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Issue №10  March 13, 2017

You might not need a CSS framework

Highlighting some of the drawbacks of frameworks and ways to work around the need for having a CSS framework. ▪ Read more
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 Articles, Tutorials outage postmortem
GitLab wrote a post wrapping up what caused their 18 hour site outage, how they planned to move forward, and why the whole incident started. ▪ Read more
Responsive CSS patterns without media queries
A few nifty CSS tricks for some laying out responsive pages without the need to use media queries. ▪ Read more
How to not utterly ruin your mobile app’s user interface
A review of mistakes to avoid when building a mobile UI ▪ Read more
The unexpected power of viewport units in CSS
Viewport percentage units, or “viewport units” for short, offer an alternative “fluid” value to use when percentage-based units prove inadequate. ▪ Read more
The 2017 state of responsive images
Jason Grigsby reviews the current state of RWD images ▪ Read more
User Sortable Lists with Flexbox and jQuery
A how-to on building a simple jQuery plugin which sorts elements based on the values of their custom data attributes ▪ Read more
MaintainableCSS is an approach to writing modular, scalable and, of course, maintainable CSS. ▪ Read more
SCSS Only Slider
How to create a SCSS only responsive slider. ▪ Read more


Wind Map
With a blizzard hitting the northeastern United States and canceling flights, thought it might be a good idea to see how the wind is affecting the country with this visual tracker. ▪ Read more
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