Collective #465

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A very inspiring article by Haraldur Thorleifsson on the paramount importance of inclusion.

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4 ways to uncover the reasons why people leave your website

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The 101 Course on Crafting 404 Pages

Shelby Rogers explains why making an effort with a 404 page could better your website’s chances of people coming back despite the inconvenience, and how to track those errors to reduce how often people see it.

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Building A Game With SVG and JavaScript with Amelia Bellamy-Royds

Amelia Bellamy-Royds walks through a demo of her great book Using SVG with CSS3 and HTML5.

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An Annotated webpack 4 Config for Frontend Web Development

Andrew Welch shares a complete real-world production example of a sophisticated web­pack 4 config.

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The Evolution of Async JavaScript: From Callbacks, to Promises, to Async/Await

Great article and video on Async JavaScript as part of Tyler McGinnis’ Advanced JavaScript course.

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A fantastic Deep Learning based project for colorizing and restoring old images.

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Eva Icons

Eva Icons is a pack of more than 480 beautifully crafted Open Source icons for common actions and items.

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#codevember 3/2018 – Flying Carrot

Noel Delgado’s adorable contribution to the #codevember challenge.

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Glorious Demo

With this library you can create animations to show your code in action.

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The Guten, the Berg, and the Ugly

Samuel Levy’s witty article where he shares his thoughts on the WordPress Gutenberg editor.

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In case you didn’t know about it yet: Waveguide is a curated design knowledge base with thousands of UI UX patterns, mobile patterns examples, landing page inspiration and more.

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Thomas Ollivier’s wonderful project that portraits current internet technology as pre-internet technology.

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The cross-browser custom scrollbars library with native scroll got a major update.

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80s Action Figure Logos

Some great old-school logo inspiration from the 80s compiled by FigureRealm.

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Redesigning your product and website for dark mode

Andy Clarke shares some tips for designing a dark mode version of your product or website to ensure you maintain accessibility and readability.

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Enforcing Accessibility Best Practices with Component PropTypes

Brad Frost writes about how React’s PropTypes and isRequired gives us an opportunity to enforce accessibility best practices.

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The 6th annual GitHub game jam has started – get involved and check out our Phaser resources.

Richard Davey reminds us of GitHub’s Game Off challenge and shares some resources on using Phaser for building a game.

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Apple’s New Map

Justin O’Beirne’s essay on how Apple might have just closed the gap with Google’s map.

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Have you ever been lonely?

Gerard Ferrandez and Angelo Plessas created this artsy dancing robot demo.

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Algojammer is an experimental, proof-of-concept code editor for writing algorithms in Python. By Chris Knott.

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Generating custom photo-realistic faces using AI

Shaobo Guan’s fantastic project of controlled image synthesis and editing using a novel method to control the generation process of a unsupervisedly-trained generative model. Check out the repo.

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#codevember – 1 – Infinity

Johan Karlsson “Infinity” contribution to the first day of the #codevember challenge.

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A WYSIWYG editor for creating and editing formatted texts in HTML files.

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A fantastic Halloween demo by Karim Maaloul.

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Collective #465 was written by Pedro Botelho and published on Codrops.

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