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Raise your hand if this sounds like you:
You’ve been in the tech industry for a number of years, you know HTML and CSS inside-and-out, and you make a good living. But, you have a little voice in the back of your head that keeps whispering, “It’s time for something new, for the next step in your career. You need to learn programming.”
Yep, same here.
I’ve served in a variety of roles in the tech industry for close to …
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Bower and npm are de-facto the package managers of the web. I doubt there are many front-end developers out there who haven’t heard of them or used them to manage dependencies.
Whilst many of us use them as consumers, one day you might decide to share a project of your own and become a contributor! This happened to me recently. I had the experience of publishing my open-source library on npm and Bower.
Although their official docs were quite good, …
In part one of a series of posts about optical illusions on the web, Dan Wilson looks at how to create the “Red Reveal” that he happens to describe like this:
Growing up, my family played a lot of board games. Several games such as Outburst, Password, and Clue Jr. included something that amazed me at the time — a red lens and cards with some light blue text that was obscured by a myriad of red lines. When you …