Geeky, cool and super-fun to browse. This website design has the right amount of exciting details and innovative effects. Our pick this week.
We combine an industry-leading matching algorithm with human relationships and support to help you find the best candidate (or job), fast.
Learn about priority hints that indicate the relative importance of resources to the browser. They can enable optimal loading and improve Core Web Vitals.
A tool made by the team of Calibre that helps check critical site speed and website quality metrics instantly.
In this post Cosima Mielke takes a look at common problems and use cases we all have to face in our work and how to solve them with modern CSS.
In case you missed it: Relive classic 1990s Mac and PC screensavers like Flying Toasters and Aquatic Realm, remade using modern CSS techniques.
WebAssembly meets 16000 HTML checkboxes. By Andrew Healey.
Learn all about vscode.dev Visual Studio Code for the Web.
Michelle BArker shares some thoughts on “too clever” CSS solutions and why they might be sub-optimal.
An interactive tutorial on neural networks for beginners. Build a neural network step-by-step, or just play with one, no prior knowledge needed.
Dave Rupert shares his talk he held at An Event Apart’s Spring Summit.
Paul Henschel’s reimplementation of Aristide Benoist’s website scroll layout using drei.
Brad Frost clarifies the difference between “dark mode” and “components rendered on a dark background”.
Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program. It synchronizes files between two or more computers in real time, safely.
Another great resource by Dave Rupert: a little paint worklet that facilitates the usage of Alpha transparency on any color in CSS.
A coding session where you will learn to recreate the particles animation seen on DNA capital using Three.js.
An experimental typography animation based on a kinetic type design by Domagoj Štrok where words get duplicated several times.