Divi is powered by the Divi Builder, an insanely fast and incredibly intuitive front end editor like nothing you have seen before. It will change the way you build websites forever.
A beautiful, interactive WebGL powered initiative by New Zealand’s Ministry of Education to teach children kindness.
An article by José M. Pérez where he explores ways of building more performant websites.
Ruslan Habalov tells the story of how a bug allowed the mix-blend-mode CSS property to be used to leak visual content from cross-origin iframes.
Ana Tudor explores the current state of CSS gradient transitions and animations.
A fantastic three.js demo for VIP 2018 by Leon Denise. Check out the GitHub repo here.
An amazing kit that contains hundreds of cards and elements. Created by Greg Dlubacz.
A project in progress that aims to give simple, trustworthy website analytics.
A project that was started as a quest for building the ideal React image component.
An extremely interesting discussion on the vagueness of Google Font’s compliance to GDPR.
WTF is a personal information dashboard for your terminal, developed for those who spend most of their day in the command line.
Lin Clark’s visual guide to Firefox’s protection mechanisms, DNS over HTTPS and Trusted Recursive Resolver.
Some great examples that show the power of HSL color functions in CSS. By Chris Coyier.
NimForum is a light-weight forum implementation with many similarities to Discourse. It is implemented in the Nim programming language and uses SQLite for its database.