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  • New Goodies

  • Mastering the CSS Clip-Path Property

    Cascading Style Sheets offer a way to create an expressive structure for your site. See how, when the clip-path properties are applied with taste and good judgment, shapes can improve the presentation of your content.

  • Displaying Basic Scalable Shapes on Your Web Pages with SVG

    One of the issues with images on your Web site is that when you try to scale the page or display it on different devices, the image can become dithered or malformed. Learn how to use scalable vector graphics (SVG) to avoid this issue.

  • Working with Anonymous Table Objects

    Some languages are missing key elements for properly building tables. See how CSS defines a mechanism for automatically inserting the missing table components as anonymous objects.

  • Guide to Using Different CSS for Different Browsers

    For any web project, you will need a CSS style sheet. After all, it commands how your website will look and feel. So, how many CSS style sheets do you need to make your project work?

  • Explore TypeScript Fat Arrow!

    Of all of TypeScript's many notable features, the fat arrow is arguably one of the most powerful, yet it is also the most confusing to newbies to the TypeScript language. In this tutorial, Rob Gravelle explores the fat arrow's role and usage.

  • Modifying CSS Width Attributes with jScript So It Works!

    Many people to to dynamically change the width of HTML tags and fail to have it work. Learn the right way!

  • Manipulate DOM Elements Without Writing JavaScript Code

    No.js is an extremely lightweight JavaScript library that allows you do DOM manipulations without writing any JavaScript whatsoever. If that idea appeals to you, then read on and let Rob Gravelle demontrate what No.js can do for you!

  • 10 Essential Media Queries to Include in Your CSS Style Sheets

    Explore 10 media queries that can keep your web pages stylish and well organized.

  • Generate a Bar Chart with D3.js

    In the last article, we used the D3.js library to display the contents of a CSV data file within a dynamically generated HTML table. This time around, we're going to step things up a notch by producing a slick SVG bar chart from a JSON data set.

  • Getting Started with Grunt.js

    Learn how to automate simple build tasks with the help of Grunt.js.

  • The Model-View-ViewModel Pattern and Angular Development

    Rob Gravelle shows how Angular follows a component-oriented architecture, while sharing some of the concepts of both MVC and MVVM by presenting a couple of coding examples.

  • Bring Your Data to Life with D3.js

    D3 is a JavaScript library for producing dynamic, interactive data visualizations in any web browser. Rob Gravelle shows us how to use D3 to display the contents of a CSV data file within an HTML table.

  • Getting Started with CSS Counters

    Learn how to implement CSS counters, which allow you to adjust the appearance of web page content based on its location in a document.

  • Integrate JSON Web Token Authentication into Single-page Apps

    JSON Web Tokens (JWT) are one of the most widely used authentication mechanisms in modern SPAs. In this article, Rob Gravelle shows us how to set up a SPA in MS Visual Source Code. Within that development environment, we'll build and test an SPA that authenticates a user's credentials against one that is stored securely in a MongoDB database.

  • Migrating from Old Style Layouts to CSS Grid

    Explore the main concepts that make the new CSS Grid feature so rich and important to today's web designers and developers.

  • Web Scraping JavaScript Rendered Content

    HTML parsers like jsoup only see the raw page source and are completely unaware of any content that is added to the DOM via JavaScript. Rob Gravelle shows us how to automate the Chrome headless browser from a Python script.

  • Manipulating CSS Using jQuery

    See how you can dynamically change the CSS with jQuery to update the appearance of your Web pages.

  • Overlapping Elements with Z-index in CSS

    Learn how the proper use of the z-index can provide solutions to appearance and CSS design issues.

  • Featured Goodies

  • A Designer's Guide to Getting Started with Web Development

    Your design options may be limited due to lack of technical skill. Designers who are capable of efficiently collaborating with developers will be able to open the doors to rewarding projects and lots of development in the future.

  • Exploring Online Webmaster Tools

    One of the most exciting developments of the Web is the emergence of online tools. There is even a category of web tools that caters specifically to webmasters. Rob Gravelle examines the role of the webmaster and presents a few sites that provide useful tools.

  • Top HTML5 Features: Simplified Script Tags, Autofocus, and More

    In part 2 of the Top HTML5 Features series, Rob Gravelle presents a few more great additions to the HTML spec, including simplified script and link tags, the autofocus feature, and more.

  • Revolutionary HTML5 Online Website Generation Tools: SILEX, Weebly, and Wix

    Online "no code" website generation tools can be accessed from any device, where ever you are, and that they enable you to create a great site without needing a lot of programming or coding knowledge. Rob Gravelle presents three of the most popular: SILEX, Weebly, and Wix.

  • HTML6 Proposals Wishlist

    Earlier this year, people started getting excited about some of the proposals for HTML6 that were being tossed around. Rob Gravelle highlights some of the more interesting ones.

  • Top HTML5 Features: DOCTYPE, FIGURE, and Form Enhancements

    HTML5 has been around long enough for us to take a close look at what its original intent was and if it has met the challenge.

  • HTML5 Coding Methodologies

    In order to develop in a smarter and better way, we should adopt a set of coding methodologies that foster a smoother development life cycle. Rob Gravelle explores a few of the latest coding methodologies that have found their way into web developers' arsenal.

  • Beyond HTML

  • Mastering the CSS Clip-Path Property

    Cascading Style Sheets offer a way to create an expressive structure for your site. See how, when the clip-path properties are applied with taste and good judgment, shapes can improve the presentation of your content.

  • Displaying Basic Scalable Shapes on Your Web Pages with SVG

    One of the issues with images on your Web site is that when you try to scale the page or display it on different devices, the image can become dithered or malformed. Learn how to use scalable vector graphics (SVG) to avoid this issue.

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