Eric Lawrence has written a pretty scary post about browser security and malicious websites that hope to trick us: When building applications that display…

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Opera Neon

Hot takes! I wanted to give it at least a few days of full-time use, but you can't use extensions (yet?). The web is too hard for me to use without 1Password…

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How To Create Your Own URL Scheme

A URL Scheme is like "http://..." or "ftp://...". Those seem like a very low-level concept that you don't have much control over, but actually, you do…

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Выпуск №51

Модули ES6 и global, PhantomJS, веб-манифест, фронтенд ВКонтакте, методологии CSS, SVG-иконки. — Вадим Макеев — Алексей Симоненко — Слава Шебанов Обсуждайте…

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WebSlides

Looks like a nicely done little system, by José Luis Antúnez for creating presentation slides. WebSlides makes HTML presentations easy. Just the essentials…

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Modernizing our Progressive Enhancement Delivery

Scott Jehl, explaining one of the performance improvements he made to the Filament Group site: Inlining is a measurably-worthwhile workaround, but it…

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Collective #280

Inspirational Website of the Week: MailChimp 2016 Annual Report MailChimp’s annual report is a fun retro celebration of shapes and patterns. Our pick…

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An Event Apart Discount Code

I'll be at all the 2017 An Event Apart shows. Coupon code AEACOY will get you $100 off any of them. Direct Link to Article — Permalink An Event Apart…

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Good user experience design saves you time & money

There’s a mantra here in our offices and that is: good user experience design saves you money. It’s something we not only passionately believe in, but…

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Clearing Accidentally “Learned” Words from macOS Dictionary

Does this little moment strike fear into your heart? Argahghg! Fat fingers! I meant to FIX the spelling, not learn this misspelled word! Now forevermore…

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Адаптивный Pixel Perfect

Инструмент для проверки адаптивных страниц на соответствие макетам

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Analytics for Lazy Developers

Here's an incomplete list of analytics tools I've personally used: Google Analytics, Alexa, Gauges, FullStory, NewRelic, and Woopra. Perhaps you've used…

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The Most Hearted of 2016

The 100 most hearted Pens, Posts, and Collections on CodePen from the past year have been calculated and posted! Direct Link to Article — Permalink…

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Get Started with Debugging JavaScript in Chrome DevTools

Kayce Basques wrote an excellent interactive tutorial that explores how to debug JavaScript with DevTools. Kayce looks into a number of techniques and…

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Random Numbers in CSS

I stumbled into an interesting problem the other day. I wanted to animate an element with a random animation-duration. This was the non-randomized starting…

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Clean Code JavaScript

Inspired by Robert C. Martin's book Clean Code, Ryan McDermott put together a repo with some software engineering best practices as they apply to JavaScript…

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Collective #279

Master web development with these 9,985 weird tricks David Gilbertson has created know-it-all.io and you won’t be able to sleep until everything is marked…

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Lebab

Turn your ES5 code into readable ES6 (sugar-syntax). It does the opposite of what Babel does. David Walsh has a post on it. I'm interested, as I'm still…

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A Thing To Know about Gradients and “Transparent Black”

Say you have a gradient in CSS that goes from red to transparent. Easy, right? Like this: .element { background: linear-gradient( to bottom, red, transparent…

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The Road to SVG and Custom Elements in Clarity Icons

Another day, another design system deciding an SVG icon system is the way to go. Everybody has their own set of considerations when making a choice like…

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Non-Rectangular Headers

Jon Moore documents a trend in which designs opt for non-rectangular headers. Slants, rounded bits, image crops, even weird jagged polygons. I mean c'mon…