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Chris Coyier on

Document Collaboration (with Comments!)

There are a million document editing apps on the web. There are so many potential features that they can find customers depending on the perfect set of those features. Markdown supported? Markdown focused, or can you do more elaborate formatting? Collaborative? Realtime collaborative? Does it track history? What formats can it export it? Integrations? There […]

Preethi Sam on

A CSS-Powered Add/Remove Tags UI

Checkboxes and labels used to have to be right next to each other to be a potent UI duo. You could do trickery like this: But now, thanks to :has() in CSS, we’re not beholden to that structure anymore. We can :has() it all, as it is said. Now that these HTML elements have some autonomy, without losing their connection […]

Chris Coyier on

Node.js Debugging in Chrome DevTools

I was pairing with my co-worker last week. They had a super different debugging style than I do. I’m aware that I can do fancy things in DevTools, like set breakpoints and whatnot right from within DevTools and use well-placed debugger; statements to halt JavaScript execution and inspect things at that point. But I hardly […]

Pankaj Parashar on

DevTools Tips & Tricks

Front-end developers spend a significant amount of time working inside the browser’s DevTools. Likely just as much as they spend time writing code in the code editor. However, most developers barely scratch the surface of what DevTools can accomplish. I have been curating a collection of DevTools tips across major browsers. The following are some […]

Cassidy Williams on

The View Transitions API

Like anyone, I love a good “native-feeling” experience on the web. I’ve really enjoyed creating that vibe with the new View Transitions API. Luckily it’s is pretty clean to work with, both with the Astro framework, and out of the box! View Transition Options Transitioning UI between states has been something that developers have been […]