WebHack Monthly curates the best articles related to the topic of the WebHack Meetup every month.
The September's WebHack is all about the fabulous web frontend: The utility-first CSS framework TailwindCSS and the animation on Reactjs!
Before the event, we have great articles hand-picked by our speakers and our editors. Wondering what utility-first CSS is? Feeling not comfortable on animation? Here's the answer, let’s check it out!
TailwindCSS's document depicts the idea of the utility-first CSS, a.k.a Atomic CSS architecture to you. This article is a very straightforward yet thorough explanation of the utility-first CSS.
Once you learned the utility-first CSS, first thing came up in your mind, same as all other developers, must be: what's the difference between utility-first and inline style? This article is the best response!
Doing a pixel-perfect animation is easy! From the basic idea of animation to a handy JS package, David Khourshid brings the comprehensive guide of animation to you!
Web apps are notorious for their non-native-like experience, but not anymore. Gavyn McKenzie use React Router alongside with a simple package and some CSS tricks, to make the transition smooth and native-like!
Still want to learn more? Let's meet in the WebHack #26 at Sep.11!