How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Cascade
Many, if not all, of us at Heureka enjoy CSS. Like HTML, it’s a declarative and simple language, with a similarly lax validator that tactfully skips over what it doesn’t know. Unlike HTML, however, lot of people actually lose sleep over CSS. The main culprit tends to be the so called cascade which is sometimes hard to grapple with.
JSCamp and CSSCamp 2019: Write less code
How to Wrestle with Browser Support
The Art of Progressive Enhancement
Full Stack Fest 2018
Have you ever felt the urge to throw that bag full of useless things — the one they still give you on conferences despite common sense — on the stage? It happens to me. At that moment, instead of hard-won experiences or thoughts, you listen to something that resembles reading a documentation and, on top of that, the person on the stage pretends it’s all so fascinating.
The Primer on Icon Sprites
Even though small in size, icons seem to occupy a lot of space in the collective mind of the web development community. One way of handling icons replaces next – each method a little better than the previous, each bringing its own set of problems. The last one to emerge is the so-called SVG sprite.