When it comes to responsive type on the web, there’s more to do than just resizing the text’s container and having the text reflow inside of it. This in-depth article by Sara Soueidan covers various techniques for making text responsive.
Donovan Hutchinson covers a number of interesting CSS techniques while showing how to create a 3D model of the famous Macintosh Plus.
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Articles & Tutorials
Martin Angelov gives a nice overview of useful CSS3 features that are today (finally) pretty-much safe to use.
Dan Cederholm explains how powerful Sass (and other CSS preprocessors) actually are and why you should consider using them.
A really nice and thorough flexbox cheat sheet which you’ll certainly find useful.
Rob Dodson shows how to pierce Shadow DOM boundary with the hat selector (^).
Addy Osmani explains shortcuts that are available in Chrome for incrementing and decrementing (CSS) values.
A nice introduction to the CSS Standards Process by Sebastian Ekström.
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Version 5 of one of the most advanced responsive front-end frameworks has just been released. A plethora of new features (most important one being speed) should be a good enough reason for you to give it a try (yes, even if you’re a hardcore Bootstrap fan).
LESS Hat is an open-source mixin library for LESS. A couple of days ago version 2.0 was released (which brings 86 great mixins, robust workflow for editing, testing and creating new mixins).
A really beautiful demo that nicely demonstrates the power of CSS Filters.
Until next week