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A Pretty Good SVG Icon System

By seorocket / a day ago

I’ve long advocated SVG icon systems. Still do. To name a few benefits: vector-based icons look great in a high pixel density world, SVG offers lots of design control, and they are predictable and performant. I’ve also often advocated for a SVG icon system that is based on <symbol>s (an “SVG sprite”) and the <use> […]

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Server-Side React Rendering

By seorocket / a couple of days ago

React is best known as a client-side JavaScript framework, but did you know you can (and perhaps should!) render React server-side? Suppose you’ve built a zippy new event listing React app for a client. The app is hooked up to an API built with your favorite server-side tool. A couple weeks later the client tells […]

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Reactive UI’s with VanillaJS – Part 2: Class Based Components

By seorocket / a few days ago

In Part 1, I went over various functional-style techniques for cleanly rendering HTML given some JavaScript data. We broke our UI up into component functions, each of which returned a chunk of markup as a function of some data. We then composed these into views that could be reconstructed from new data by making a […]

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Naming Things is Only Getting Harder

By seorocket / a few days ago

I was working with CSS Grid and came to the grid-column and grid-row properties. I paused for a moment. They’re not overly complicated. They are shorthand properties for expressing where an element should start and end on a grids defined columns and rows. What caught me was the fact that I can name these lines. […]

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