Collective #446

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Inspirational Website of the Week: Robin Mastromarino

Some interesting distortion effects and a dynamic design. Our pick this week.

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A curated collection of inspirational AI-powered JavaScript apps.

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An experimental shim for import and export that allows you to use JavaScript modules in all browsers.

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Super-Powered Grid Components with CSS Custom Properties

Michelle Barker shows how to use CSS Grid with variables at a component level.

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Piet Mondrian

A tutorial on how to code a nice recreation of a Mondrian-like art piece. By Tim Holman.

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Solving Container Queries Today

A great talk by Greg Whitworth at CSS Day 2018.

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The Fall of NeoDubai

An experimental WebGL cyberpunk 3D music clip made by Martin Laxenaire.

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Reduce JavaScript Payloads with Code Splitting

An article by Jeremy Wagner and Addy Osmani where you can learn all about how code splitting can help with your site’s performance.

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Free Font: Sanös

A beautiful handwritten brush font by WildOnes Design.

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Progressive Web-First Apps

Dion Almaer writes about why it makes sense to start with a PWA experience for your new idea.

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The MIT license (with personal exceptions)

Jamie Kyle’s modified MIT license that excludes certain companies.

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Why Love Generative Art?

A wonderful article on the beauty and importance of generative art. By Jason Bailey.

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In case you didn’t know about it yet: RSSHub is a lightweight and extensible RSS feed aggregator that can generate feeds from pretty much anything.

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A renderless rich-text editor for Vue.js based on Prosemirror.

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Web Graphic Experiments

In case you didn’t see them yet: All web graphic experiments by Keita Yamada in one place.

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Magic Instruments

These instruments you can play with other people on the web. By Sara Viera.

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Progressive Disclosure with CSS

Ricardo Prieto shows how to make a CSS-powered form with progressive disclosure.

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Best Practices For Mobile Form Design

Nick Babich offers useful advice for better mobile form design.

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Create Your Design System, Part 4: Spacing

Sebastiano Guerriero shows how to set a spacing system in CSS, and how to take advantage of relative units to handle responsiveness.

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How to use Git efficiently

Some helpful advice on making the best use of Git. By Aditya Sridhar.

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Collective #446 was written by Pedro Botelho and published on Codrops.

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