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Learn how to put the Intersection Observer API to use for lazy loading images. By Dean Hume.
A great article by Jack Preston that will introduce you to the basics of data compression in a visual way.
An essential guide that lets you discover best practices, stories, and insights from the world’s top design leaders.
A tutorial by Tomomi Imura on how to implement an AI chatbot.
A really cool demo by Stephen Shaw powered by SVG, Vue, D3 and GSAP.
An svg map component built with and for React. It allows the creation of pure React SVG maps using d3-geo and topojson.
Adem ilter made this fabulous Chrome extension that highlights CSS grids.
Posterus is a library of promise-like asynchronous primitives (futures) that support true cancellation. By Nelo Mitranim.
A useful checklist for marketing side projects. Made by Karl L. Hughes.
“The Topography of Dante’s Inferno (Infernal Topography)” is an alternative learning tool for the Divine Comedy first Cantica, made for aiding visual memory. A fantastic Chrome Experiment developed by Alpaca.
Firefox on Windows is the first desktop browser to support the new WebVR standard (and macOS support is in Nightly).
A great WebGL recreation of the popular music video Andromeda by Gorillaz. By Yagiz.
Magically combine the transparency of a PNG with the compression of a JPEG. By Stephen Shaw.
Some lovely high-resolution watercolor textures by Tatiana Lapina.
Farley Reynolds shows how to make the fundamental aspects of Grid work across the browsers that support it, including IE versions that supported a different grid implementation.
AsciiDots is an esoteric programming language based on ASCII art. In this language, dots, represented by periods, travel down ASCII art paths and undergo operations. By Aaron Janse.