Collective #491

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New JavaScript Features That Will Change How You Write Regex

Faraz Kelhini explains the new JavaScript features that enhance text processing capabilities.

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Vue.js 2 Cookbook: Build modern, interactive web applications with Vue.js

101 hands-on recipes that teach you how to build professional, structured web apps with Vue.js.

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IVID is an interactive video player for modern browsers that is easy to setup and use.

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Paint the Picture, Not the Frame: How Browsers Provide Everything Users Need

A very interesting article by Eric Bailey Every on how adjustments to the appearance and behavior of the features browsers can come at the expense of alienating users.

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Vue 2.6 released

Evan You writes about all the new features that come with this update of Vue.

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A tool that lets you capture screenshots of websites.

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A WebGL path tracing voxel renderer built with regl.

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The Story of Technology Built at Active Theory

Read about the interesting tools that were developed at Active Theory for streamlining their workflow.

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Hacker Tools

Learn to make the most of the tools that hackers have been using for decades.

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Position: stuck; – and a Way to Fix It

Dannie Vinther writes about the shortcomings of position: sticky when working with overflow.

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SVG Filters are 💕

An amazing SVG filters demo by yoksel as part of her latest talk.

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CSS Remedy

Start your project with a remedy for the technical debt of CSS.

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Contrast illusion, negative space animation

A beautiful collection of demos by Kunuk Nykjaer.

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Make it Boring

Jeremy Wagner explains why “boring” can be preferable to “exciting” when it comes to front-end development.

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Lightweight and without any external dependencies, qoa enables you to receive various types of user input through a set of intuitive, interactive and verbose command-line prompts.

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Third Party Web

A summary of which third party scripts are most responsible for excessive JavaScript execution on the web.

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User owned projects—your personal workspace

Learn about user owned project boards, GitHub’s latest release.

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GitHub Organization Issues Link

A Chrome extension that adds an Issues tab and lets you browse all issues of an organization.

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Canvas Times Tables (Circles)

A fantastic demo for the February 2019 CodePen Challenge on shapes.

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Vue.js App Performance Optimization Part 1

Filip Rakowski’s first article in a series on Vue performance optimization techniques.

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Dear web developers: set the font color, too

Steven Luu on the importance of setting the text color and background color of form inputs.

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How to set up your Mac for Web Development

Michael Uloth guides us through the minimum setup for getting up and running with JavaScript-based web development on a Mac.

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Text Distortion Effects using Blotter.js

Some text distortion experiments using the Blotter.js library. The idea is to distort text as we scroll or move the mouse.

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Collective #491 was written by Pedro Botelho and published on Codrops.

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