How much of the CSS style that you import from external libraries you really use? Sometimes even less than 20%, so why do you need to have all this unused style? No reason! Purgecss come to help, it is a tool which helps to remove unused CSS and it can be used as part of your development workflow. Post written by Luca Spezzano.
3-day functional programming conference based in the Central Europe with top-notch speakers & 1300+ attendees.
Experience two thrilling days of learning, community and contribution. A barcamp is not just another passive listening conference. Instead, you and everyone else is asked to share their ideas, lead a workshop or give a talk. The vuecamp is structured like a barcamp.
You will be working on different types of web applications including but not limited to enterprise Drupal 8 websites, single page applications, living styleguides, design systems, prototypes and headless / decoupled CMS setups. You will work within an experienced development team with standards and processes that work but also get the ability to get involved into the future approach of both the company and development team.
A tiny library for recreating Instagram filters with CSS filters and blend modes.
ScriptSlide is the perfect tool for speakers. Use your laptop as a script screen and take a look at while presenting. Your smartphone becomes a remote controller that controls your screen remotely.
Kirby in a nutshell or what you wish you had known when you started your first Kirby project.
Everyday steps you can take to control your digital privacy, security, and wellbeing in ways that feel right to you.
A guide to getting you on the IndieWeb. We should all own the content we're creating, rather than just posting to third-party content silos. Publish on your own domain, and syndicate out to silos. This is the basis of the "Indie Web" movement.
Netlify helps developers quickly roll out static websites. In this in-depth Netlify course for beginners, you will learn how to use the service for everything needed in modern web development, from local setup to global deployment. This video is the perfect place to start for anyone that wants to learn how to use Netlify.
A curated list of awesome things related to Tailwind CSS. Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom user interfaces.
Knex.js is a "batteries included" SQL query builder for Postgres, MSSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite3, Oracle, and Amazon Redshift designed to be flexible, portable, and fun to use.
Objection.js is an ORM for Node.js that aims to stay out of your way and make it as easy as possible to use the full power of SQL and the underlying database engine while still making the common stuff easy and enjoyable.
Koa is a new web framework designed by the team behind Express, which aims to be a smaller, more expressive, and more robust foundation for web applications and APIs.
OpenLibra is a technology platform and currency for financial inclusion. An alternative to Facebook's Libra, that places emphasis on open governance and economic decentralization.
n8n.io is an Open Source alternative for Zapier/tray.io Automate daily tasks, sync data, or react to events.
ForwardEmail is a free, encrypted, and open-source email forwarding service for custom domains.
We believe that learning is a lifelong process; that's why we create conferences for developers by developers. It's what drives us to produce the best meeting place for innovators and thought leaders.
The Conference for Web APIs, API Design & Management. Find out in exciting, informative workshops and sessions on how to plan, implement, and manage your API projects with the right strategy, structured management and development.
Learn how to style a dropdown menu with Tailwind's utility classes.
I’ve started using an excellent piece of software called Restic for backing up my various hosts. Restic has multiple backend types that you can send your backups to. One of the backends it supports is a REST API for which there is an implementation named Rest Server written in Go. Post written by Mike Cardwell.
A list of Themes and Starters for JAMstack sites.
In this modern era of web development, we don’t really need a heavy-handed reset, or even a reset at all, because CSS browser compatibility issues are much less likely than they were in the old IE 6 days. Post written by Andy Bell.
Progressive Web Apps have been part of the conversation for a number of years, but have yet to be meaningfully adopted by most brands, which strikes us as a missed opportunity given the many benefits they possess. In fact, PWA’s can bring native app-like experiences and functionality to the mobile web, and they can be an extremely efficient way to deliver your digital experiences. Written by Jason Rzutkiewicz and Jeremy Lockhorn
In yet another recent project, I’m building a book proposal submission platform with a Vuejs frontend and a Kirby CMS backend. Kirby supports the use of HTTP Basic Autentication to make interacting with it via a custom web client (e.g. Vuejs) nice and easy. In my case, I need to interact with Kirby securely to tell it to create a new page (a new “Book”) without requiring a user to create an account or login. Post written by Morgan Brown .
Splitting creates elements and adds CSS variables to unlock amazing possibilities for animating text, grids, and more!
Jamdocs - the ultimate static generated documentation theme for the JAM-stack.
Jigsaw is a framework for rapidly building static sites using the same modern tooling that powers your web applications.
Open source starter templates and components, a plugins directory and useful tools/utilities to kick start your Tailwind CSS project.
As a Full Stack Developer, you will work with a highly specialized, multidisciplinary team that handles the complete development lifecycle of a product, from envisioning to production deployment. You will be 70% front end and 30% backend focused.
Attend the conference to learn how to design, develop, and deploy fast, modern web projects that run on JAMstack, without web servers.
WWCode Front End 2019 is a developer summit taking a deep look at the latest in Front End technologies. Learn from industry experts as they share their technical knowledge and actionable advice on topics like tools, platforms, and programming languages. Join us for innovative talks, in-depth panels, and technical workshops designed to help strengthen your skills, connect with your community, and inspire women to excel in technology.
GitFiend is a Git and cross platform client designed for humans. It gives you the power of Git without the panicked Stack Overflow searches. It's quick, uncluttered and intuitive, while still being packed with the features you need.
Thermal is open-source desktop application allows you to manage your Git repositories at one place by providing a simple to use graphic interface with built-in features like commits, history, repository settings and more.
JAMstack is revolutionising the way we think about workflow by providing a simpler developer experience, better performance, lower cost and greater scalability. This simple guide will help you understand why it exists and how to get started.
SlickStack is a super easy way to setup WordPress servers that are lightning-fast, created by LittleBizzy.
Running web apps is time consuming and error-prone. Keeping your system up-to-date and secure is a full-time job. Cloudron lets you focus on using the apps and not worry about system administration. Cloudron comes with a free plan.
Hypothesis brings an open conversation over the whole web. Use it right now to hold discussions, read socially, organize your research, and take personal notes.
Localhost conference happens for the first time this year in Düsseldorf, Germany and its origin story is two local meetups gone too big and joining forces for a proper full-blown community-driven non-profit conference with plenty of talks, a few workshops and of course mingling, during a whole day in Fall 2019.
Who is this for? For website developers that use Hugo and want to make the content of their static websites easy to edit, all for free and without having to pay for a server. For content editors that want to manage content of small static websites using a sleek user-friendly interface.
On a desktop, websites have the space to show the full menu, but on a mobile device that space isn't there, and you want to hide the menu behind a toggle (like a hamburger icon) and show it when people click that toggle. How do you offer both in an accessible way that keeps your HTML simple, without duplicating your menu? That's what the perfect responsive menu does.
Create your CRUD API with one click.
A simple, hackable & minimalistic starter for Gridsome that uses Markdown for content.
A brief video explanation of what Caddy 2 is: a web server that acts as both a content origin and reverse proxy, suitable for both personal projects and production deployments. Discuss and get help with Caddy 2 on this forum: https://caddy.community