Collective #528

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Asynchronous boundary detection for lazy-loading, infinite scroll and more. By Christopher Cavalea.

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What is the Best Domain Name for a Developer?

Own the domain that took the dev world by storm in 2019! The .DEV domain is perfect for your coding projects, your personal website, or your GitHub.

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A global phone number validation and lookup JSON API that supports 232 countries.

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CSS Animation Worklet API

The first draft of the CSS Animation Worklet API that allows for running scripted animations without impacting the main thread.

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Using Basis Textures in Three.js

Learn about the new Basis Universal image format that was designed to produce very small file sizes and to be decoded on graphic cards instead of the CPU. An article by Ada Rose Cannon.

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Different Approaches for Creating a Staggered Animation

Daniel Benmore explores how to pull off staggered animations using different methods.

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CSS Custom Properties In The Cascade

In this article, Miriam Suzanne takes a deeper dive into the ‘CSS Custom Properties for Cascading Variables’ specification to ask, “Why are they called custom properties, how do they work in the cascade, and what else can we do with them?”

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36 Days of Type – Reflector Digital

The amazing contributions of the Reflector Digital team to the 36 Days of Type project.

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HTML can do that?

Ananya Neogi collects some amazing things you can do with just HTML.

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Building a Conference Schedule with CSS Grid

Mark Root-Wiley shows how to pull off a very practical use case for CSS grid.

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The Secret of Good Electron Apps

James Long created an excellent base project to encourage people to create truly local Electron apps.

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A gamified learning platform to help you become a web developer. Read more about it in this tweet.

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A utility package for managing Dark Mode on the web. By the Assortment team.

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How accessibility trees inform assistive tech

Hidde de Vries takes a look at how “good” client-side code improves the experience of users of assistive technologies, and how we can use accessibility trees to help verify our work on the user experience.

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In case you didn’t know about it: easy HTTP status code pages with meaningful cat images.

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Pipes w/ Zdog + GSAP

A cool Zdog experiment coded by Jhey.

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URL Pages

URL Pages is a proof of concept that works by storing the entire contents of a web page in the URL.

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Data visualization

A set of guidelines for good data visualization as part of Google’s Material Design.

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A small set of global CSS rules to make things accessible and reset default styling. By Mike Engel.

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GANPaint Studio

GANPaint Studio is a glimpse into the future of creative tools. It provides semantic photo manipulation with a generative image prior.

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Drag & Drop

A beautiful drag and drop interface made by Aaron Iker.

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Learning Synths

Learn about synthesizers via Ableton’s interactive website. Play with a synth in your browser and learn to use the various parts of a synth to make your own sounds.

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B/W Creative Coding Animations

Some creative interactive coding experiments made by David Darx.

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ProGram is a CLI based, self-hosted photo sharing app.

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Collective #528 was written by Pedro Botelho and published on Codrops.

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