New year, new things to learn! Read on to learn how to make a grid-powered resume, what happened to React in 2019, if the Weird Web can make a comeback in 2020, how to move your project to TypeScript at your own pace and how to animate on the web with GreenSock
Let’s Make a Grid-Powered Resume!
Here’s a swell post by Ali Churcher on how to make a grid-powered resume! It’s also neat that Ali explores how to make sure that it’s designed for print as well, just in case you need a physical copy, too.
A Year of React — 2019 in Review
In this post, Kristofer goes through the year, highlighting some of the biggest new features and news stories of React in 2019. To finish it off, he’s also found the recordings from some of his favorite React conferences!
Can the Weird Web make a comeback in 2020?
The Weird Web, as Neal Agrawal describes it was a largely Flash-enabled wild west style internet that died out in the 2010s as ideas like UX, and A11y began to take hold. Are those ideas permanent, or is the wheel about to turn, taking us back to a more creative, less usable web?
How to move your project to TypeScript — at your own pace
How to Animate on the Web With GreenSock
Sarah’s written a fantastic piece all about how to animate on the web with Greensock. She breaks down why you might want to use GreenSock over other animating methods, such as it’s really great API for doing the actual animating (whereas CSS animations can get a bit finicky if they’re complicated).
Thank you for reading and happy coding! ❤️
/Fredrik Ward, Senior front-end developer @ Bouvet and co-creator of Sketch2React