I put forth this vote to the developer community yesterday, which seems much more important than any other vote going on this week!
Gulp is the greatest thing to happen to building websites in a long time. But lately, it feels like all I’ve been doing as a web developer is building the build processes of my websites. So, obviously, I chose to build a thing which builds the build processes which builds a website.
Yes. You read that correctly, position:sticky! Just another blog post about HTML/CSS features that aren’t available in a lot of modern browsers yet!
Don’t you think it’s time we used the
<picture> element as an enchancement to responsive sites? I did too, so this week I used it for the first time.
I’m challenging myself to complete the Daily UI challenge, which gives you a prompt for a UI element every day for 100 days.
A login screen I made for a certain project that I can’t reveal!
I refactored some jQuery from a popular CodePen which transitions between tabs in an info window.
Live sales chat with Facebook-style chat head bubbles
Here’s some of the software and tools that I’m using right now to manage, develop and test my projects.
Found these beautiful free vector buildings and objects from isometricmaps.com and went ahead and animated them using CSS.
That’s right I changed my WordPress theme around. Welcome to Dan Bovey v5.0!