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An extremely useful example of building a layout with full-bleed elements, while one element stays stuck to the top!
In this article, Uri Paz explains how a site complying with accessibility guidelines may still present usability issues when testing with real users. Find out how weaving accessibility best practices with usability testing, can help as many people as possible to fully use your site.
Amplify always had a CLI that helps you build projects by setting up stuff like auth, storage, and APIs. That’s super useful, but now, you can do those things with the new Admin UI. And more, like model your data (!!), right from a local UI.
In the product-focused world of development, it can be easy to forget the joy of making for the sake of making. By dropping the ‘Why’ and ‘How’, and focusing instead on the ‘What’ of weird, wonderful ideas, you can nurture a totally different side to your skill sets.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of the new features of Vue 3! We’re also going be taking a look at some of the changes to the existing features.
In this article, we will learn how to build a Jamstack application using the combined-power of Netlify, Gatsby & Fauna!
Earlier this week, Google announced that they will officially start using a subset of web performance metrics known as Core Web Vitals as part of their search ranking calculations starting in May 2021. This is huge, positive news in the perf & SEO worlds.
In this weeks podcast, Chris & Dave try to work out Auth and OAuth with Nuxt, they fix a fixed header issue, look at more on Apple's M1 processor, and a blog post reading of the Truths about Digital Accessibility.
In this article, we’ll see how to create an area chart with CSS, using a semantic and accessible HTML foundation.
GraphQL is a powerful query language for APIs and a runtime for resolving queries with data. This tutorial provides a nice overview before diving into the basics.
Let’s look at eight different ways we can use the
A great article, arguing for more flexibility for customization and account of user preferences when working on the web, especially in the framework landscape.