Junior Frontend Development weekly link sharing #27
August 28, 2016
This list based on the sharing of the whole community and what we shared on our social media channels this week! We hope you like it!
If you have things you missed in the list, please add them in the comments 🙂
- Sculpin Extended: Customizing Your Static Site Blog Wern Ancheta shows us how to install, use, customize, and deploy a static site blog generated with Sculpin - a PHP static site generator!
- 8 Clever Tricks with CSS Functions Anselm Urban looks at some neat tricks you can use today in CSS, from fancy CSS animations to a frosted glass effect.
- Issue #227 Find out how to use @supports to see whether or not a particular feature is supported in the browser, how to achieve 60 FPS animations with CSS, how to use CSS locks when you need specific fluid…
- Using Feature Queries in CSS ★ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog There’s a tool in CSS that you might not have heard of yet. It’s powerful. It’s been there for a while. And it’ll likely become one of your favorite new things about CSS.
- One easy way to inject malicious code in any Node.js application - Sqreen Blog This article describes a method of injecting arbitrary code in Node.js modules. The chain used to include instances of modules can be tampered to allow modification of required dependencies.
- Make Canvas Responsive to Pixel Ratio - js Video Tutorial #free Canvas is great for high performance graphics rendering but by default the results look blocky on phones tablets and laptops with high pixel density or Retina displays. By using canvas width and…
- Building your first Atom plugin Authored by GitHub Campus Expert @NickTikhonov. This tutorial will teach you how to write your first package for the Atom text editor. We'll be building a clone of Sourcerer, a plugin for finding ...
- jlevy/the-art-of-command-line the-art-of-command-line - Master the command line, in one page
- How to Use Angular JS and JSON API to Build a WordPress Theme | Snap Agency Spread the love WordPress is the most popular Content Management System at the present day. It provides you number of exceptional features to easily develop a site or a blog. It...
- 7 Pointers For Optimizing Your Content For Google | by Steve Tavares on August 21, 2016
- Pretty isn’t enough…designing the web with brand values Websites have become table stakes for companies. Even the newest start-ups—who don’t yet have products—have a website. The reason being, a website is the
- Flexible typography with CSS locks In early 2012, I shared a formula for “molten leading”, or fluid line spacing. Experienced typographers know that long lines of text need more line spacing, but line spacing can be tighter for shor…
- 12 Best Mobile Frameworks You Should Consider in 2016 | Code Geekz Native mobile apps usually work faster, smoother and these results in a better user experience. And, web designers/developers always look for new ways to catch this performance with web technologies.…
- Breadcrumbs For Web Sites: What, When and How — UX Planet by Nick Babich
- How Spotify’s website UX has changed (2006 to 2016) — Prototyping: From UX to Front End What a difference ten years makes
- jaywcjlove/awesome-mac awesome-mac - This repo is a collection of awesome Mac applications and tools for developers and designers.
- Creating Desktop Apps with Electron Using Electron 1.x? Check out this new updated https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKzBJAowmGg - - - Learn how to start creating cross platform desktop ap...
- Understanding Namespaces in the WordPress Hook System Agbonghama covers how to hook methods of an instantiated class (object) to actions and filters and the caveats of using namespaces in WordPress hook system.
- Creating Beautiful Page Transitions on Your WordPress Site Okay, so you’ve heard it before: humans have a shorter attention span than goldfish. If you think about it though, that’s not really a fair comparison to make. Your pet goldfish probably only has a…
- A Glimpse Into The Future With React Native For Web – Smashing Magazine React Native can help you make iOS and Android apps with a shared code base, without sacrifices in quality. Clayton Anderson takes a glimpse into the future with React Native for Web...