There’s actually much more to the seemingly simple border-radius rule than you might think. An amazing presentation by Lea Verou.
Simon Madine gives an overview of most popular tools for automatic CSS testing. In other words, this is an excellent introduction to unit testing in CSS.
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Subheads are typographic devices that establish content structure for the reader, providing a short overview of the content that follows. Marko Dugonjić shows how to make them pop with a pinch of CSS.
In a nutshell, although ::selection is not part of any specification browsers will surely continue to support it for quite some time.
Pam Selle shares a couple of interesting and to-the-point thoughts on working with CSS. She touches the topics of training, style guides, code reviews and recommends you conquer worst practices first to improve your CSS.
Adnane Belmadiaf explains why he prefers Stylus to other CSS preprocessors. This article is basically a short (but nice) introduction to Stylus.
Pretty interesting discussion on Flexbox performance (make sure you don’t miss comments).
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A very handy tool that will help you visualize and manipulate CSS transition functions.
Steve Heffernan created an awesome editor that will allow you to easily customize video.js skin. Make sure you dig into the code, there’s a couple of nice tricks you can pick up from it.
Until next week