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Bootstrap 4 osnovno o radnom okviru

 

 

 

Uvod Bootstrap je besplatan CSS i JavaScript radni okvir koji omogućava programerima da brzo izgrade prilagodljive veb interfejse. Radni okvir su osmislili Mark Otto i Jacob Thornton dok su radili u Twitteru 2010. godine. Od kako je izdat kao projekat otvorenog koda u avgustu 2011. godine, Bootstrap je postao glavno ime među frontend veb programerima. Lakoća upotrebe radnog okvira, zajedno sa kompatibilnošću između pretraživača, podrškom za korisnički interfejs za mobilne uređaje i mogućnostima prilagodljivog dizajna, čini ga osnovnim gradivnim blokom za svaku modernu veb aplikaciju. Sa više od 600 saradnika i više od 34. 000 kopija GitHub skladišta Bootstrap je postao najpopularniji radni okvir za prilagodljivi veb razvoj na svetu. Međutim, uprkos njegovoj popularnosti, postoji relativno malo naprednih resursa za njegovu četvrtu i najnoviju verziju. Zbog toga, motivacija za ovu knjigu je bila da obezbedimo sveobuhvatni vodič, korak po korak, za programere koji žele da kreiraju kompletan veb sajt spreman za proizvodnju, koristeći Bootstrap 4. Kada pročitate celu knjigu, trebalo bi da u potpunosti ovladate ovim radnim okvirom i da možete da kreirate prilagodljive i optimizovane veb interfejse. Znaćete kako da proširite radni okvir, da ga integrišete sa nezavisnim komponentama i radnim okvirima i da optimizujete i automatizujete Bootstrap projekte. Za koga je ova knjiga Ova knjiga namenjena je korisnicima koji već razumeju HTML, JavaScript i CSS i koji žele da nauče kako da izgrade prilagodljive veb sajtove pomoću Bootstrapa 4. Ova knjiga nije namenjena da bude uvod u veb razvoj. LINK KA KNJIZI. Poreklo Butstrep, prvobitno nazvan Tviter Bluprint (engl. Twitter Blueprint), su razvili Mark Oto i Džejkob Tornton radeći za kompaniju Tviter, s namerom da povećaju konzistentnost interno korišćenih alata. Pre Butstrepa, korišćene su razne biblioteke za razvoj interfejsa, što je dovelo do nedoslednosti i teškog održavanja. Mark Oto navodi: „Mala grupa programera, zajedno sa mnom, se udružila kako bi dizajnirali i izgradili nov interni alat i u tome smo videli priliku za nešto više. Tokom ovog procesa, primetili smo da gradimo nešto što je mnogo značajnije od običnog internog alata. Nakon nekoliko meseci, završili smo prvu verziju Butstrepa koja je predstavljala jedan vid dokumentovanja i deljenja zajedničkih dizajnerskih šablona i resursa unutar kompanije. ” WIKIPEDIA Trenutno (10. 05. 2018. ) na GitHub-u Bootstrap ima 124,415 zvezdica 59,619 forkova i nalazi se daleko ispred ostalih sličnih radnih okvira.
 
   

CO.design, Why slow innovation is the way forward

 

 

 

When offices die, how do you design an office chair? Office chairs have gone from corporate status symbols to afterthoughts. Here’s how one furniture manufacturer is adapting. If you walk, breathe, or talk, this AI probably knows who you are See you later, I’m moving to a cave. It’s official: Ikea is no longer just a furniture company Ikea is partnering with Adidas, Lego, and Sonos to sell you everything. When will Google defend democracy? Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Reddit are attempting to bring more transparency to how their platforms may influence elections. When will Google get on board? Why slow innovation is the way forward Sometimes changing three lines in an FAQ qualifies as a rousing success, writes Hana Schank in the fourth installment of The Government Fix. Why we need evil AI It’s not AI being evil. It’s us. Squarespace owns web design–now it’s coming for email Today the website builder launches an email campaign service. Move over, Mailchimp? Everimal: An adorable new take on pop-up books Instead of complex pop-ups, the book makes a clever use of page size. Olafur Eliasson’s first building is marvelous The Danish-Icelandic artist’s architectural studio has built its first building, for the heirs of Lego founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen. How electronic medical records went so wrong Electronic medical records were supposed to revolutionize medicine. Instead they’ve been a nightmare for doctors. It’s time they undergo the same UX transformation that has remade travel, retail, and entertainment, writes a research team from the University of Pennsylvania. Can this ob-gyn-designed wearable reduce campus sexual assault? Buzz is part blood alcohol-monitoring wearable, part Livestrong-style bracelet that aims to support consensual sex. How to make trustworthy apps, when no one trusts tech anymore NerdWallet’s Michael Chanover on the dos, don’ts, and don’t evers of designing for trust.
 
   

CSS Toolbox - odličan alat

 

 

 

Besplatan program  CSS Toolbox radi sa kaskadnim listama stilova (CSS) koristeći funkcije za automatsko  završavanje, obeležavanje sintaksi i mnogo drugih naprednih funkcija koje ga  ističu u odnosu na obične editore teksta. Za one koji ne znaju, CSS fajlovi su blokovi od kojih se gradi  izgled web prezentacija. CSS Toolbox nudi napredne funkcije za građenje tabela  sa stilovima, uključujući CSS beautifier, validator, pa čak i kompresor. Ova alatka vam neće biti od velike koristi ako niste  programer, ali ako ste dizajner (ili želite da učite o web dizajnu), ovo je  odličan program za vas. CSS Toolbox je besplatan za daunlodovanje i postoji samo  verzija za Windows sisteme. Adresa: CSS  Toolbox
 
   

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Mixing Color for the Web with Sass Justin McDowell explains how can a CSS preprocessor (Sass) shed a new light on your color palettes. Visual Regression Testing with PhantomCSS Jon Bellah gives an excellent introduction into visual regression testing with Phantom CSS. How to Animate "box-shadow" with Silky Smooth Performance Tobias Ahlin shows how to optimize box-shadow animations by moving the rendering to a pseudo-element.  Read more Classy CSS: a Programmatic Approach to Sass Stylesheets Una Kravets introduces Classy CSS (former OOBEMITSCSS), a scalable, modular, and class-based approach to CSS.  Read more Understanding CSS Grids for Modern WordPress Website Design Jenni McKinnon explains how CSS Grids work, why you should use them and how to code your own grids for custom layouts.  Read more Seriously, Don’t Use Icon Fonts Tyler Sticka on why you shouldn’t use icon fonts.  Read more CSS as Readable by Humans Andy Rossi shares a few tips that can improve readability of your CSS.  Read more Cerberus A few simple, but solid patterns for responsive HTML emails.  Check it out Notie. js A clean and simple notification plugin with no external dependencies.  Check it out  Some Inspiration for Pricing Tables Manoela Ilic created a couple of brilliant (responsive, and flexbox-based) pricing table styles for your inspiration. Get inspired
 
   

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Building and Shipping Functional CSS Cole Peters on how you can reduce the size of your CSS using atomic/functional CSS.  Read more Animated SVG vs GIF Sara Soueidan explains in detail why you should use SVG instead of GIFs whenever you can.  Read more From Our Sponsor Be Apart of The Best Conference In Town SET YOURSELF APART. From the freshest thinking in multi-device design to the latest in CSS Grid support, An Event Apart is THE premiere web conference—with the best speakers in the industry, and shows across America in 2016, including our first-ever show in Nashville. Don’t miss it! Register now and save $100 with discount code AEACSSW. Articles & Tutorials Troubleshooting Rendering Performance Issues Harry Roberts shows how to detect, pinpoint, measure, and fix rendering performance issues.  Watch video Streamlining CSS Print Design with Sass Sanders Kleinfeld shares key principles you should put into practice when refactoring your stylesheets using Sass.  Read more Scaled/Proportional Content with CSS and JavaScript Chris Coyier shares a solution for scaling an element (and it’s children) proportionally—retaining its exact layout as it changes size.  Read more CSS Product Magnification — without JavaScript Michael Weaver shows how he created a product magnification widget with pure CSS.  Read more CSS and the Path of Least Resistance Nick Schaden shares three rules he follows to make his CSS management as easy as possible.  Read more Jobs UI Developer at Caktus Hiring UI Developer with background in HTML5/CSS3 to build user interfaces for complex web apps; rapidly prototype user interfaces using tried UX patterns; hone craft in latest techniques of CSS performance, breakpoint standards, flexbox layouts. Ideal candidate also has eye for design.  Apply now Tools CSS Toggle Switch CSS Toggle Switches is a tool that helps you create accessible CSS-only switch components.  Check it out DocumentCSS DocumentCSS is a tool that lets you create live style guides with interactive examples, that change as your design does.  Check it out Inspiration CSS Glowy Disk Spinner Absolutely stunning disk spinner animation created with a couple (71 to be precise) lines of Sass code.  Get inspired
 
   

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Lets Move! Animations can make the web engaging, fast and playful. Used judiciously, they can dramatically improve the user experience. Embrace them! Watch video Why I'm Excited About Native CSS Variables Philip Walton shows some of the things you can do with CSS custom properties that you can’t do with preprocessor variables.  Read more Articles & Tutorials Getting Started With CSS calc() In CSS, calc() can do something that no preprocessor can: mix any kind of units. There are many practical uses of calc() — Ana Tudor shows some of them.  Read more Introducing the CSS Grid Layout spec Rachel Andrew explains the benefits of the upcoming CSS Grid Layout specification.  Read more Animating Your Brand Donovan Hutchinson on how you can add animation to your designs, in a way that’s consistent with other aspects of your brand, such as fonts, colours, layouts and everything else.  Read more An Introduction To PostCSS PostCSS aims to reinvent CSS with an ecosystem of custom plugins and tools. It transforms extended syntaxes and features into modern, browser-friendly CSS.  Read more Twitter’s Heart Animation in Full CSS Nicolas Escoffier explains how he recreated Twitter’s heart animation in pure CSS.  Read more Seriously, Use Icon Fonts Ben Frain explains that icon fonts are a great solution to certain problems, and hence, they’re genuinely useful.  Read more Jobs UI Developer at Caktus Hiring UI Developer with background in HTML5/CSS3 to build user interfaces for complex web apps; rapidly prototype user interfaces using tried UX patterns; hone craft in latest techniques of CSS performance, breakpoint standards, flexbox layouts. Ideal candidate also has eye for design.  Apply now Tools Flexbox Froggy An excellent game for learning flexbox. Fun and educational.  Check it out CSS Cursor A small web app that lets you see different pointer types in CSS.  Check it out Inspiration Atom with GOO & CSS Julien Amblard proves that CSS and SVG can really render and animate amazing things nowadays.  Get inspired
 
   

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Caring about Opentype Features Tim Brown explains what OpenType features are, when to use them, and why they matter. Read more Animation in Responsive Design Val Head demonstrates strategies for getting the most out of animation at any screen size. Read more From Our Sponsor Buddy Buddy, a simple Git hosting with easy CI tools, lets you host, build and deploy apps and websites with little to no effort. Start my free Buddy trial Articles & Tutorials Intuitive Scrolling Interfaces with CSS Scroll Snap Points Simon Codrington gives a nice introduction into the CSS Scroll Snap Points spec. Read more Using Multi-Step Animations and Transitions Geoff Graham on multi-step animations and transitions, fun little tricks we have at our disposal to create rich, dynamic movement in CSS. Read more Blending Modes in CSS: Color Theory and Practical Application Jonathan Cutrell explains how blending modes work, uncovers the math behind them, and looks at the different ways you can implement blending modes using CSS. Read more Battling BEM – 5 Common Problems and How to Avoid Them Whilst BEM is an awesome tool for writing modular CSS, you’ll inevitably hit some roadblocks. David Berner shares some advice on how to resolve them. Read more Star Wars Donovan Hutchinson shows how to recreate the Star Wars movie title from “The Force Awakens” trailer using CSS. Read more Tools Gridly Gridly is a minimal (~157 bytes) grid system for modern browsers. Check it out debugCSS debugCSS is a debugging tool meant to be loaded on an existing page to highlight potentially broken, malformed or legacy (X)HTML. Check it out Inspiration Single Element Pure CSS MacBook Pro Joshua Hibbert shows that you don’t need a lot of HTML elements to create something cool with CSS. Get inspired
 
   

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Being Responsive to the Small Things Jonathan Snook considers the problem of container (or element) queries in the context of responsive web design and looks at the approach taken by current open source JavaScript solutions. Read more Animating Clipped Elements In SVG Dennis Gaebel explains the difference between an SVG clipPath and a CSS clip-path, including examples to guide and inform you through this journey. Read more From Our Sponsor (via Syndicate) Save 20% on Premium Design Resources Now Through December 25 Top design resources beat ugly sweaters every time. Creative Market invites you to save 20% now through December 25th — whether you’re on the nice list or not! Ready to shop? Visit the discount page and grab some of our most popular fonts, graphics & themes. Redeem My 20% Discount Articles & Tutorials Grid, Flexbox, Box Alignment: Our New System for Layout Rachel Andrew unwraps the new paradigms of web layout, comparing their features and showing how they can free us from grid-based, div-infested frameworks. Read more Expressive CSS Expressive CSS is an approach to writing lightweight, scalable CSS using utility classes that are easy to write and understand. Read more Understanding the CSS Modules Methodology Hugo Giraudel introduces CSS Modules Methodology, explains its advantages, and shows how you can get started with it. Read more SVG Icons Are Easy but the Fallbacks Aren't Matt Hinchliffe explains why it’s so hard to create good fallbacks for SVG icons. Read more Foundation 6: an Advanced Template Review Vaclovas Vicius gives a straightforward review of the Foundation 6 framework. Read more Tools ScrollReveal ScrollReveal is a small library that lets you easily create scroll animations for web and mobile browsers. Check it out Flexibility Flexibility is a polyfill for Flexible Box Layout Module Level 1. It will let you design flexible layouts on the web without sacrificing the experience in older (Internet Explorer) browsers. Check it out Inspiration Write What You Know (Now) Give yourself permission to write incomplete and imperfect stories. They’re yours and their value comes from more than technique. Get inspired
 
   

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Content & Display Patterns Dan Mall highlights the benefits of decoupling content and display patterns. Read more Revisiting Firefox’s DevTools Patrick Brosset gives an overview of new features and tools available in Firefox’s DevTools. Read more From Our Sponsor iOS & Xcode Developer Training: Lifetime Subscription Master all of Apple’s major programming tools, from Swift to WatchKit, with lifetime access to a full-spectrum of iOS training. Buy now Articles & Tutorials A Responsive Guide to Type Sizing Erik Jung explains how to set a typographic foundation using a modular scale. Read more Delay The Webkit team have announced that they’re removing the 350-millisecond delay before single taps activate links or buttons, by implementing the touch-action CSS property. Read more Should I use a video as a background? Chris Coyier shares his thoughts on video backgrounds. Read more The New CSS Layout Rachel Andrew explains how Flexbox, CSS Grid Layout and the Box Alignment Model work together to create a new system for layout. Watch video Handling Color Sets with Sass Zsolt Pentz shares a way of handling dynamically changing color sets using Sass. Read more Tools CSS Diff A Chrome extension that lets you easily compare CSS of two HTML elements. Check it out Utility OpenType Simple, CSS utility classes for advanced typographic features. Falls back gracefully through feature queries. Check it out Inspiration Solve the Hard Problems Get good at what you do.  Remember who you’re doing it for and why.  Solve the hard problems. Get inspired
 
   

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Using Layered Animation in CSS to Animate along Curved Paths Tobias Ahlin explains how can you get fine-grained control over an object’s path by using two or more objects to drive an animation.  Read more Blending Modes Demystified Justin McDowell shows how can you, with a few lines of CSS, now flexibly add Photoshop-level blending effects to your designs.  Read more From Our Sponsor Celebrate A Decade Apart!Save $100 on An Event Apart 2016 Set your web design and development skills Apart. Save $100 on any 2- or 3-day An Event Apart conference, including our first Nashville show and our 3-day Special Edition at Disney World Orlando, when you register with code AEACSS, exclusively for CSS Weekly readers.  Register now Articles & Tutorials Reality Is Messy You can’t always make everything as perfect as you’d like it to be. And that’s ok.  Read more Simplest CSS Slideshow Jonathan Snook demonstrates how to create a slideshow without using any JavaScript.  Read more CSS Selectors You Can Use Today Anthony Dillon gives an overview of some potentially lesser known CSS features that have quite good browser support.  Read more Support for Older Versions of Internet Explorer Ends on January 12, 2016 After January 12, 2016, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for older versions of Internet Explorer.  Read more CSS Modules — Solving the Challenges of CSS at Scale Tom Cornilliac on how to overcome the challenges of building and maintaining CSS at scale.  Read more Tools psdiff Git hook to automagically render . PSD files to images, allowing you to visually diff changes.  Check it out CSSketch Plugin that adds CSS support to Sketch 3 for a faster design workflow.  Check it out Inspiration Swiss in CSS Swiss in CSS is a collection of animated posters that pays homage to the International Typographic Style and the designers that pioneered the ideas behind the influential design movement.  Get inspired
 
   

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Variables: The Backbone Of CSS Architecture Karen Menezes discusses preprocessor variables and native CSS variables.  Read more Designing A Product Page Layout with Flexbox Levin Mejia shows how to create a powerful responsive layout for displaying a set of products using flexbox.  Read more From Our Sponsor Find Your Top Developers See why top startups depend on Toptal to connect them with elite developers, hand-picked to match their needs. Work with top developers on an on-demand basis.  Hire a Top Developer Now Articles & Tutorials Everything I Know about Responsive Web Typography with CSS Zell Liew shares his solution for working with responsive web typography.  Read more An Introduction to CSS’s @supports Rule (Feature Queries) Maria Antonietta Perna takes a look at the syntax for the new @supports rule, which allows you to test for browser features, similar to how Modernizr is used.  Read more Influencing Web Layouts with Print Layouts Chris Coyier on why you should draw inspiration from print layouts to create better web layouts.  Read more How I Shrank my CSS by 84kb by Refactoring with ITCSS Jordan Koschei explains how he refactored his CSS with ITCSS methodology.  Read more Neat Trick for CSS object-fit Fallback on Edge (and Other Browsers) Primož Cigler offers a nice object-fit fallback for Edge and other browsers that don’t support it.  Read more Tools Drop. js A library for creating dropdowns and other floating elements.  Check it out Philter A jQuery plugin that gives you the ability to control CSS filters with HTML attributes.  Check it out Inspiration Inspiration Bits I’m starting a new newsletter. It won’t be related to development; it will appeal to your creative side, with an objective to get you fired up and ready to do the work that matters. I call it Inspiration Bits. The first issue is due in a week, and I’d love it if you would join me on a new inspirational journey.  Get inspired
 
   

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earn CSS Layout Mikito Takada walks you through every major concept in CSS layout, and includes dozens of applied examples that illustrate the various concepts. Read more Leaner Responsive Images With Client Hints Responsive images markup can become pretty ugly pretty quickly. Jon Arne Sæterås shares a technique and strategy for leaner responsive images, using Client Hints. Read more From Our Sponsor Build real-time apps. Syncano. Database. Backend. Middleware. Real-time. Support. Start for free! Start Building for Free Articles & Tutorials CSS Refresher Notes Vasanth Krishnamoorthy compiled a nice set of CSS tips & tricks. Read more How to: Pure CSS Masonry Layouts Jhey Tompkins shows how to create a masonry layout without any JavaScript. Read more The Benefits of Inheritance via @Extend in Sass David Nguyen explains how can you use Sass’ @extend feature to make your CSS cleaner, well-structured, and easier to maintain. Read more Aligning your Front End Process A few tips for helping to align your processes across your team to help with consistency in your projects. Read more Revisiting the Float Label pattern with CSS Emil Björklund explains how to create the float label pattern with pure CSS, using :placeholder-shown pseudo selector. Read more Tools Vivus A lightweight JavaScript class (with no dependencies) that allows you to animate SVGs, giving them the appearance of being drawn. Check it out Performance Budget Builder Brad Frost created a simple tool to help you make performance budgets. Check it out Inspiration CSS Game Victor Darras created a simple game using only CSS & HTML. How cool is that? Get inspired
 
   

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Houdini: Maybe The Most Exciting Development In CSS You’ve Never Heard Of Philip Walton explains what the Houdini Task Force is and why you should care about it now.  Read more CSS Typography: Kerning, Ligatures, Swashes & Small-Caps Megan Zlock shows how to embed your web fonts with all of your favorite font features and use them with CSS.  Read more From Our Sponsor Bring Your Team To LIfe Stop losing momentum with reply-to-all wars and buried email messages. Cut to the chase with @mentions and get the answer you need. $0/Unlimited Users.  Get Started Articles & Tutorials Accessible, Simple, Responsive Tables Davide Rizzo reminds us that there’s no single solution to make any  appropriately responsive.  Read more Image Decorations for object-fit Florens Verschelde shows how to use SVG filters to decorate images that have object-fit property applied.   Read more Web Animation Past, Present, and Future Rachel Nabors on the current state of web animation.   Read more Is Web Typography Broken? An in-depth look into Web typography, baselines and Vertical Rhythm by Zell Liew. Read more All the Ways to Add CSS to Angular 2 Components Chris Nwamba gives an overview of the different styling techniques for Angular components. Read more Tools Foundation for Emails 2 A framework for creating responsive HTML emails that work in any email client—even Outlook.    Check it out Datedropper Datedropper is a jQuery plugin that provides a quick and easy way to manage dates for input fields. Check it out Inspiration 2001: A Space Odyssey "Star Gate" Scene Pavel Laptev recreated a legendary 2001: A Space Odysseyscene in pure CSS. Get inspired      
 
   

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Enduring CSS A guide to writing style sheets for large scale, rapidly changing, long-lived web projects by Ben Frain. Read more CSS and Scalability An in-depth guide on writing scalable and maintainable CSS by Adam Morse. Read more From Our Sponsor Set Your Web Skills Apart! Save $100 on An Event Apart 2016 It’s been 10 years since @zeldman and @meyerweb set out to create the web’s premiere conference. A decade on, AEA continues to bring together the sharpest minds in design and development—onstage and off! Save $100 on any 2- or 3-day event with code AEACSS, just for CSS Weekly readers. Set Yourself Apart Articles & Tutorials CSS Custom Properties (Native Variables) In-Depth Serg Gospodarets gives an overview of CSS custom properties (native variables). Read more Annotating Your (Critical) CSS Wladston Ferreira Filho explains how to implement Critical CSS using PostCSS. Read more Building the UI for the new The Times website Pedro Duarte gives behind-the-scenes view to the redesign of the new The Times website. Read more Should I use Grid or Flexbox? Rachel Andrew looks at the differences between CSS Grid Layout and Flexbox. Read more Inline CSS at Khan Academy: Aphrodite Jamie Wong shares the inline styling solution developed at the Khan Academy, the constraints that led to it, and its use in production today. Read more Tools Chosen Chosen is a jQuery plugin that makes long, unwieldy select boxes much more user-friendly. Check it out Select2 Select2 is a jQuery based replacement for select boxes. It supports searching, remote data sets, and infinite scrolling of results. Check it out Inspiration Penrose Hug A very nice visual illusion created with pure CSS. Get inspired
 
   

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Future CSS Joshua Marsh shares some interesting thoughts on the future of CSS.  Read more Pure CSS Games with Counter-Increment Una Kravets shows how can you create games with just CSS.  Read more From Our Sponsor Fast eCommerce starts here The flexible cross-platform eCommerce solution for developers and designers. APIs handling inventory, carts, payments, checkout and more.  Get Started Articles & Tutorials CSS Containment Michael Scharnagl gives an excellent overview of the CSScontain property.  Read more What is the Definition of a “CSS Hack”? Louis Lazaris explains what are CSS hacks and how they’re used in CSS.  Read more How You Can Use Responsive Web Components Today David Berner explores how to create reusable, Responsive Web Components that can adapt and change inside responsive web designs.  Read more A Working SVG Workflow for Accessible Icons Hugo Giraudel shares a simple and automated workflow for creating accessible icons using SVG.  Read more Atomic Classification Trent Walton explains how can you benefit from Atomic Design concepts without always adopting its classification metaphor.  Read more Tools Gutenberg Gutenberg is a flexible and simple–to–use web typography starter kit for web designers and developers.  Check it out RichCSS RichCSS is an Object Oriented CSS framework providing default structures for reusable CSS elements.  Check it out Inspiration Lineard Spineards Goran Rakic created a set of beautiful CSS spinners/loaders.  Get inspired Until Next Week If you like this newsletter, please consider supporting us on Patreon. Thank you! Happy coding,Zoran Jambor
 
   

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Form Validation UX in HTML and CSS Chris Coyier shows how to improve form validation UX with a bit of CSS trickery. Read more Pixel Density, Demystified Peter Nowell explains how pixel density works and how it affects your designs. Read more From Our Sponsor (via Syndicate) ​Stop jumping between apps all day! Rindle empowers you to stream information from the tools you already use, automatically generate tasks, and move them through your workflow with powerful automations. Aggregate tasks from Gmail, Trello, Slack, JIRA, Basecamp, GitHub, and more. Get Instant Access to our Private Beta​ Articles & Tutorials Bootstrap 4: A Visual Guide Carol Skelly created a visual guide that will show you what’s new in Bootstrap 4 as compared to Bootstrap 3. Read more Rationalizing Functional CSS Marcelo Somers shares his thoughts on the merits of functional CSS. Read more How We Did It: Building the New Tuts+ Email Templates Nicole Merlin explains in details how she built the new Tuts+ email templates using HTML and CSS. Read more The Importance of Code Reviews Hugo Giraudel shares his thoughts on code reviews, why he believes they’re an important part of the code shipping process, and how to get started with them. Read more Jobs Get multiple job offers from top companies with 1 application Hired lets you sit back while job offers come to you. When you complete your profile, instantly apply to 3,500+ companies on the platform who will contact you with job offers, including salary and equity up-front. Try Hired Today Tools Drizzle A streamlined tool for developing, documenting and presenting UI pattern libraries. Check it out Lighthouse An auditing and performance metrics tool for Progressive Web Apps. Check it out Inspiration CSS Waving Cubes David Verlangieri created a beautiful and hypnotic CSS animation. Get inspired
 
   

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  Evolution of : Gif without the GIF       Colin Bendell explains how Safari Technology Preview is paving the way for awesome gif-like experiences, without the terrible performance and quality costs associated with GIF files.   Read more Understanding CSS Layout And The Block Formatting Context       Rachel Andrew explains what a Block Formatting Context is, why it works, and how can it help you understand how layout works in CSS.  Read more To your boss, it’s professional development.       To you, it’s like a party, with several hundred of your smartest, most talented friends. Plus twelve of your favorite authors and designers. It’s like hanging out with your bookshelf and your blogroll. Only the food is better. But don’t tell your boss. She thinks you’re working.     Come join us at An Event Apart! Articles & Tutorials Modern Asynchronous CSS Loading Scott Jehl shows how and why you should use rel=preload to load CSS asynchronously.   Read more Manageable Utility Systems with CSS Variables Kasey Bonifacio shows the difference between Sass variables and CSS variables.   Read more Animating Border Stephen Shaw gives an overview of different methods for animating the border property on hover. Read more How Stripe Designs Beautiful Websites Lee Robinson examines the tips and tricks used to make Stripe’s website design a notch above the rest.   Read more The Front-end Checklist Is Just a Tool… Everything Depends on You. David Dias explains why you should integrate The Front-End Checklist into your development cycle.   Read more   Tools   URL to PDF Microservice   A microservice for web page PDF rendering, useful when you need to automatically produce PDF files (like receipts, weekly reports, or invoices).   Check it out wkhtmltopdf   An open source command line tool to render HTML into PDF and various image formats using the Qt WebKit rendering engine.   Check it out   Inspiration Spinning Circles Animation     Paul Grant created a beautiful animation using pure CSS (and some clever element positioning).   Get inspired
 
   

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Building an Enterprise CSS Framework     Stef. Sullivan Rewis shares the thought process behind creating an enterprise CSS Framework.  Read more Styling & Customizing File Inputs the Smart Way     A tutorial on how to style and customize  in a semantic, accessible way using the label element and some JavaScript.  Read more Learn by doing with Code School   With more than 45 courses covering JavaScript, HTML/CSS, Ruby, Git, and iOS, Code School pairs experienced instructors with engaging content.  Start learning now. Back to the :roots A couple of good tips on taming CSS specificity.  Read more   How I Live-Coded My Most-Hearted Pen   Ana Tudor explains the entire thought process of creating a 6hedrons CSS animation in a step-by-step tutorial.  Read more   Elephants, The Three Code Ilities, & Two Months With CSS Modules   Chris Pearce on how can CSS Modules help you create better, maintainable codebase.  Read more   CSS vs SVG: The Final Round(up)   Sara Soueidan compares common CSS techniques to their SVG counterparts.  Read more   Scroll Snapping with CSS Snap Points   Did you know that WebKit now supports paginated scrolling through CSS Snap Points? Read more Modernizr 3   Modernizr is a small piece of JavaScript code that automatically detects the availability of next-generation web technologies in your user’s browsers.  Check it out   ContentTools   A JavaScript library aimed at building WYSIWYG editors for HTML content.  Check it out Family Guy's Brian Griffin in Pure CSS   Rachel Bull recreated Brian Griffin from Family Guy in pure CSS.  Get inspired
 
   

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Why You Shouldn’t Ignore the Bigger Breakpoints in Responsive Web Design Rob Lafratta talks about why you should give more attention to the big screens. Read more Flexbox For Interfaces All The Way: Tracks Case Study In this case study, Dennis Gaebel Jr provides examples of how flexbox can be used in production and what fallback you can choose today. Read more From Our Sponsor Mobile Design Book Learn the design fundamentals for building a successful mobile app, as well as harnessing the power of emotion. Buy now Articles & Tutorials Build an Accordion Without JavaScript Michael Weaver shows a simple technique for building an accordion with pure CSS. Read more The Making of the CSS-Tricks Logo Easter Egg Animation Sarah Drasner explains how she created the CSS-Tricks Logo Easter egg logo morph animation. Read more Things to NOT Avoid When Writing CSS Mihael Šafarić shares his views on how to write efficient and maintainable CSS. Read more Three Years with CSS Grid Layout Rachel Andrew reflects back at the past three years of writing and speaking about the CSS Grid Layout Specification. Read more Don't Use Gradient Generators Ana Tudor on why you should avoid code generators. Read more Tools Cloc Cloc (Count Lines of Code) is a tool that counts lines of source code in many programming languages. Check it out Segment A JavaScript library (without dependencies) that will help you draw and animate SVG path strokes. Check it out Inspiration Build It Up (Pure CSS) Another impressive CSS demo by Ana Tudor. Get inspired
 
   

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How Our CSS Framework Helps Enforce Accessibility Ian McBurnie shows how can you enforce solid foundations for accessible UI controls and widgets using CSS attribute selectors. Read more The New Favicon Craig Hockenberry shares the lessons learned while creating the favicon for the latest Safari release. Read more From Our Sponsor Mobile Design Book Learn the design fundamentals for building a successful mobile app, as well as harnessing the power of emotion. Buy now Articles & Tutorials Writing CSS on Growing Teams Writing strong, modular CSS as your team grows is less about the CSS, and more about the process. Read more How to Build Responsive Images with Srcset Saurabh Kirtani explains how to build responsive images on the web using srcset attribute. Read more Loading Web Fonts with the Web Font Loader Robin Rendle outlines differences between FOUT and FOIT font loading approaches, and explains why is FOUT a better choice. Read more Tips for Creating and Exporting Better SVGs for the Web Sara Soueidan shares some steps that you can take to make the generated SVG code cleaner. Read more Why Is It so Hard to Find a Front End Developer? Because being a good Front End developer is hard — probably a lot harder than people might think. Read more Jobs UI Developer at Caktus Hiring UI Developer with background in HTML5/CSS3 to build user interfaces for complex web apps; rapidly prototype user interfaces using tried UX patterns; hone craft in latest techniques of CSS performance, breakpoint standards, flexbox layouts. Ideal candidate also has eye for design. Apply now Tools Nudge Nudge is an opinionated, ITCSS-compatible library that detects misuse of certain CSS selectors, and gives developers a subtle nudge to fix them. Check it out Cropper Cropper is a simple jQuery image cropping plugin with excellent browser support. Check it out Inspiration Warp Drive! Jamie Coulter created an experimental, stunning, pure CSS 3D radial menu. WebKit only, unfortunately. Get inspired
 
   
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