Kategorie: CSS

  • An all new Angular

    An all new Angular

    Just this morning I had a very thorough and pleasant interview with a team that has its mission-critical stuff done with Angular. For me a good reason to check back with the Angular crew, also because they also were the pioneers of a PL that I’ve come to like and use in the mean time:…

  • State of the Word 2023

    State of the Word 2023

    Matt and his crew together with the Spanish WordPress community just held the annual State of the Word keynote in Madrid. Interesting stuff, including a Gutenberg editor that’s growing more and more powerful.

  • The WordPress 2024 Theme

    The WordPress 2024 Theme

    The brand new WordPress 2024 Theme is out and ready for use. This shows off the newest features of the Gutenberg Editor and its ever increasingly powerful pagebuilding features, that as of WordPress 6.4 now feature complete full page editing within the built-in Gutenberg pagebuilder and a bunch of updates and new default core WordPress…

  • Penpot


    Looking for a professional free open source Screendesign tool that doesn’t lock you into subscriptions or fees but offers the full range of features? Penpot has you covered. I ran into this a few years ago but finally had the change to play around with it. And I’m impressed.

  • The Vue Ecosystem

    The Vue Ecosystem

    For larger modern and VDOM-related frontend work the contemporary Vue ecosystem is a good choice and lets you move fast and deliver tried and tested results. Here’s a list of the broader technologies that yours truely recommends for non-trivial web projects using Vue as a foundation for your SPAs.

  • Lit & Kor

    Lit & Kor

    As an application platform the modern Browser is finally becoming more managable. MS IE and even the new one, MS Edge, are history, most Browsers are now based off the Blink Rendering Engine, meaning Chrome, with Safari and Firefox being modern exceptions that none-the-less offer most contemporary web-features. As a consequence it is now increasingly…

  • Cypress


    Awesome new-era end-to-end testing.

  • Material UI – Material Design for React Applications

    Material UI – Material Design for React Applications

    Nice. Check it out: Material UI.

  • Browser für die Webentwicklung

    Browser für die Webentwicklung

    Für die Webentwicklung ergibt es oft Sinn, sich mehrere Browser zu installieren, um in getrennten Sessions und Nutzerkonten seine Webapplikationen zu testen. Hier eine Übersicht über verschiedene Browser, die sich weitgehend kollisionsfrei nebeneinander installieren lassen:

  • Svelte


    While true Web Components are on the rise and the Google Polymer Project has ended its lifecycle and web component efforts are now continued with the super-light lit library, classic VDOM and PWA toolkits are still in wide use. The big three – React, Angular and Vue – have contenders, some of which have gained…

  • Tailwind CSS

    Tailwind CSS

    When it comes to CSS Frameworks, Tailwind has been the hottest thing since sliced bread lately. When it comes to speedhacking designs, their approach is pretty good and the hype around Tailwind CSS is somewhat justified. For me it definitely looks worth a try.

  • Web UI Libraries

    Web UI Libraries

    Here are some classic Web UI Libraries for regular HTML/CSS/JS setups without fancy virtual DOM stuff attached. Enjoy! Bulma Materialize Foundation Skeleton PureCSS Groundwork Bootstrap

  • React UI Libraries

    React UI Libraries

    Here’s a comprehensive list of React UI Libraries for your next complex non-trivial ReactJS project: Grommet (GitHub) PrimeReact (GitHub) ReactSuite (GitHub) OnsenUI (GitHub) React Bootstrap (GitHub) Ant Design (GitHub) Material UI (GitHub) Blueprint JS (GitHub) Semantic UI for React (GitHub) Evergreen (GitHub) Chakra UI (GitHub) Rebass (GitHub)

  • Bootstrap is still going strong. And have you checked ReactStrap?

    Bootstrap is still going strong. And have you checked ReactStrap?

    The VDOM craze may have you think that Bootstrap is dead. It isn’t. It’s as powerful as ever that the first-class citizenship of Popper.js and an ever evolving jQuery still make it the grandmaster of go-to toolkits for getting good Web-UIs done quickly. It also works very neatly together with virtual DOM libraries such as…

  • HTML Farben/Colors – HTML Color Name & Code Table

    HTML Farben/Colors – HTML Color Name & Code Table

    The complete Table of named HTML & CSS Colors. Always useful.

  • Sass Guidelines

    Sass Guidelines

    Very useful.

  • Gatsby – ReactJS Static Site Generation

    Gatsby – ReactJS Static Site Generation

    Gatsby is a Static Site Generator built around ReactJS. Here are some links: Gatsby Moving to Gatsby Gatsby Starters What makes Gatbsy great

  • CLI Font Converter for the Web

    CLI Font Converter for the Web

    An article on this. CSS3FontConverter

  • HyperHTML Talk

    HyperHTML Talk

    Yesterday I gave a short talk on HyperHTML at the Web Worker NRW Meetup, this time at sipgate. Nice talks, lot’s of nice people, had a great time. Here are the slides.

  • PWA – Progressive Web Application

    PWA – Progressive Web Application

    A blurb and linkselection on PWAs is at least 2 years overdue, but better late than never. So here’s an overview, by no means covering every aspect: PWAs – Welcome to the mobile revolution PWA – Das App Model der Zukunft How to build a PWA (CreativeBloq) Wikipedia Artikel (deutsch) PWA Google Talk PWA Rocks

  • Minimalist CSS Toolkits

    Minimalist CSS Toolkits

    Pavilion MiniCSS VitalCSS Furtive Bijou Milligram PureCSS Spark TypeBase Hoisin CuteGrids Schema CSS Emerald Siimple CoreCSS Bulma OutboxCraft PowerToCss Vanilla Framework InviCSS Look CSS Muffin CSS Materialize