Mr Frontend weekly link sharing #35
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- Getting Started with Redux: An Intro As web applications grow in complexity, so does the task of updating and displaying their underlying data. Many approaches to managing this data result...
- Build a Bookshop with React & Redux I: React Redux Flow At some point in your complex React project, you are going to need a state management library. Redux is a good choice because of...
- Web Design & Development News: Collective #257 | Codrops Collective #257: Clappy Bird Pulp Dotted Globe tdo Designing Grids WordPress Without Shame Offline strategies
- Angular 2 Transclusion using ng-content Wait a minute... What is transclusion?Understanding TransclusionDon't get confused by the term Transclusion. It's best explained using an example.Let's say we have a card...
- Issue #236 Learn why animating SVG is different from animating in CSS, how to write maintainable CSS, how to create a bank of small, simple animations that can be applied in multiple situations, and more.
- Three ways of understanding Promises This blog post covers three ways of understanding Promises .
- Getting Started With Paper.js: Animation and Images So far in this series, I have covered projects and items, paths and geometry, and user interaction in Paper.js. The library also allows you to animate various items in your projects. If you combine...
- 10 Helpful Tools for Web Developers - October Edition | NOUPE Tools for Web Developers: Today we have two hands full of helpful instruments created to lend a hand to fellow web developers for you.
- 9 Tools To Create Your Own Chatbots | Categories
- 10 Things Every Recruiter Should Know About Finding a Good “Web Developer” Being a “Web Master” or “Web Programmer” has come a long way in the last 20 years. Finding good candidates for a Client-side or Front End…
- What is the difference between CSS variables and preprocessor variables? | CSS-Tricks Variables are one of the major reasons CSS preprocessors exist at all. The ability to set a variable for something like a color, use that variable througho
- Continue Normalising Your CSS – CSS Wizardry Why we should still be using Normalize.css
- Improving Perceived Performance with Multiple Background Images – CSS Wizardry Using CSS gradients and multiple backgrounds to improve resilience and perceived performance
- How to Use Ajax in WordPress - a Real World Example Most leading CMS platforms like WordPress use Ajax in their architecture. Sayed Rahman walks through how to use Ajax in WordPress with a real world example.
- Infographic: Observable Cheat Sheet - One Hungry Mind Limited Angular 2 preorders now available.Master the latest Angular 1.5 components, or dive straight into mastering Angular 2
- Angular 2 — Component Lifecycle Hooks – Frontend Weekly Each Angular application goes through a lifecycle. In fact, Angular 2 is built on three components, so each component goes through its own…