Nice simple guide!
This is another nice and short article that describe very clearly what you need to understand about Redux reducers.
Good guide on how to get started building responsive desktop apps with Electron.
Big ships like Windows doesn’t make sharp turns very well. The amount of users alone is enough to make most development teams be resistant to changing the UI – remember everyone uses Windows and many of them doesn’t know, like or care about technology.
This will make the use of graphical apps on WSL a joy – imagine running your browser from a container ?
Imagine running your browser from a new container every time you start it!! ?????
Unreal Engine and Unity are actually very great at building user interfaces.
= a good time?
It is as cool as it sounds.
Everyone making software should know a little UX design.
Buzzwords, gotta catch ’em all!
This is a world class event.
Cool. Cool cool cool.
Is it just me or has everything got support for animated GIFs now?
Back when computers where slow these interfaces where fast. They are still usable, but now they are blazingly fast. And they come with ZERO dependencies.
These are some neat tools to check rendering in different screen sizes.
I see the point – normally I’d be “hey fullstack please”, but frontend development goes back and forth and to have a perfect frontend you need a dedicated resource to focus on making it perfect.
Like any craft frontend development needs experts.
Product tours can be a very effective tool to teach new users how to get around your app/site.
This article is an awesome peice of information and interactivity!
Find out what 100% even means in CSS!
This article sums up quite nicely when to use inline-block (in CSS) and what elements could benefit from it.
This has been the gold standard for years!
Seriously – WebRTC is some cool technology – I can’t even begin to imagine how many awesome things can be made with this!
This is all very very good information for anyone dealing with CSS.
Many of the points here is something we all should be able to answer but probably aren’t!
Key takeaway: Do less work!
Is this a Bootstrap killer?
It’s not as extensise as Bootstrap – but that might actually be a good thing!
I like this library!
This research is good and the Material Design has been improved – overall this is a good tale on how to iterate the small things.
This is clever!
React projects are suddenly so much more tidy!
posted on Monday July 27th 2020in Frontend
Check out the examples in this article – React hooks are so neat.
posted on Thursday July 16th 2020in Frontend
Gatsby has the ability to interface with most other stuff – it is really nice.
The sites build in Gatsy seem modern and performant ??
posted on Sunday June 28th 2020in Frontend
Just to make it clear – this is how you can do it.
posted on Thursday June 25th 2020in Frontend
This is a good article that shows how to make beautiful animations with CSS.
Animations are a precision game – you need to get it just right before it looks and feels good – there is no 70% done.
posted on Wednesday June 24th 2020in Frontend
This is a cool library for React!
Page flipping – and a demo.
posted on Saturday June 13th 2020in Frontend
React gets new features like this in every version and it is good to read up on the new stuff every now and then.
posted on Thursday May 28th 2020in Frontend
Read this article if you have problems with state, timing etc. in your React applications – that means, if you work with React you should read this.
posted on Thursday May 28th 2020in Frontend
There are various ways to style React components – all with pros and cons.
posted on Monday May 25th 2020in Frontend
They are called dark patterns because they are not liked by anyone.
They are used because they work.
posted on Tuesday May 19th 2020in Frontend
Multi-lingual software is actually not a trivial task.
There is considerable work in keep translations up to date when evolving the software.
posted on Monday May 18th 2020in Frontend
I great short article on how to get started with a blog – hosted on Netlify and created with Gatsby – in true serverless manner.
I love Netlify. I love Gatsby. I think you will too.
posted on Tuesday May 5th 2020in Frontend
This is a neat little trick to have dark mode specific images.
Everything should support dark mode now!
posted on Sunday May 3rd 2020in Frontend
This is an awesome introduction!
Creating a gauge in React – in SVG.
I absolutely love everything about this!
posted on Sunday April 19th 2020in Frontend
This is some nifty tricks for numeric input in your HTML ?