Junior Frontend Development weekly link sharing #29

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Mr Frontend weekly link sharing of this week include nice links with SVG, JavaScript, Design and a lot of other things to check out.

This list based on the sharing of the whole community and what we shared on our social media channels this week! We hope you like it!

If you have things you missed in the list, please add them in the comments 🙂

  • JavaScript Weekly Issue 301: September 15, 2016
    Angular 2 Final Released, The Future of ES6, Why Use Flow (The Static Type Checker)?, Video Tutorial Series: Using React JS for Front-End Development, Template Literals are Strictly Better Strings,…
  • Issue #230
    Find out how to resize your components using CSS relative units, how exactly CSS locks and currentColor work, how can you use CSS Filters in your newsletters, and more.
  • 9 Popular Courses on CSS Animation
    In the early days of the web, animation became known for all those clunky, complex effects that may have looked great but were slow to load and often confusing to use.But when it’s used in the…
  • Building Resizeable Components with Relative CSS Units | CSS-Tricks
    The following is a guest post by Ahmad Shadeed. Ahmad has put together a ton of examples to show off how using relative units can benefit us. I think a lot of us think of units like em as being for…
  • Building Your Startup With PHP: Email Commands
    What You’ll Be CreatingIntroductionThis tutorial is part of the Building Your Startup With PHP series on Envato Tuts+. In this series, I’m guiding you through launching a startup from concept to…
  • Issue #229
    Learn how to use SVG + 9-slicing to achieve a dynamically-sized shadow, how to approach CSS refactoring, why you should consider using Custom Elements when building your pattern library, and more.

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