Collective #385

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CSS Gridish

A tool from IBM that helps teams adopt CSS grid sooner and that enables the creation of more complex layouts. Read more about it in this article.

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Using CSS Clip Path to Create Interactive Effects

Learn how to make some creative clip-path effects in this article by Mikael Ainalem.

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Recreating the GitHub Contribution Graph with CSS Grid Layout

A great tutorial by Ire Aderinokun where she challenges herself to create the GitHub contribution graph with CSS Grid.

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React, Redux and JavaScript Architecture

In case you missed it: James Sinclair shows how to write good React and Redux code, but explains first why you’d actually want to use it.

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Grid Experiment No. 4

Jules Forrest shows a beautiful CSS grid example of a menu.

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Streamline UX

50 fantastic free illustrations from the Streamline UX vector illustration pack.

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Facebook just open-sourced Detectron, a software system that implements state-of-the-art object detection algorithms.

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A creative tubugl font rendering demo of twisting letters made by Kenji Saito.

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How I Got Hired by GitHub

Joel Califa shares the design homework that landed him the job at GitHub.

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A simplified zero-configuration wrapper around Karma, Webpack, Jasmine and Puppeteer for automatic (headless) browser testing.

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A GraphQL Primer: Why We Need A New Kind Of API (Part 1)

Learn how to work with GraphQL in this first article of a two-part series by Eric Baer.

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Free Font: College Stencil

Inspired by the architecture of College de France, Corentin Riviere created this creative typeface.

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Interesting ECMAScript 2017 proposals that weren’t adopted

Kaelan Cooter writes about the ECMAScript proposal process and showcases some proposals that didn’t become part of the language.

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Handwritten Font Collection

A fantastic free set of beautiful handwritten fonts that fit perfectly together. By Julia Dreams.

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Multiple routes, bundling and lazy-loading with webpack

Sérgio Gomes shares some thoughts and code on bundling with multiple entry points in webpack.

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Learn Flexbox for free

In these 12 interactive screencasts you’ll learn everything about CSS Flexbox. By Per Harald Borgen.

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A zero-configuration developer toolkit for building WordPress Gutenberg block plugins without configuring React, Webpack, ES6/7/8/Next, ESLint, Babel, etc. By Ahmad Awais.

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Firefox 58: The Quantum Era Continues

Read about some of the new goodies that Firefox 58 brings.

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Collective #385 was written by Pedro Botelho and published on Codrops.

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