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Backgrounds SVG : les rayures

Continuation des bases de SVG : Dudley Storey commence ici une série sur les motifs et les backgrounds. SVG permet de réaliser des choses impossibles en CSS
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Watch: Creating High Resolution Background Images with CSS

Watch: Creating High Resolution Background Images with CSS | Front End development | Scoop.it
In this screencast, Russ Weakley shows you how to create hi-res background images at a 2x and 3x resolution for narrow and wide screens with media queries.
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The State of Front-End Tooling – 2015 - AshleyNolan.co.uk - Blog and Portfolio for Ashley Nolan

The State of Front-End Tooling – 2015 - AshleyNolan.co.uk - Blog and Portfolio for Ashley Nolan | Front End development | Scoop.it
The State of Front-End Tooling – 2015 - AshleyNolan.co.uk - Blog and Portfolio for Ashley Nolan
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Designers Should Design, Coders Should Code

Designers Should Design, Coders Should Code | Front End development | Scoop.it
Here's why you need someone who understands code but doesn't necessarily live in it.
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15 Awesome CSS3 Text Effects

15 Awesome CSS3 Text Effects | Front End development | Scoop.it
Every web designer wants to create only standing apart websites that are appreciated by all Internet users. Of course, it’s impossible to satisfy everyone’
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50+ Mobile Application Frameworks (HTML, CSS & js)

50+ Mobile Application Frameworks (HTML, CSS & js) | Front End development | Scoop.it
The best mobile application frameworks to build mobile apps in html,css and javascript these are extremely useful for developers.
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Essential Tools & Libraries for Modern JavaScript Developers

Essential Tools & Libraries for Modern JavaScript Developers | Front End development | Scoop.it
Ivaylo Gerchev guides you through the landscape of modern JavaScript tooling, highlighting useful libraries along the way, with links to further reading.
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7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with CSS

7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with CSS | Front End development | Scoop.it
CSS and JavaScript, believe it or not, are starting to overlap as CSS adds more functionality. When I wrote 5 Ways that CSS and JavaScript Interact That You May Not Know About, people were surprised at how CSS and JavaScript have come to overlap.  Today I will highlight seven tasks you can accomplish with CSS -- no JavaScript or imagery required! CSS @supports Every good front-end developer feature-tests before using features which a browser may not have.  Feature testing has always done with Ja
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The quick guide to speeding up your websites

The quick guide to speeding up your websites | Front End development | Scoop.it
Speed is usability.

To say it more accurately, website speed is a major part of usability. The most intuitive interface ever created by the mind of man will do
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A Look at Length Units in CSS

A Look at Length Units in CSS | Front End development | Scoop.it
Gajendar Singh explains and demonstrates the different length units available in CSS, including absolute, relative, and viewport-relative units.
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Tout sur les sprites CSS

Tout sur les sprites CSS | Front End development | Scoop.it
Les sprites combinent plusieurs images dans un fichier image unique, ils sont largement utilisés dans les animations complexes. Belle intro par Chris Coyier.
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Synchronizing Offline App Data with PouchDB

Synchronizing Offline App Data with PouchDB | Front End development | Scoop.it
Jay Raj looks at using PouchDB and the Ionic framework to synchronize local app data with remote central databases.
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Creating Cel Animations With SVG – Smashing Magazine

Creating Cel Animations With SVG – Smashing Magazine | Front End development | Scoop.it
Heydon Pickering streamlines the workflow for creating GIF-alike animations with SVG and demonstrates that automation can be a friend to creativity.
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SVG animation with GreenSock.

SVG animation with GreenSock. | Front End development | Scoop.it
GSAP brings vector images to life using scalable vector graphic (SVG) animations. You can animate a scene, develop HTML5 banner ads, improve project interfaces – the options are endless. My aim is to give you an introduction to GreenSock, the benefits of the platform and how to use it effectively.
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Getting Started with JavaScript Realtime Dashboards

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How to get started building realtime dashboards with live-updating charts, graphs, and maps using the EON JavaScript framework, MapBox,...
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Introduction to the MEAN Stack

Introduction to the MEAN Stack | Front End development | Scoop.it
Aldo Ziflaj introduces you to a stack called MEAN and show how to build a simple application using it.
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CSS vs SVG: Styling Checkboxes and Radio Buttons | Creative blog by Adobe

CSS vs SVG: Styling Checkboxes and Radio Buttons | Creative blog by Adobe | Front End development | Scoop.it
In this post, we’ll tackle custom HTML form styling—specifically checkbox and radio inputs.
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Vizor

Vizor lets you create compelling VR content right in your browser
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Naming CSS Stuff Is Really Hard

Naming CSS Stuff Is Really Hard | Front End development | Scoop.it
Limit gross refactoring tomorrow by picking class names that are less likely to change. Ethan shares three naming options to help cushion the blow of future design changes.
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20+ Docs and Guides for Front-end Developers (No. 5)

20+ Docs and Guides for Front-end Developers (No. 5) | Front End development | Scoop.it
Louis Lazaris with the latest installment of learning tools and resources for front-end developers.
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Toi seul : utiliser only-child de CSS

Toi seul : utiliser only-child de CSS | Front End development | Scoop.it
Les cas d'utilisation sont nombreux : comme souvent avec les pseudo-classes, il nous permet d'écrire un code concis et adapté au contenu dynamique.
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Understanding CSS Counters and Their Use Cases

Understanding CSS Counters and Their Use Cases | Front End development | Scoop.it
CSS counters are a rarely used CSS feature. But they can be very handy once you understand how they work and in what cases they are most practical.
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CanIUse Command Line

CanIUse Command Line | Front End development | Scoop.it
Every front-end developer should be well acquainted with CanIUse, the website that lets you view browser support for browser features.  When people criticize my blog posts for not detailing browser support for features within the post, I tell them to check CanIUse:  always up to date, unlike posts on any blog.  While I know to use the CanIUse website, I recently found out that CanIUse has an accompanying Node.js module for looking up browser support. To install the utility, use a typical npm ins
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