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Here’s a nifty post by Diana Mounter all about the design systems team at GitHub that details how the team was formed, the problems they’ve faced and how they’ve adapted along the way:
When I started working at GitHub in late 2015, I noticed that there were many undocumented patterns, I had to write a lot of new CSS to implement designs, and that there weren’t obvious underlying systems connecting all the pieces together. I knew things could be better …
Let’s use React, styled-components, and react-flip-toolkit to make our own version of the animated navigation menu on the Stripe homepage. It’s an impressive menu with some slick animation effects and the combination of these three tools can make it relatively easy to recreate.
This is an intermediate-level walkthrough that assumes familiarity with React and basic animation concepts. Our React guide is a good place to start.
Here’s what we’re aiming to make:
See the Pen React Stripe Menu…
If you have, say, 20 posts/pages on your WordPress site, the search functionality that is baked right into your self-hosted WordPress site will probably do a great job. Search is a pretty cool feature to ship with WordPress, truth be told. But as a site grows, you’ll find limits. How it works behind the scenes is a touch over my head, but as I understand it, it does a
MySQL LIKE query on your post titles and post content. It …