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Postmortem Of Gutenberg The Launch, So We Can Embrace Gutenberg The Product

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Postmortem Of Gutenberg The Launch, So We Can Embrace Gutenberg The Product Postmortem Of Gutenberg The Launch, So We Can Embrace Gutenberg The Product Leonardo Losoviz 2019-10-17T12:30:59+02:00 2019-10-17T15:35:03+00:00 After 10 months of being released as WordPress’s new default editor, Gutenberg is still shrugged off by a sizable amount of people from the web development community, who frequently cite as reasons to disregard it its lack of accessibility support (even though major accessibility improvements have taken place), how slow it is …

How Frontend Developers Can Empower Designer’s Work

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How Frontend Developers Can Empower Designer’s Work How Frontend Developers Can Empower Designer’s Work Sandrina Pereira 2019-10-16T12:30:59+02:00 2019-10-16T15:37:09+00:00 This article is mostly directed at you, dear Frontend Developer, who enjoys implementing user interfaces but struggles in aligning expectations with designers you work with. Perhaps you are referred to as the “UI Developer” or “UX Engineer.” Regardless of the title that you carry around, your job (and as well as mine) consists of more than breathing life into design files. We …

Should You Add WordPress Maintenance To Your Service Offering?

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Should You Add WordPress Maintenance To Your Service Offering? Should You Add WordPress Maintenance To Your Service Offering? Suzanne Scacca 2019-10-15T12:30:59+02:00 2019-10-15T15:35:21+00:00 (This is a sponsored article.) One of the common problems with trying to scale up when working as a solo web designer or a bootstrapping agency is that you’re limited by time. How much time it takes to: Onboard new clients; Build websites; Put out fires; Do all the other stuff that keeps your business running. That’s not …

Collective #557

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How to design delightful dark themes In this article Teresa Man shares how to design dark themes that are readable, balanced, and delightful. Read it roughViz A reusable JavaScript library for creating sketchy/hand-drawn styled charts in the browser. Check it out Our Sponsor You’ve never built a WordPress website like this before Divi is more than just a WordPress theme, it’s a completely new website building platform that replaces the standard WordPress post editor with a vastly superior visual editor. …

Animating Apps With Flutter

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Animating Apps With Flutter Animating Apps With Flutter Shubham 2019-10-14T13:30:59+02:00 2019-10-14T15:35:43+00:00 Apps for any platform are praised when they are intuitive, good-looking, and provide pleasant feedback to user interactions. Animation is one of the ways to do just that. Flutter, a cross-platform framework, has matured in the past two years to include web and desktop support. It has garnered a reputation that apps developed with it are smooth and good-looking. With its rich animation support, declarative way of writing UI, …

The W3C At Twenty-Five

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The W3C At Twenty-Five The W3C At Twenty-Five Rachel Andrew 2019-10-11T12:30:00+02:00 2019-10-11T15:36:31+00:00 Last week, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) celebrated its 25th anniversary and invited folks to share why the open web platform matters to them via the hashtag #WebStories. As I’m both a member of the CSS Working Group at W3C and the representative for Fronteers, I think it’s a good time to explain a bit more about the role of the W3C in the work that we …

Collective #556

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Inspirational Website of the Week: Lafaurie Paris A super-slick and smooth scroll experience with sharp typography and excellent color choices. Our pick this week. Get inspired Our Sponsor Accentuate Custom Fields for Shopify The professional solution to extend Shopify with checkboxes, selection lists, images and 15 other field types. Cross-reference objects to create anything you need. Check it out Cascading Cache Invalidation Philip Walton discusses how some caching best practices can actually backfire, and presents some techniques for solving the …

A Guide To New And Experimental CSS DevTools In Firefox

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A Guide To New And Experimental CSS DevTools In Firefox A Guide To New And Experimental CSS DevTools In Firefox Victoria Wang 2019-10-10T14:30:59+02:00 2019-10-10T15:36:46+00:00 Over the last few years, our team at Firefox has been working on new CSS tools that address both cutting-edge techniques and age-old frustrations. We’re the Layout Tools team, a subset of Firefox Developer Tools, and our quest is to improve the modern web design workflow. The web has seen an incredible evolution in the last …

How To Use Breadcrumbs On A PWA

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How To Use Breadcrumbs On A PWA How To Use Breadcrumbs On A PWA Suzanne Scacca 2019-10-09T12:30:59+02:00 2019-10-09T15:35:17+00:00 I’ve seen a lot of questions about whether or not breadcrumbs are necessary for PWAs. It makes sense why the question is raised. After all, PWAs have an app shell and sticky menu, so shouldn’t it be easy for users to move around it without a secondary navigation? It’s not as simple as that. Because PWAs often straddle the line between website …

Developing A Custom Plugin For October CMS

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Developing A Custom Plugin For October CMS Developing A Custom Plugin For October CMS Andriy Haydash 2019-10-08T12:30:59+02:00 2019-10-08T15:36:13+00:00 Last year, I did some research about new CMS systems in PHP in order to find a good alternative to WordPress. Ideally, it had to be an open-source solution with a clean and modern codebase. One of them caught my interest: October CMS. I tried it and almost instantly liked it. The code structure was really nice and it was easy to …