An excellent introduction into automated screenshot generation with PhantomJS and ImageMagick. Stoyan Stefanov shows how to easily compare differences on the site before and after you make changes, which will give you confidence that introduces changes didn’t mess anything up.
Martin Wolf explains in simple words the new srcset and sizes syntax for responsive images.
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Articles & Tutorials
A very nice introduction to Foundation’s grid system by Nick Pettit.
I’m quite sure that you, as a regular CSS Weekly reader, know at least three of those things. Am I right?
In this talk Simurai shows how to use Flexbox, currentColor and EMs inside components to quickly style entire Web Apps straight in the browser.
Firefox DevTools are getting better and better every day. Heather Arthur and Robert Nyman give a nice overview of new features that are already available on Aurora channel.
This article focuses on simplifying the process of writing your media queries by creating a custom Sass mixin.
Hologram is a Ruby gem that parses comments in your CSS and turns them into a beautiful style guide.
Pleeease is a CSS post-processor that adds prefixes, variables, pseudo-elements and rem unit support, packs same media-queries in one @media rule and minifies the result.
Until next Week