By applying some math you can give an element that you’re dragging around a more natural feel … See the Pen Sigmoid-2 by Nash Vail (@nashvail) on CodePen. How to fix dragging animation in UI with simple math →
I like using data attributes in my markup (data-*), CSS ([data-*]), and JS (el.dataset). This post on CSS-Tricks writes down exactly how I use them. Especially the different type of attribute selectors are really powerful: // Seven different types of CSS attribute selectors // This attribute exists on the element [value] // This attribute has […]
To get the full details behind Redux, Sorin Nunca has recreated it using PHP: As I usually try to understand the tools I’m using, the following tries to be a toy implementation of Redux in PHP, in the hopes of gaining a deeper understanding of the concepts behind Redux. Also covers combineReducers. Redux in 30 […]
Brad Westfall from React Training on why the React hook useEffect(fn, ) is not the same as componentDidMount(): When developers start learning hooks having come from classes, they tend to think “I need to run some code once when we mount, like how componentDidMount() works. Ah, I see that useEffect with an empty dependency array […]
Nice demo/explainer by Louis Hoebregts on how to generate a pattern of Connected Vertices using p5.js 💁♂️ Use the included slider to advance the steps.
deno.town is a REPL to play with the aforementioned Deno, a new take on Node as if it were designed today. deno.town → ⁉️ If you’re looking for a shorter intro to Deno, this talk by Bert Belder at DotJS has got you covered:
In this article, we will focus on the security side of the framework. We will be dividing the article into the following sections: Securing app to server connection Securing local data Advanced integrity checks Securing React Native Applications →