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Recovering Deleted Files From Your Git Working Tree

There are times when mistakes happen, and useful and important files are deleted by error or lost from your file system irrevocably (or seemingly, at least). Version control systems make it difficult to permanently lose files, provided they have been either added to staging or committed to a remote repository, because Git allows you to undo or revert...

Fri Dec 1, 2023 13:36
Cold Days, Shining Lights (December 2023 Wallpapers Edition)

As the year is coming to a close, many of us feel rushed, meeting deadlines, finishing off projects, or preparing for the upcoming holiday season. So how about some beautiful, wintery desktop wallpapers to cater for some fresh inspiration and get you in the mood for December (and the holidays, if you’re celebrating)? As every month since more than...

Thu Nov 30, 2023 11:58
Crafting A Killer Brand Identity For A Digital Product

It may seem obvious to state that the brand should be properly reflected and showcased in all applications, whether it is an app, a website, or social media, but it’s surprising how many well-established businesses fall short in this regard. Maintaining brand consistency can be a challenge for many teams due to issues like miscommunication, disconnect...

Tue Nov 28, 2023 12:36
A Few Ways CSS Is Easier To Write In 2023

A little while back, I poked at a number of “modern” CSS features and openly evaluated whether or not they have really influenced the way I write styles. Spoiler alert: The answer is not much. Some, but not to the extent that the styles I write today would look foreign when held side-by-side with a stylesheet from two or three years ago. That was...

Sat Nov 25, 2023 17:09
An Introduction To Full Stack Composability

This article is a sponsored by Storyblok Composability is not only about building a design system. We should create and manage reusable components in the frontend and the UX of our website, as well as coordinate with the backend and the content itself. In this article, we’ll discuss how to go through both the server and the client sides of our projects...

Fri Nov 24, 2023 00:19
CSS Responsive Multi-Line Ribbon Shapes (Part 2)

In my previous article, we tackled ribbons in CSS. The idea was to create a classic ribbon pattern using a single element and values that allow it to adapt to however much content it contains. We established a shape with repeating CSS gradients and tailor-cut the ribbon’s ends with clip-path() to complete the pattern, then used it and wound up with...

Wed Nov 22, 2023 17:33

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