I don’t follow many podcasts to be honest. I can count the number of followed ones on one hand: exactly 5. As I tend to listen to music throughout the day, 3 out of those 5 are music-related podcasts, featuring mixes by DJs — Great way to discover new music (still miss you, BeyondJazz!).
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the web’s core styling language. For web developers, It’s one of the quickest technologies to get started with, but one of the hardest to master. Follow Una Kravets and Adam Argyle, Developer Advocates from Google, who gleefully breakdown complex aspects of CSS into digestible episodes covering everything from accessibility to z-index.
I chimed in at the end of its first season and have been listening every since, very good content. It’s quite fast-paced, so you’ll need to direct your full attention to it though.
The latest episode of the show is about CSS Scroll-Timeline, something I’ve been writing, tweeting, and speaking about a lot ever since I discovered it mid-January (after seeing a tweet by Adam on it).
🤩 I’m very excited about this episode, especially since my talk covering Scroll-Timeline was picked up and got featured in it.
🆕 #CSSpodcast on @\scroll-timeline!— Chrome Developers (@ChromiumDev) June 8, 2021
Learn about scroll-linked vs scroll-triggered animation and how to orchestrate scroll interactions with CSS
Polyfill https://t.co/nWl9hBxX5X @bramus slides https://t.co/0K4XZ4Ilpr pic.twitter.com/giGfa1dKBe
Here are the direct links to the visualisations mentioned in the episode:
💁♂️ More info, context, and a ton demos can be found in my talk on the subject.