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Learn how to write more readable git commit messages that are easy to follow when looking through the project history.
A CSS feature allows you to create a compositional effect by mixing colors from two or more layers.
Upcoming CSS feature using @container at-rule to style elements based on the size of their parent container instead of viewport.
Are you still skeptical about TypeScript? If that's the case then this post will help you make an informed decision.
Redux open-source repository is one of the most beautiful well-documented beginner-friendly TypeScript codebase.
This post explains why elements with higher z-index values are not always in front of elements with lower z-index values.
CSS functions that describes the rate at which a numerical value changes used to describe how fast values change during animations.
Modern CSS tools has empowered CSS with many features beyond the language itself and built around PostCSS.
Before you complain about CSS problems at scale or request new features, you should read the design principles behind it.
CSS versioning is a mess with countless separate modules, CSS3 literally refers to anything beyond CSS2.1, and there is no such thing as CSS4.