You can learn anything, but you can’t learn everything 🙃
So accept that, and focus on what matters to you
— Una Kravets 👩🏻💻 (@Una) September 1, 2017
Una Kravets is absolutely right. In modern CSS development, there are so many things to learn. For someone starting out today, it’s hard to know where to start.
Here is a list of things I wish I had known if I were to start all over again.
1. Don’t underestimate CSS
5 things CSS developers wish they knew before they started is a post from CSS-Tricks
This is Part 1 of our 2-part tutorial. Part 1 will cover the following:
Introduction to reactive programming with Rx* and observables
Setting up our Angular app
Integrating the Annyang library for speech recognition support
Implementing a form component allowing users to speak or type words to use in the madlib story
In Part 2, we will cover:
We’ve already covered “The Notch" and the options for dealing with it from an HTML and CSS perspective. There is a bit more detail available now, straight from the horse’s mouth:
Safe area insets are not a replacement for margins.
… we want to specify that our padding should be the default padding or the safe area inset, whichever is greater. This can be achieved with the brand-new CSS functions min() and max() which will be available in a future …
Designing Websites for iPhone X is a post from CSS-Tricks
This just in: Web developers are easily swayed by tentacled sea creatures. But wait, I’m getting ahead of myself. I’ll get back to that in a moment.
Caching and cache-busting front-end resources have been common for a number of years now. When dealing with front-end resources, you want to be able to accomplish two things: