Category: CSS

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useStateInCustomProperties

In my recent “Custom Properties as State” post, one of the things I mentioned was that theoretically, UI libraries, like React and Vue, could automatically map

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aspect ratio

New in Chrome 88: aspect-ratio

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Life with ESM

ESM, meaning ES Modules, meaning JavaScript Modules. Like, import and friends. Browsers support it these days. There is plenty of nuance, but as long as

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AnimXYZ

There are quite a few CSS animation libraries. They tend to be a pile of class names that you can apply as needed like “bounce”

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On Auto-Generated Atomic CSS

Robin Weser’s “The Shorthand-Longhand Problem in Atomic CSS” in an interesting journey through a tricky problem. The point is that when you take on the

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