A type tool by Jeremy Church
How to Use
I like to enter the base font-size for paragraph text. Then I select from the surrounding values for headers and small text.
There are no rules. Just experiment and have fun. Try using the values for line-height, margins or whatever, and see what works.
Feather is a collection of simply beautiful open source icons. Each icon is designed on a 24x24 grid with an emphasis on simplicity, consistency and readability.
Browser support tables for modern web technologies
Programming time, dates, timezones, recurring events, leap seconds... everything is pretty terrible.
The common refrain in the industry is Just use UTC! Just use UTC! And that's correct... sort of. But if you're stuck building software that deals with time, there's so much more to consider.
It's time... to talk about time.
As programmers, we’re kind of inherently built to want the ABSOLUTE BEST HIGHEST FIDELITY FORMATS OF ALL TIME. Like dammit, I need the timestamp down to the micromillinanosecond for every cheeseburger that gets added to my bespoke Watch-The-BK-Throne app. If I do not have this exact knowledge to the millisecond of when I consumed this BBQ Bacon WHOPPER® Sandwich From Burger King® I may die. ❧
I totally want this as a Post Kind on my website now!
Annotated on March 03, 2020 at 07:28PM
What was designed to reduce harassment could be a perfect recipe for the spread of unchallenged fake news and echo chambers.
Writing CSS is hard, especially at scale.
CSS Stats provides analytics and visualizations for your stylesheets. This information can be used to improve consistency in your design, track performance of your app, and diagnose complex areas before it snowballs out of control.
If you build websites, you inevitably run into problems. We want to hear about it!
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February 22, 2020 at 12:00PM- February 22, 2020 at 02:00PM
See whether you make the kinds of mistakes that can cost poor families food or health insurance.
From a web development perspective, I love the way the mail in this article moves as you scroll. It adds to the overall effect of the story here.
Originally bookmarked on January 29, 2020 at 06:39AM
Debates about how to structure these programs have long been influenced by a related economic assumption: The more people really need a benefit, the more effort they’ll put into getting it. “For decades, economists had this view that burdens could quote-‘help’ separate out those that are what one calls truly disadvantaged versus those who might be more marginally needy,” said Hilary Hoynes, a professor of public policy and economics at the University of California, Berkeley. “Our current research suggests it could be exactly the opposite.” These burdens, she suggested, may instead be tripping up the worst off: hourly workers who can’t shuffle their schedules for a meeting; parents dealing with domestic violence, disabilities or low literacy; families without bank accounts to automate monthly payments; households already facing unpaid bills and late notices when another urgent letter arrives in the mail. ❧
Annotated on February 04, 2020 at 11:12AM
It can be easier to apply for farm subsidies than it is to get SNAP benefits, said Joel Berg, a former official with the Department of Agriculture, the agency that administers both programs. ❧
Annotated on February 04, 2020 at 11:14AM
It’s got useful sections for specs, browsers, and tools. It also had @rachelandrew, @jensimmons, @adactio, and you, so it can’t be all bad.
Because I'm grouchy about the "everyone uses npm" discourse today, I just wanna remind people the— Kate Compton, actual doctor of weird ai (@GalaxyKate) January 30, 2020
YOU CAN STILL MAKE WEBSITES IN WHATEVER TOOLS YOU WANT
HTML + JS and a lil vanilla CSS? Just HTML and some gifs? Heckin' ASCII?
Also theres a club for ithttps://t.co/49BbwQWpXD
a copy of my .opml file . Contribute to sturobson/myRSS development by creating an account on GitHub.
A collection of over 795 RSS feeds for web developers, updated monthly - simevidas/web-dev-feeds
Twenty years ago I saw in the Millennium, at home recovering from flu. My daughter was a toddler, I had no money, and was just beginning my career in web design. I had no idea what building websites would lead to, or what the web would look like 20 years on.
As I’ve continued to work on the theme that I’m planning to use after Standard (and that I’ hoping to begin dogfooding within the next month or so), there have been a couple of features that I’ve wanted to implement for the sake of styling. For example, there are times where I want to be abl...