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CSS is so good 🔥 This is all it takes to add entrance and exit transitions to dialog elements. A single stateful variable --open avoids redundant & inverse styles in @‍starting-style. Toggle between 1 and 0, and the styles just work™ CodePen link 👇🏼 x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/g74ljc9rEQ

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👆🏻 found the fix. Thanks to @matthewmorete / @calebporzio + everyone else suggesting starting-style and allow-discrete. Quick video on it here: x.com/wesbos/status/…

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about 9 hours ago

CSS magic: now you can animate height from 0 to auto via `calc-size(auto)` Say goodbye to JS Calculate Height! Combined with <details name="">, a nearly perfect and exclusive Accordion component can now be implemented. @Una @davidbaron codepen.io/yisi/pen/MWdaj… pic.twitter.com/Jvy622RWwN

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The todo application. 😅 But, seriously, here's the thing... When Laravel and Rails developers say "full stack", they mean something totally different than when Next or Remix (React Router?) developers say "full stack". In Laravel and Rails, it means there are built-in,… x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/OLg7TcmrXH x.com/webdevcody/sta…

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Chrome 125 now supports Anchor Positioning! 🎉 Anchor Positioning enables you to tether elements together so you can position them relative to each other without a wrapper and define a set of fallback positions so they're always positioned inside the viewport. For example, you… x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/3CyGl8VPk5

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We cannot escape aging. However, inflammation is a major accelerator of aging. Lower your inflammation = slow down your aging I will cover the tests that measure your inflammation levels to see where you stand. THREAD pic.twitter.com/xAm9iOSv4e

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🔥 3 CSS tips for styling <textarea> you probably didn't know about pic.twitter.com/JJkZgC1WTo

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setHTMLUnsafe shipped in all browsers but is almost totally undocumented, so I wrote about it here: fullystacked.net/innerhtml-alte…

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I had a project manager once who gave me the best advice of my career: 💬 If the customer can't figure out how to use it, THAT'S A BUG Since that point I treat any UX problem the same way I treat a code bug, and I think a lot of software would be much better if more teams did… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… x.com/fabs_ws/status…

My first ~decade on this app I refused to find out how it works. I threw ideas into the void, it was beneath me to concern myself over it But now that I actually know how it works I can throw my ideas into the void much more effectively! If you're curious here's How Twitter Works


PuLID is now up on Replicate, pushed by @zsakib_ replicate.com/zsxkib/pulid Use it to maintain likeness/identity, or mix identities First experiments suggest its pretty 🔥, maintaining likeness really well in just 4 steps. pic.twitter.com/853MXhIP8Z

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"Finding ways to control this newly discovered body–brain network would offer an approach to fixing broken immune responses in various conditions such as autoimmune diseases and even long COVID, Jin says." h/t @oldfshndanne nature.com/articles/d4158…

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How to design almost any UI element. A curated list of 61 articles 👇

I've gotten a few q's about finding domains of newly created sites on Shopify, Squarespace, Wix, etc. Use DNS enumeration to uncover all DNS records associated with a domain. It's usually used to find vulnerabilities in companies to hack or patch -- but you can also use it to… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/5mA7pRcY3D

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Ever wondered why apps like @linear, @arcinternet, @airtable, and @frame_io feel like gliding on ice, while others feel like trudging through mud? It’s not subjective nor based on taste, it’s all about precise, measurable front-end rendering techniques I call ‘FluidUI.’ The… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Before I moved to Switzerland, I thought Switzerland operated like the rest of Europe: socialist, more entitlements than working hours, beautiful wine-filled summers by the water, and grey potato-filled winters hibernating in your ikea aesthetic apartment. The latter is… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/B9vBmVe771

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Modern CSS is TOO good. Disable scrollbars when this dialog is both a modal, and open No JS, no state, no classes, no aria labels - just a few lines of CSS pic.twitter.com/1YEAfEdRzQ

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You think housing prices will keep going up because you've seen it all your life. But this is a historic anomaly that is likely to reverse soon: Prices might start shrinking in many places. This thread is the case against investing in housing: pic.twitter.com/nyBxaSxow3

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This seems important - TLDR many trends that increased demand for housing are flattening or reversing. Not guaranteed that growth will continue

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I wonder.. are there more Ruby developers who are billionaires than for any other programming language? Think founders of GitHub, HashiCorp, and Shopify, at least..

a post about ADHD that's really stuck with me disentangling shame about "wasted potential," recalibrating sense of "top speed" vs sustainable speed: "that’s like saying if Usain Bolt just kept going he could be the fastest marathon runner in the world" tumblr.com/everyonehasamn… pic.twitter.com/DHdUTYczrs

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If you ever have difficulty reading the structure of JSON data try jsoncrack.com. Anytime I have difficulty understanding how data is nested I just copy and paste it hear to get a good visual. Thank me later 😉 pic.twitter.com/8W9QP2637l

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Wow this is cool. You can find business ideas by searching through troves of Reddit data. Product is called Gummy Search and it's basically a search engine for Reddit. 1000s of good business ideas by simply searching: "I wish" "I hate" "I need" gummysearch.com pic.twitter.com/59icmfm82q

about 10 hours ago

@DanKirner @chrismanfrank The book Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons is only $17 on Amazon, and it's great!

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@dangugel ~5 big MySQL servers, one primary. Handful of Redis servers. Web was ~30 servers running unicorn. The rest were git file servers, & then we had CI machines, etc. Search was on AWS.

I often found myself on a tedious hunt for movies & TV shows that weren't available for streaming in my country. Realizing the need for a seamless solution, we created one. Introducing whereto.stream pic.twitter.com/9NURiYNyOM

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CSS text reveal on scroll 📜 <span style="--start: 210; --end: 280;">details</span> span { animation: reveal; animation-timeline: --section; animation-range: contain calc(var(--start) * 1px) contain calc(var(--end) * 1px); } @​keyframes reveal { 0% { opacity: 0.2; }} pic.twitter.com/IAD8hkwIma x.com/jh3yy/status/1…

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📨 How to land all cold emails in inbox in 2024: 1/ Avoid sending more than 80-100 emails per day from one email address to prevent getting marked as spam 2/ Never use your main company domain or its subdomains to send emails as it can harm your domain's reputation 3/ Avoid… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/7pR9oYUxpU

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about 3 hours ago