I live in Bend, Oregon. I woke up with the dumbest idea ever that there should be a little food truck map website and it should be called Vend, Oregon. It’s not my finest idea, but hey, I’m full of those. Fortunately, we don’t have to spend all day on this.
1) Figure out what’s going to go on this dumb little website
Fortunately, all the hard work was already done. One of our local rags already created a …
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I’m extremely excited to announce that the Vue Cookbook is officially in beta! For the past few months, the Vue team has been writing, and editing and accepting PRs from the community to build a new section of our docs called the Cookbook. Each recipe stands on its own, meaning that recipes can focus on one specific aspect of Vue or something that integrates with Vue, and do a small deep dive into that subject. We can then include more …
As you begin to learn React, you will be faced with understanding what state is. State is hugely important in React, and perhaps a big reason you’ve looked into using React in the first place. Let’s take a stab at understanding what state is and how it works.
What is State?
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The Edge team put together a thorough demo of variable fonts, showcasing them in all of their shape-shifting and adaptive glory. Equally interesting as the demo itself is a history of web typography and where variable fonts fit in the grand scheme of things.
This demo pairs well with v-fonts.com, which is an interactive collection of variable fonts that allows you to play around with the variable features each font provides.
This is a website designed to showcase fonts that support OpenType Variations and let you drag a whole bunch of sliders around to manipulate a typeface’s width, height, and any other settings that the type designer might’ve added to the design.
I think the striking thing about this project is that I had no idea just how many variable fonts were out there in the wild until now.
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