Category : Web Design Tutorials

Web Design Tutorials / Blog - 7 months ago

A Quick Roundup of Recent React Chatter

By Geoff Graham On June 12, 2018 react Like many, many others, I'm in the pool of leveling up my JavaScript skills and learning how to put React to use. That's why Brad Frost resonated with me when he posted My Struggle to Learn React." As Br...

Web Design Tutorials / Blog - 7 months ago

Creating a Bar Graph with CSS Grid

By Preethi On June 12, 2018 charts, css grid, graph If you’re looking for more manageable ways to create bar graphs, or in search of use cases to practice CSS Grid layout, I got you! Before we begin working on the graph, I want to talk about c...

Web Design Tutorials / Blog - 7 months ago

Digging Into React Context

By Kingsley Silas On June 11, 2018 react, react context, react props You may have wondered lately what all the buzz is about Context and what it might mean for you and your React sites. Before Context, when the management of state gets complic...

Web Design Tutorials / Blog - 7 months ago

Creating a VS Code Theme

By Sarah Drasner On June 8, 2018 accessibility color, color, editor theme, vscode, vscode theme Everyone has special and perhaps, particular, tastes when it comes to their code editor. There are literally thousands of themes out there, and for...

Web Design Tutorials / Blog - 7 months ago

World wide wrist

Apple announced that the WebKit browsing engine is being ported to watchOS. I’m a little excited about that. (Ugh, yes, hi, I bought an Apple Watch toward the end of last year. If your Obnoxious Man Detector™ suddenly exploded last November, now you...

Web Design Tutorials / Blog - 7 months ago

Manipulating Pixels Using Canvas

By Welling Guzman On June 7, 2018 canvas Modern browsers support playing video via the <video> element. Most browsers also have access to webcams via the MediaDevices.getUserMedia() API. But even with those two things combined, we can’t...

Web Design Tutorials / Blog - 7 months ago

Headless CMS: The Developers’ Best Friend

Unlike traditional CMS solutions, headless CMS does without the presentation layer (the “head”) that would dictate how the content should be displayed. Instead, you control the presentation completely with your own code. This not only enables a cont...