After reading Sarah Drasner‘s great book SVG Animations: From Common UX Implementations to Complex Responsive Animation my love for SVG’s was rekindled and I decided to have a little fun. Enjoy the warmth of the glowing SVG Sun.
No matter what project or team I find myself working on one thing that is a constant variable is the act of committing. How branching, flow and deployment is handled, how often commits are made, the mentality behind a commit as well as the standard, or lack there of, of commit messages and processes.
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I needed a lightweight (no 3rd party libs) and reusable Accordion React component that could have a single or multiple instances running at one. Finally it needed to be able to be controlled by either a local component state, redux store or both simultaneously…
Ok people, it’s 2014. Time to get over i-frame based maps if you ask me.
It is a post web 2.0 world with more Api’s and libraries than you can shake a stick at. Why then do I find that most sites I visit, including recently developed sites, still insist on using the standard google maps iframe plugin? My suspicions are two fold.
Along with the rest of the web world I’ve been noticing a trend emerging on websites. The trend of having a hidden navigation which slides to reveal it self, pushing the content out of the way. The ‘hide-slide’ like many recent design trends started its days in crazy world of app UI and has quickly trickled down into web design. So how can you achieve such an effect?