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This is by far the biggest deep dive I’ve seen on CSS Variables posted to the web and it’s merely Chapter One of complete e-book on the topic.
Truth is, I’m still on the thick of reading through this myself, but had to stop somewhere in the middle to write this up and share it because it’s just that gosh-darned useful. For example, the post goes into great detail on three specific use cases for CSS Variables and breaks the …
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Plenty of tutorials exist that do a great job in explaining how Vue’s official routing library, vue-router, can be integrated into an existing Vue application.
vue-router does a fantastic job by providing us with the items needed to map an application’s components to different browser URL routes.
But, simple applications often don’t need a fully fledged routing library like
vue-router. In this article, we’ll build a simple custom client-side router with Vue. By doing so, we’ll gather an …
One thing that isn’t usually controversial: it’s fast. AMP pages are damn performant. Even that, though, is contentious. Ferdy Christant notes:
Technically correct AMP pages will perform very similar to any non-horrible web page.
The difference between AMP performing instantly and …
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There is a quote that I bet every one of you has heard many times. You know the one. The one that reminds you how hard naming is.
Let’s talk names.
We talk often about how hard naming is, but it’s less common see people talk about how to get better at it. Even naming philosophies lend structure to naming, but don’t pick names for you. Names are more than just some hard thing we get needlessly caught up in. …