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hex to rgb(): Convert Hexadecimal CSS Colour Values to CSS rgb() Function Calls

Inspired by this Tweet by data visualisation and generative design expert Mike Brondbjerg I've created a tiny tool for the use case of converting CSS hexadecimal colour values to their rgb() counterparts: https://bjoernkw.github.io/hexrgb/ is there a nice online tool for converting a string of hex codes to a string of RGBs? thanks!— Mike Brondbjerg | @mikebrondbjerg@vis.social (@mikebrondbjerg) February 4, 2019 hex to rgb() is a simple utility web app that converts hexadecimal CSS colour values to CSS rgb() function calls. Very much ... Read more

Miriam Suzanne – Don’t Use My Grid System (Or Any Others) @ beyond tellerrand Düsseldorf 2018

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Chrome DevTools Tips and Tricks

Chrome DevTools - or rather the development console of your favourite browser - is an essential toolkit for the modern web application developer. They help you with both debugging your own application and understanding and hence learning from other people's JavaScript, HTML and CSS code. Mastering your tools is a key ingredient to mastering your trade. Therefore it's vital to always be learning about how to use these tools more efficiently and how to apply them in different ways or with new ... Read more

Rachel Andrew @ RuhrJS 2017: Start Using CSS Grid Layout Today

As the obligatory CSS person at a JavaScript conference, at RuhrJS 2017 CSS expert Rachel Andrew gave a talk on CSS grid layouts and how they differ from flexbox layouts: Read more

Flex Box Explained with Animations

Flex Box is a fairly new CSS3 layout standard that allows you to have layout elements automatically fit the available space according to layout rules defined in a website's stylesheet. While as of today still a W3C Candidate Recommendation Flex Box is already well-supported by all major browsers. In contrast to tried and true block- or grid-based layouts with Flex Box the onus of defining the exact placement of an element isn't on the designer but the browser. Flex Box therefore is ... Read more

Jeremy Keith About Resilience In Web Applications @ beyond tellerrand 2016

At this year's beyond tellerrand conference in Düsseldorf web developer Jeremy Keith gave a talk on resilience in web applications: Resilience - Jeremy Keith - btconfDUS 2016 from beyond tellerrand on Vimeo. The World Wide Web - or the Internet for that matter - since its inception always was designed as a resilient, fault-tolerant medium. This not just applies in a technical sense but in a social or even political way, too. As John Gilmore is famously quoted: "The Net interprets censorship as ... Read more