Tag: css

Guide for Code Terminology and Capability

What code should I learn is a popular infographic that gives newbie developers a visual guide to choosing a new language to learn. We believe it also comes in handy for web designers who are sometimes less knowledgeable of the multitude of code languages, terminology and in-depth capability of certain languages. For web designers, it…

Concise CSS Framework for Lightweight Web Development

The Concise CSS framework is a completely free open source lightweight option for frontend developers. It’s written in Sass for the modern developer who can’t part from his/her favorite preprocessor. If you visit the actual landing page you’ll realize the site is just as lightweight as the library. Everything is bloat-free with a focus on…

SassConf in Austin runs from November 11th-14th

Who doesn’t love a great conference? I’m frequently covering the most interesting conferences and while they are simply amazing, there are also way too many of them. A good way to find confs is to search your interests and attend upcoming events that might work with your schedule. Frontend developers with a focus on Sass/SCSS…

Custom Table Generator in Multiple Syntaxes

Hard-coding an HTML table requires much more work than we’d like to admit. Developers can spend a good amount of time planning the rows/columns and then structuring code to match accordingly. But now there’s a cool new webapp named Tables Generator to fill the void. With this site you can construct tables visually and then…

Myth CSS Preprocessor with Pure CSS Syntax

With the popularity of Sass & LESS there’s no doubt that pre-processing is the way of the future. But do these 2 engines have to be the only way? As it turns out, no! One great option is Myth created by Segment.io as a clean CSS preprocessing system. It runs on top of traditional CSS…

CSS Dev Conf 2015 in Long Beach

Currently in its fourth year, the CSS Dev Conf lines up for a 2015 run that will knock your selectors off. This year’s conference runs from October 26th-28th for three days of CSS-devoted talks and workshops. The guest list includes some big names like Chris Coyier, Jonathan Snook, and Jina Bolton. You can view the…

Find Sass Compatibility with this Nifty Webapp

Most developers already know about Sass and the value of using Sass on web projects. The difficulty comes with learning version differences and rendering engines. Sass Compatibility is a free open source project for testing differences between Sass engines. It’s hosted on GitHub which means all the code is freely available and open for pull…

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