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Advantages of a Pearl Harbor Tour
Advantages of a Pearl Harbor Tour

Please link source article Advantages of a Pearl Harbor Tour Picture it. You wake up one morning during your Hawaiian getaway and decide you want to see what Pearl Harbor has to offer. You’ve heard so much about it and know it frequently comes up as a “must-see” experience for everyone visiting Oahu. You roll... » read more

The Bottleneck of the Web
The Bottleneck of the Web

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: Steve Souders, “JavaScript Dominates Browser CPU”: Ten years ago the network was the main bottleneck. Today, the main bottleneck is JavaScript. The amount of JavaScript on pages is growing rapidly (nearly 5x in the last 7 years). In order to keep pages rendering and feeling fast, we need to focus on... » read more

Learning to Learn
Learning to Learn

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: There’s been a lot of talk recently about whether or not you need a degree to be in tech (spoiler: you don’t). But please don’t take this to mean you don’t need any kind of education to be in tech, because by not getting a degree, you’re opting to replace the... » read more

The Best Site To Buy Your Domain Name
The Best Site To Buy Your Domain Name

Hands down The Best Site To Buy Your Domain Name is NameSilo.com.  They deal with all manner of TLDs (the last few letters after the last . in a name i.e. .com) and they are consistently cheap to register, they come with FREE Privacy Protection (Which Godaddy Charges Like $8 For) AND heres the kicker... » read more

Mask Compositing: The Crash Course
Mask Compositing: The Crash Course

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: At the start of 2018, as I was starting to go a bit deeper into CSS gradient masking in order to create interesting visuals one would think are impossible otherwise with just a single element and a tiny bit of CSS, I learned about a property that had previously been completely... » read more

An Unexpected Aviation Milestone
An Unexpected Aviation Milestone

Please link source article An Unexpected Aviation Milestone When Japan bombed the American Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, it set into motion a chain of events that changed the course of history. One immediate impact was on the commercial aviation industry, which was still in its infancy. A major milestone in commercial aviation was inadvertently... » read more

What We Want from Grid
What We Want from Grid

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: We felt spoiled with CSS grid for a minute there. It arrived hot and fast in all the major browsers all at once. Now that we’re seeing a lot more usage, we’re seeing people want more from grid. Michelle Barker lists hers wants (and I’ll put my commentary after): Styling row... » read more

Dealing with overflow and position: sticky;
Dealing with overflow and position: sticky;

The old way Telling an element to behave both stickily and static in the browser window is somewhat challenging. Before (modern) browsers introduced a native solution, we had to resort to faking sticky behaviors (e.g., for headers, sidebars etc.) using javascript and position: fixed;. Javascript listens for scroll events and the element’s position in the document,... » read more