This is a growing collection of articles that I have written.
CSS animations and transitions are great. They give us the power to spice up web experiences and help to make them feel more 'alive'. However, at the same time, animations and transitions can make a web experience far worse, when done the wrong way.
For the last 4.5 years I have been the Frontend Lead for sgalinski. Well. I am not any more.
You followed our previous Gulp articles? This part completes the series and informs you about the integration in TYPO3 projects with Yeoman!
You are annoyed of the long compile times of compass or Ruby doesn't fit in your development toolchain? Find the solution in this new article!
You ever wanted to automate your usual frontend tasks while developing a new website? Read in the article how we implemented a solution with gulp.
While browsing the web on my phone, I noticed that all of the sudden my headerbar changed to red. Being the webnerd that I am, I wanted to know how you can do that. Turns out it's pretty easy!
Three weeks ago I attended the first beyond tellerrand conference in Berlin. And I really got to say, it was an awesome experience.
A while ago I was somehow involved in a discussion about linting code. Linting is this handy process where you throw your code into another program which then starts yelling at you for all the little bad practices and mistakes you've put in there, which will eventually break your code.
In my current build setup, I use SASS for writing my CSS and gulp as my task runner. Compiling my SASS code with gulp-sass works pretty well, but one thing kept bugging me for quite some time.