- Web Components from CSS Tricks
- SMIL from CSS Tricks – if you are interested in SVG animation and want to give a try; then you probably will love to read more about this post.
- Good post to explain React.js – I haven’t used React.js before, I am interested to learn more about the differences of existing model-view related frameworks, such as AngularJS, KnockoutJS, ember.js, etc. This is a good post to explain what React.js is.
c. Other 7 visualization libraries
d. Online charts
- Interesting js library “passwordless” that generate one-time use token for user access instead of password.
- Web Performance Optimization, don’t have time to read and follow up the whole list; but I really want to build a golden list for web developers role, both frontend and backend development.
- A collection of posts from SitePoint about Sassy
a. CSS Post-Processing “Pleeease”
b. Using Sass Maps; if you are using Sass, you should need to know the new type.
c. Debugging Sass Maps
- Critical rending path; it is good to know how browser renders the page and where the bottlenecks are.
- A grateful fallback for SVGs in Old IE; if you still build web for IE8, this post will give you some tricks.