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TWiW|7.7.19 #80

This week we take a look at how Netflix used CSS to make their Jessica Jones Easter egg, Design Systems, data structures and more!


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Delightful user interfaces: Easter eggs

Delightful user interfaces: Easter Eggs

By Netflix
Netflix reveals how they used CSS animation to make an efficient Easter Egg for series three of Jessica Jones.
Design Systems and Front-End architecture
CSS & JavaScript

Design Systems and Front-End architecture

By Stuart Robson
Stuart Robson has released his presentation on Design Systems and it is chock full of insights and resources. Highly recommend checking it out.
Data Structures and Algorithms in JavaScript

Data Structures and Algorithms in JavaScript

By Adrian Mejia
In this repository you can find the implementation of algorithms and data structures in JavaScript. This material can be used as a reference manual or you can refresh yourself with specific topics before an interview.
The fundamentals - HTML + CSS

The fundamentals - HTML + CSS

By Syntax
In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk about the 'fundamentals' of web development and what you need to know - HTML, CSS foundations and more!
via/ @jensimmons

via/ @jensimmons

By 1:24 AM - 27 Jun 2019
Since there is so much interest in this, I made a graphic to round up the different CSS properties that are coming to help us style underlines. Some work in some browsers today. All have fantastic fallbacks, so you can start using them now. (They do NOT break anything in IE11!)
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