A place for new projects, code demos and general webby musings to appear for you to read.
Side projects are a great opportunity to focus on something specific and learn some things at the same time. Each project had different deliverables and things I wanted to learn. This is my experience and what I learned from each side project.
See the Pen 10,000 Hop Over Effect Views by Paul (@plfstr on CodePen.
A recent A List Apart article Meaningful CSS: Style Like You Mean It, by Tim Baxter has caused a lot of furious posts in the frontend community. Personally, I think the subtext of the article is a response to class-happy and div-tastic reinvention of the wheel using non-semantic markup, rather than a call to abandon current CSS approaches that its been taken as.
I have a dilemma coming. Its the classic native vs web argument but with a new slant. That old argument was always phrased hypothetically pitching a generic phone platform versus a non-specific browser. Reality is not that simple.
I saw a lot of classic films over the Christmas break. As the credits were rolling for yet another classic, I looked at the dotted divider between film character and actor and something in my brain said ‘flexbox’, and this is what happened.
Thats right 2015 was a Binary Palindrome (11111011111).
The CodePen Kirbytag extension allows Kirby CMS powered sites to embed Pen demos easily via the Kirbytext syntax. This is a quick update about some recent improvements.
So my sites been through a mild overhaul recently behind the scenes. Hopefully you experienced it in an even briefer gap while the page loaded.
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