When you want to optimize a website’s performance manually, without using a ready-made approach like AMP, what are the key steps you need to take?
Now that you’ve had a taste of CSS math functions I hope they inspire you, or convince you to start using stable properties and experiment with the bleeding edge ones. If you’re using calc() or have experimented with min() and max() please let us know in the comments. Happy coding!
In the introductory post for this series we spoke a little about how web designers can benefit by using Vue. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to get Vue up and running, whilst answering some initial questions you may have.
With motion on the rise amongst web developers so too are the tools that help to streamline its creation. Haiku is a stand-alone application available to Mac users and also available as an in-browser option. By its own description “Design imaginative UI components that snap into any web app. Code optional.” In this article we’ll look over this new tooling available to motion lovers of all kinds; let’s dive in and explore all that is Haiku!
Google’s AMP is a very useful collection of plug-and-play code to help you optimize your website. But there are times when you might want to go it alone. In our new course, Optimize Your Website Without AMP, you’ll learn why you might decide not to use AMP in certain circumstances, and how you can do just as good an optimization job using other techniques.
You’ve probably already heard about Foundation, an amazing collection of frameworks created by ZURB. But do you know about the ZURB Stack?
GitHub is a great place to find projects that are freely distributed to the public, but have you ever starred a repo only to forget how cool and useful it could be? In this article I’ll bring to light some fantastic projects freely available on GItHub that have a strong focus on helping animators building motion for the web.
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