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Motion Paths – Past, Present and Future

Cassie Evans has a great intro to motion paths. That is, being able to animate an element along a path. Not just up/down/left/right, but whatever curvy/wiggly/weird path you want.

It's an interesting subject because there are so many different technologies helping to do it over time. SMIL, JavaScript-powered animation libraries, native JavaScript APIs, and even CSS via offset-path and friends. I think offset-path is funny - it was changed to that name from motion-path as you don't technically haveRead article

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Techniques for Rendering Text with WebGL

As is the rule in WebGL, anything that seems like it should be simple is actually quite complicated. Drawing lines, debugging shaders, text rendering… they are all damn hard to do well in WebGL.

Isn’t that weird? WebGL doesn't have a built-in function for rendering text. Although text seems like the most basic of functionalities. When it comes down to actually rendering it, things get complicated. How do you account for the immense amount of glyphs for every … Read article

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Weekly Platform News: Upgrading Navigations to HTTPS, Sale of .org Domains, New Browser Engine

In this week's roundup: DuckDuckGo gets smarter encryption, a fight over the sale of dot org domains, and a new browser engine is in the works.

Let's get into the news!… Read article

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The Rising Complexity of JAMstack Sites and How to Manage Them

When you add anything with user-generated content or dynamic data to a static site, the complexity of the build process can become comparable to launching a monolithic CMS. How can we add rich content to static sites without stitching together multiple third-party services?… Read article

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Firefox 71: First Out of the Gate With Subgrid

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Filtering Lists Dynamically With Vue on the Server Side is Easier Than You’d Think

I recently attended the ARTIFACT conference in Austin, TX, and was inspired by a few talks about accessibility through the lens of site performance. It became clear to me that there is this tendency to rely on big JavaScript frameworks to handle the work — like React, Vue, and Angular — but that can be overkill in some cases. That is, negatively affecting site performance, and thus accessibility. At the same time, these frameworks can make development easier and more … Read article

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