Node.js (55, 432 ★ on GitHub) and Django (37, 614 ★ on GitHub) are two powerful tools for building web applications.
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been building our UI Kit at Gusto, where I work, and this is a Figma document that contains all of our design patterns and components so that designers on our team can hop in, go shopping for a component that they need, and then get back to working on the problem that they’re trying to solve.
There’s a couple things that I’ve learned since I started. First, building a UI Kit is immensely …
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A headless blog you can take anywhere
Ever been working on your existing static site or anything that wasn’t built with WordPress, wanted to integrate a blog, but then couldn’t find a clean solution?
DropInBlog to the rescue.
Now you can quickly integrate a full featured blog into any existing site. Actually, …
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You better not cry, you better not shout, I’m telling you why: @BlueBeanieDay is coming Nov. 30! Start sharing your #bbd photos, links, articles, and videos now: https://t.co/3US4vHBsDR#a11y #WebStandards #InclusiveDesign #ProgressiveEnhancement pic.twitter.com/AiV3ktRqka
— zeldman (@zeldman) October 24, 2018
I feel the same this year as I have in the past. Web standards, as an overall idea, has entirely taken hold and won the day. That’s worth celebrating, as the web would be kind of a joke without …
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