CSS mixins with @apply rule

I'm excited about a recently added CSS features. Previously we discussed custom properties, now it's a time to talk about mixins using the @apply rule.

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Liquid video

Make your iframe videos from YouTube or Vimeo responsive with ease with simple script that I published recently - Liquid video.

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Top picks — 2016 March

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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Manipulate JavaScript Arrays like a boss

JavaScript arrays come with many useful methods. Mastering them can make you a much more efficient programmer. Let's have a look at a few of them.

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Git tip - How to stage a hunk of code via the command line

GUI Git clients allow you to stage selected lines of code very easily. You may not know that but doing this in the command line isn't much more difficult.

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My first year of blogging

Exactly one year ago I published my first article. I'm not going to stop here that's for sure. Nothing went wrong, so let me share with you what went well.

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Top picks — 2016 February

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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CSS Custom Properties explained

CSS Custom Properties (colloquially known as a CSS Variables) are around the corner. Let's embrace the power of a feature that we've been waiting years for.

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What's new in ECMAScript 2016 (ES7)

ES2015 brought a lot of large-scale features to the language. The new release process is going to introduce a few small bits every year. Here's what's new in ES2016.

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Top picks — 2016 January

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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