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Launched my second ever @framer template! It's called Profile Hub—the perfect mini site for digital entrepreneurs wanting to showcase their projects and achievements. Get it today! 🔗 below ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/kPalXApW33

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A short thread of "TIL: You can..." featuring underrated but powerful HTML/CSS tips. 🧵 💡1/5: HTML buttons can submit forms without being inside them! Use the form attribute to link a button to a form by ID. Great for flexible layouts and improved UX! x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/B87URFECie

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Every fat loss tip I could come up with after 10 years in the gym and 5 years coaching. Bookmark this thread to learn the simple process. 1. Alcohol will derail your progress. Cut it out completely or cut it down significantly. pic.twitter.com/kMVaE8bquE

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💡 TIL: You can set an accent color in CSS and it magically updates across your HTML user-interface controls! Just one line: accent-color: #55efc4 and your whole app gets a color refresh! pic.twitter.com/sFHY23nPd2

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Container queries are cross-browser supported now for over a year. If you're still worried about not supporting browsers, you could adopt a fallback solution via custom elements. 🫣👇 web.dev/blog/how-to-us… pic.twitter.com/aCMJho9rzl

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I’ve basically quit using Ruby SDK libraries for a lot of simple restful based APIs (even hubspot). I have a BaseClient built off HTTParty that takes care of different auth strats and request methods and can easily build clients that inherit and define simple endpoints.

🔥 It feels like magic, but the <details> element will automatically expand when a search result is hidden within. It’s so hard to get this stuff right with <div>s and JS. The platform is awesome. 😄 pic.twitter.com/RZCN8hGAF0

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I often see web apps with separate frontend and backend dev teams. This front/back developer split leads to a common problem: Frontend devs become victims of backend problems that they can't fix. Common backend problems: 🚩Instability 🚩Performance 🚩Clunky API design 🚩Poorly… x.com/i/web/status/1…

Most people are unaware that the saying “drink 6-8 glasses of water a day” comes from a 1945 recommendation based on zero medical research. In reality, proper hydration is much more complex than that. Here’s how you actually achieve it: (thread 🧵) x.com/i/web/status/1… pic.twitter.com/2VDN3OYN5f

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Great quote from Marco Rogers featured in an article I'm reading. Marco (@polotek) suggests that learning frontend development has become too complex, and it's making newbies feel disheartened and quit. Do you agree? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/xej8xJBS2b

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@danielcranney @polotek There are a ton of things necessary to build a simple website using a modern tech stack that includes a framework / library or whatever. CSS JS HTML TypeScript React Nextjs Vue Nuxt And then you have to deal with package managers, deployment, design etc

The subtle differences when creating a squircle 🧐 Use a generated CSS clip-path to get a finer shape 🤙 .squircle { clip-path: polygon( 100.00% 50.00%, 99.95% 62.53%, 99.80% 67.70%, ... ); } Went down the rabbit hole 🐇 pic.twitter.com/OoSBRjJAcI x.com/jh3yy/status/1…

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UI/UX Designers, I recently found a new inspiration site for website designs. A-fresh (@afreshwebsite) is an online inspiration platform offering website designs for both desktop and mobile views, along with various design patterns. Website → a-fresh.website pic.twitter.com/QQrj1Kko3H

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The frontend ecosystem has been broken for 8 years at least. My friend couldn't land a single job offer having a decent understanding of HTML, CSS, and a bit of JavaScript. For reference, I got my first job knowing nothing about JavaScript, really. The bar is not just high,… x.com/i/web/status/1… x.com/danielcranney/…

Fun read: Just use Postgres news.ycombinator.com/item?id=339341… 👉 caching (instead of Redis) 👉 message queue 👉 data warehouse 👉 olap 👉 json store 👉 cron 👉 geo 👉 full-text search 👉 apis 👉 auditing 👉 graphql What else can you do with Postgres? @supabase any ideas?

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this is, without a doubt, the best definition of love i've read. pic.twitter.com/s51OctcxeN

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Rediscovered this printout that was taped to the cubicle wall of my first programming job in 2005. You could do a lot worse than internalizing these. pic.twitter.com/IcxGtxXRfY

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Once again I’m in the same #webcomponents crossroads I’ve been many times before. My component (an editable <color-swatch> if you need to know) has an <input>. Ideally the input should be styled like other inputs on the page and be able to participate in form submission.… x.com/i/web/status/1…

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Conditional filters built entirely with Tremor Raw. Check demo link below 👇 pic.twitter.com/by2RSU6tkT

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Use CSS relative color syntax to darken/lighten colors for borders, backgrounds, etc. 🔥 .success { --c: green; } aside { background: oklch(from var(--c) calc(l * 0.75) c h / 0.5); color: oklch(from var(--c) calc(l * 1.5) c h); } Magic! ✨ pic.twitter.com/uKC6wTkrUo x.com/JohnPhamous/st…

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This has been my go-to monochrome palette for some time 💯 Has some great contrast between light/dark mode Bookmark for later 🤙 pic.twitter.com/ec1lWytvwh x.com/rehanxahmed/st…

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