The following article captures the process of building the Million Developers microsite for Netlify. This project was built by a few folks and we’ve captured some parts of the process of building it here.
It's fairly simple to learn the concepts and implement Redux in a simple app. Going from a simple counter app to a real-world app, however, can be quite the jump!
TypeScript is incredibly powerful, but is often difficult to read for beginners and carries the overhead of needing a compilation step before it can run in a browser. Let's take a more detailed look!
Meet Smashing Magazines' Smart Interface Design Patterns Checklist Cards, a deck of 100 cards with questions to ask when designing and building any interface component
In this article, we’ll address the current problems with importing data and discuss a few key product features that are necessary to consider if you’re faced with a decision to build an in-house solution.
In the following guide, you’ll learn how to proactively use product tours to onboard users into a new and complex UX, and how to familiarize them with UI functionality without boring them, using a typical React app.
This article will take you through how to build a Svelte-powered static blog with Sapper and Strapi, as well as how to deploy the website to Netlify.
A neat look into some considerations to make when structuring HTML headings.
A look at web components and web component libraries, when and why you should use a framework vs vanilla HTML/CSS/JS, how to make phone numbers more accessible, trying to figure out state, and some thoughts on SVG memory usage.
Trying to stamp out poor text contrast on background images is a lot like playing Whac-a-Mole. Instead of guessing, we can solve this problem with HTML
<canvas> and a little bit of math.