Top picks — 2016 June
Internet is full of interesting, useful or funny things. I would like to share with you my top picks from this month.
CSS Will Change Module Level 1
I took me a while to understand
will-change property. It clicked when I asked Paul Lewis from Google when I bumped into him at some London conference. Finally there is a piece of spec dedicated to this tricky one-liner. If you are into crazy CSS transitions and animations and you have never heard of this property, give it a quick glance to boost performance of your effects.
Linear algebra for game developers
Do you remember a very basic linear algebra from school times? If yes, you may consider to jump to game development my friend. It is extremely interesting read about usage of linear equations in world of game makers.
CSS Modules Demos
If you are totally new to CSS Modules, ruanyf made this very helpful tutorial series available to clone and playground with it. Every single example is well described and explained. So helpful my friend — thanks a lot!
This is not the best place to look for some creative inspiration but today I need to make an exception. This website blown my mind by the wicked ideas that I experienced with every single click. Just check it!
I feel guilty of being hater of one of these X language, X operating system, X method of doing things choices. This article gave me a great point of view and I commit myself to stop this bullshit. You do it too please. Really inspiring article by @aurynn.
Form Validation UX in HTML and CSS
The Essential Meta Tags for Social Media
Implementation of meta tags required to correctly present your content in social media has always been tricky. Open graph and Twitter cards meta tags look almost as messy as the code required to correctly implement a favicon that works great on all devices. This blog post sums things up really well and as final result we ended up with just five lines of code. Great quick read for all social media users.comments powered by Disqus