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Issue №27 Monday; July 10, 2017

Dave Rupert's slow conversion over to Web Components

"I like that Web Components are an entirely client-side technology but can be rendered server-side in existing tech stacks whether it’s Jekyll, Rails, or even some Enterprise Java system." ▪ Link
 Articles, Tutorials 

A multi-input field messaging app concept

A design concept for texting app that has a way to save the message currently being typed while you want to send another text. ▪ Link

50 resources to help you start learning JavaScript in 2017

I'm starting to dig deeper into JavaScript, the language of the web, with the hope of being able to teach CSS better to developers. Just kidding. Sort of. ▪ Link
You do not need a CSS Grid based Grid System
"Create solid markup, uncluttered by additional elements that the past tells you that you need." ▪ Link

Bootstrap to CSS Grid

"CSS grid isn’t a hack, it’s a proper layout tool for the web." ▪ Link
All-in-one React development guide
"This guide is intended for people who know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript at a beginner-to-intermediate level already." ▪ http://www.react.express/Link
 Tools 
Mini.css
mini.css aims to provide as much functionality as possible in less than 7KB gzipped. ▪ Link

Tinyreset

Tiny CSS reset for the modern web ▪ Link
"Out of the Office" FIlter
Summertime means a lot of "out of the office" replies. Set up these email filters to, well, filter them out. ▪ Link
 Honorable Mentions 
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