In this interesting interview Nicole Sullivan tells why bubblegum, carpentry and pianos hold lessons for performance-conscious coders.
Bruno Azevedo detailly describes Group Buddies’ process for making design come to life. He covers the CSS/Sass files and folders’ architecture, their code guidelines and approach to Pattern Libraries.
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Articles & Tutorials
Val Head explains how to create great looking typography for all screen sizes and resolutions without a lot of complex code.
Tyler Gaw shares a couple of useful and creative CSS techniques and tricks while recreating incredible opening sequence of the show True Detective.
Daniel Buchner explains what element queries are, why are they difficult to implement in browsers and what are your current options for using them.
Will Newton demonstrates a couple of nice animation effects and explains how to create them.
A very nice introduction to Sass unit testing by Matias Singers.
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Bootcamp is a Jasmine-style behavior-driven development framework for testing Sass code.
A tool for creating Compass/Sass logical unit tests. At this point True can only test values, not property/value output, so the author recommends using it with version-control for integration testing by comparing changes in output files.
Deliciously amazing CSS experiment by Marco Barría. Also, don’t forget that the cake is a lie.
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