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TWiW|22.9.19 #90

This week we take a look at some nifty CSS card hover effects, pair programming, HTML support in email clients, button placement in forms and more!

 

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CSS card hover effects
CSS

CSS card hover effects

By Jhonier Riascos Zapata
Jhonier Riascos Zapata has created a neat hover effect in pure CSS where the hover interaction causes the card to expand and reveal its contents.
Storybook 5.2
JavaScript

Storybook 5.2

By Michael Shilman
Storybook powers component development for design systems and now requires zero configuration to get started. Michael Shilman discusses the latest release.
Pair programming patterns
Programming

Pair programming patterns

By Bob Fornal
Pairing allows us to produce better solutions, share knowledge and context of the fly, mutually learn and develop amongst other things. Bob Fornal shares some patterns he found worked best.
Can I email?
HTML

Can I email?

By caniemail.com
Based on the hugely popular `caniuse`, Can I email provides a lookup for HTML and CSS features and their support in various clients. Really handy for building well designed emails!
(Why) Some HTML is ‘optional’
HTML

(Why) Some HTML is ‘optional’

By Remy Sharp
Remy Sharp discusses how legacy elements have kept some old HTML tags alive in this day and age, such as the <p> tag!

 


Where to put buttons on forms
UX

Where to put buttons on forms

By Adam Silver
Adam Silver discusses how button placement can make or break a form and how considering some simple rules can vastly improve the user experience.
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