Top picks — 2016 February
Internet is full of interesting, useful or funny things. I would like to share with you my top picks from this month.
Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator, A New Open Source Tool #
Nadav Soferman on Smashing Magazine presented a game changer in world of responsive images. Article is worth to read and tool work to use. Try it yourself!
CSS Best Practices #
Who can give you better CSS advices than one of the spec creators? It’s collection of very practical advices server by @fantasai.
Next generation of plugins is coming. This is a micro plugin with giga potential. I’m going to use it and compare it with on of my favourite Content Generator.
Case Study: Our SVG Icon Process #
Very detailed SVG icons sprites workflow. It includes well described build process and takes accessibility into consideration. The best SVG icons system that I came across so far.
CSS Variables: Why Should You Care? #
CSS Variables (officially called custom properties) becoming a reality. They work in Firefox for some time and they are coming in next stable release of Google Chrome. Why should you care?
I’m guilty of being a constant “life improvement machine”. This article is array of golden advices from Dr. Axel Rauschmayer.
Issue and Pull Request templates #
Github creators started to listen a community and we got a new feature - Issue and Pull Request templates. It is super helpful for bigger projects when people don’t follow the convention created by maintainers. We can see the quick adoption of these feature by many big projects.
Unpacking Webpack #
Neil Gaiman 2012 Commencement Speech “Make Good Art” #
If you need a portion of inspiration in your life, you won’t regret this 20 minutes speech.