A beautiful scroll experience with special effects. Our pick this week.
Drew McLellan writes about the state of the HTML5 input types in 2019, which can be used, and which should still be avoided.
A book that will teach you how to use SVG not only for illustrations but also as graphical documents that you can integrate into complex HTML5 web pages, and style with custom CSS. Web developers will discover ways to adapt designs by adding data based graphics, dynamic styles, interaction, or animation.
Jon Moore’s summary of current design trends and predictions for 2019 and beyond.
With this library you can add shiny reflections to text, backgrounds, and borders on devices that support the
Surma writes about how to make Emscripten and npm play nicely together using Docker.
Ire Aderinokun explains why and how to use the :lang pseudo-class.
An open source checklist of resources designed to improve your online privacy and security.
By utilizing a simple and minimal usage syntax, rels enables you to easily view various analytics and stats regarding the releases of any GitHub repository.
An API that can be used for searching the largest database of immersive face filters, 360 videos, and 360 photos. The SVRF API is free to use across all types of apps: camera, messaging, chat, dating, creation, community, and more.
Spectrum is a cross-platform image transcoding library by Facebook that can easily be integrated into an Android or iOS project to efficiently perform common image operations.
An interesting read by Chris Heilmann on how the web became complicated, especially when it comes to self-publishing.
Jared Tong explains a trick for making a flawlessly scrollable menu.
A deep dive into creating an Augmented Reality app by Anselm Hook.
The first article in a series on SVG filters. This guide will help you understand what they are and show you how to use them to create your own visual effects.