• PostCSS
    PostCSS Quickstart Guide: Gulp SetupPostcss iii
    In this tutorial we’ll go through how you can use PostCSS with the task runner Gulp, allowing you to decide for yourself which plugins you want to use and hence really tap into the plugin ecosystem.Read More…
  • Blog
    An Interview With Tuts+ Reader Lucy StanfordLucy preview
    What makes Tuts+ so special is our community. At a meetup of Tuts+ readers and contributors in London, I had the chance to speak to some of our readers about how they used Tuts+ and what it means to them. Here's Lucy Stanford talking about what she's learned from Tuts+, how it's helped her career, and the best and worst parts of running a digital marketing agency.Read More…
  • Cross-Browser
    5 Ways to Ready Your Site for Microsoft Edge and Other Modern BrowsersEdge preview
    Edge is Microsoft's new web browser sporting a new rendering engine—EdgeHTML—and an underlying OS to boot in Windows 10. Since upgrades from Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 will be free for most, you can expect a huge influx of Edge users hitting sites in the coming months. With that in mind, I wanted to share five ways in which you can prepare your site for modern web interoperability.Read More…
  • Material Design Lite
    Learning Material Design Lite: CustomizingMdl custom
    Up until now we have been looking into how to implement MDL components. The question remains: how do we customize these components so that they fit within the context of our design and brand?Read More…
  • Diversity
    Closing the Gender Gap: What You Can Do to Promote Diversity in the Tech IndustryClose gender gap
    It's an undisputed fact that women are underrepresented in the tech industry. But this doesn’t just affect women: having more women in tech benefits all of us. In this article I explore the ways in which we can all play a part in making the tech industry more diverse, and make some practical suggestions on what you can do.Read More…
  • PostCSS
    PostCSS Quickstart Guide: Instant Setup OptionsPostcss ii
    Welcome to the “PostCSS Deep Dive: QuickStart Guide”. Throughout these first posts of our series, we’re going to look at getting you started with PostCSS in the quickest, most efficient ways possible.Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    What’s the Future of Responsive Web Design?Future
    I had the great pleasure of delivering the closing keynote at Responsive Day Out 3: The Final Breakpoint. Held in Brighton, UK, on 19 June 2015, the conference was a gathering of designers and developers sharing their workflow strategies, techniques, and experiences with responsive web design. Here’s what I had to say.Read More…
  • Performance
    New Course on Optimizing Page LoadPerformance 1
    In this course you’ll learn how to improve web-page performance. We’ll cover what that means, why it’s so important to consider, and how you can optimize your web pages so they perform well.Read More…
  • Material Design Lite
    Learning Material Design Lite: The MenuMdl menu
    In this instalment of our Learning Material Design Lite (MDL) series, we’re going to look into the Menu component. This is a component which you might occasionally need to provide a contextual menu of available actions.Read More…
  • PostCSS
    PostCSS Deep Dive: What You Need to KnowPostcss i
    In this series, we’re going to take a deep dive into PostCSS and take you through all the major ways you can use it. If you haven’t already had your mind blown by what PostCSS is capable of, get ready for a brave new CSS world.Read More…
  • Azure
    Deliver Live and On-Demand HTML Video With Azure Media ServicesVideo preview
    This is the first of a series of articles about using Azure Media Services to create and consume HTML5 video. In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to use this cloud media solution to get set up and start experimenting with delivering live or on-demand video.Read More…
  • Material Design Lite
    Learning Material Design Lite: CardsMdl cards
    Cards are quickly becoming a “goto” UI pattern, particularly on the mobile web. In this tutorial, we are going to look into the cards component in Material Design Lite (MDL).Read More…
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  • Postcss preview

    If there’s one thing you really need to know about PostCSS, it’s that you should learn what it is and how to use it ASAP.

    In this series, Kezz Bracey takes a deep dive into PostCSS and will take you through all the major ways you can use it. If you haven’t already had your mind blown by what PostCSS is capable of, get ready for a brave new CSS world!

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  • Mdl series

    Material Design Lite (MDL) is a framework which enables front-end developers to quickly build websites according to Google’s Material Design principles. In this series, Thoriq Firdaus takes you through all the components of MDL, to help you start building right away.

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  • Pre 1

    During this short series, follow Jim Nielsen as he builds a simple web app based on the iTunes API. The app built during this series has a very specific use, but the principles and practical examples covered will arm you with a set of skills you can apply to many other projects.

    Check out the demo and dive in!

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