Keith J. Grant looks at three key characteristics of CSS that set it apart from conventional programming languages: it’s resilient; it’s declarative; and it’s contextual. Understanding these aspects of the language is key to becoming proficient in CSS.
Lindsey Wild shares how to unit test your Sass using an open-source tool called True.
To master all the ins and outs of the Sketch, get yourself a copy of Smashing Magazine’s The Sketch Handbook by Christian Krammer. The book is packed with practical examples and tutorials covering everything from layer manipulation to responsive baseline grids.
Articles & Tutorials
Hidde de Vries explains what CSP (Content Security-Policy) means for the front-end, and for those of us building user interfaces in browsers.
Inna Belaya explains the basic ideas of BEM methodology.
Daniel Tonon shows how to use CSS grid in a way that will work not only in modern browsers but also in Internet Explorer.
Eric Bailey clarifies why you should stop using the placeholder attribute.
This article takes you through the main features of the accessibility inspector in Firefox Developer Tools and how to use it.
A good primer on testing for accessibility in your emails by Samantha Connelly.
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Docz is a tool that will help you to easily create documentation for your projects.
A simple resource for finding and trying variable fonts.
Max Böck explores some fresh ideas for non-standard layouts using CSS Grid.