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tholman.com

Elevator.js

Are you sick of clicking ‘back to top’ buttons on websites, and being lifted to the top without a real elevator experience?

medium.com

Storybook Composition – combine Storybooks into one design system

Browse components from any Storybook inside your local Storybook. Works across frameworks. Made for design systems. Coming soon to 6.0

cindyjs.org

CindyJS

CindyJS is a framework to create interactive (mathematical) content for the web.

3perf.com

Case study: Analyzing Notion app performance

Having a quick app is more important than ever.

livecodestream.dev

Stranger Things, JavaScript Edition

Today we are going to make a special post dedicated to those weird JavaScript moments, where things behave a little bit strange.

greensock.com

ScrollTrigger

ScrollTrigger creates jaw-dropping scroll-based animations with minimal code.

roughnotation.com

RoughNotation

A small JavaScript library to create and animate annotations on a web page.

lea.verou.me

Today's Javascript, from an outsider's perspective

Today I tried to help a friend who is a great computer scientist, but not a JS person use a JS module he found on Github.

joshwcomeau.com

Animated Sparkles in React

On the web, we have two semantic tags we can use when we want to indicate that part of a sentence is particularly significant: em and strong.

swyx.io

The Third Age of JavaScript

The first age of JS, from 1997-2007, started with a bang and ended with a whimper.

ped.ro

Dynamically generating social images

Inspired by Chris Biscardi, Joel Hooks, Shawn Wang, and others, I, too, wanted to dynamically generate social images for my blog posts.

wattenberger.com

Creating a Gauge in React

Let's embark on a journey. At the end of this journey, we'll have created a gauge component in React.js.

css-tricks.com

Alpine.js

The JavaScript framework that's used like jQuery, written Like Vue, and inspired by TailwindCSS.

getstream.io

Styled Components vs. CSS StylesheetsSponsored

We lay out some of the essential pros and cons of styled-components vs. more "traditional" CSS stylesheets. Learn more here.

medium.com

How real design systems actually use Storybook

A roundup of the best Storybook techniques from leading design systems like Shopify, Workday, and BBC.

github.com

Isocity

A tiny isometric city builder in JavaScript.

mikenikles.com

Why I moved from React to Svelte and others will follow

React back then was, dare I say it, revolutionary in the web frontend world.

rangle.io

Styled Components, Styled Systems and How They Work

Sometimes the libraries that we use daily can seem a little bit like magic.

2019.stateofjs.com

The State of JavaScript 2019

We were pretty sure 2018 would be the last time we did this survey. After all, the JavaScript ecosystem can't very well keep changing again, can it?

medium.com

Storybook MDX for design system docs

A fast, expressive docs authoring workflow powered by MDX. Documenting a design system has never been this easy.