Five Frontend Things Friday #20

Here are five things in the Frontend Engineering world, that I found interesting…

  1. Using Conic Gradients and CSS Variables to Create a Doughnut Chart Output for a Range Input - Ann Tudor, over on the CSS-Tricks blog gives a nice example of using conic-gradient.
  2. front-end-interview-handbook - Yangshun Tay, working at Facebook, has put a nice repo on github together going over answers to the ‘front-end-interview-handbook’. Must read.
  3. headless-devtools - Johnny over on his github says,”Lets you perform Chrome DevTools actions from code by leveraging Headless Chrome+Puppeteer”. This looks really useful to run some automated info about your webapp.
  4. Stimulus 1.0: A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have - From DDH, over on the Signal v. Noise blog, announces the 1.0 release of a JS Framework that they use on Basecamp. Interesting read to hear his thoughts on approach for the framework, even if you don’t decide not to use it.
  5. Love by Ronik - Love by Ronik, is a cool project put together for Valentine’s Day. Worth a look to see the source on github and see how they use WebGL + React.

Keep Rising,

Kevin B. Ridgway

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