Micah Godbolt lays out the tools and processes his team is using for Visual Regression Testing.
Jeremy Keith describes how to give a massive boost to the perceived performance of the first page load on a site by putting the most important CSS in the head of the page.
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Articles & Tutorials
Jens Oliver Meiert argues that !important is legitimate, useful and it is not going to go away. And so instead of screaming “no !important,” we should relax, and use (and teach to use) !important responsibly.
Ben Smithett explains how to use Webpack for writing modular code with explicitly declared dependencies.
Chris Coyier on why and how to make web performance a part of your active development process.
Donovan Hutchinson explains how to make use of CSS keyframe animations and a bit of overflow trickery to create the radial progress bars shown in the activities section of Apple’s new watch.
Anselm Hannemann explains why you should never alter a scroll behavior.
A node library and command line tool to test the integrity of your internal and external hyperlinks.
A Gulp plugin that will check if all your defined CSS classes are used in your HTML files and vice versa.
Yusuke Sugomori designed a font entirely with CSS. Pretty crazy.