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One of Git’s greatest features is that it allows you to undo almost anything. However, it requires quite some experience to know how exactly to undo your particular kind of mess. Tower now allows you to undo virtually anything – simply by pressing CMD+Z!
Video games have been onboarding users for a long time, since the 80s to be exact. By designing product onboardings more like video games, we force ourselves to deliver a better experience through the journey, instead of focusing on the destination.
This tutorial is for illustrators who also happen to be passionate car enthusiasts. If you follow along, you will learn how to draw from scratch in Sketch the legendary Porsche 911 — all in vectors.
In this tutorial, we'll learn about managing our styles in a component-specific manner, otherwise knows as CSS-in-JS.
In this tutorial, Timi Omoyeni explains what you need to keep in mind when building a desktop application with Vue.js using the Vue CLI Plugin Electron Builder.
Apple said this week that it declined to implement 16 new web technologies (Web APIs) in Safari because they posed a threat to user privacy by opening new avenues for user fingerprinting.
In this article, Harris will walk you through the process of analyzing a wireframe from an accessibility perspective and making coding decisions to optimize for accessibility in both design and development phases.
In-office and remote work are different platforms of work. And right now, what we’re seeing a lot of companies attempt to port local work methods to working remotely.
What is it 'inline-block' actually useful for? When do you pick it over other, perhaps similar, options?
In this article, we are going to be looking at how to use Chakra UI and NuxtJS in building accessible front-end applications.