Mr Frontend Development weekly link sharing #31

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Mr Frontend weekly link sharing of this week include nice links with CSS, JavaScript, Frontend 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 🙂

  • MinMaxing: Understanding vMin and vMax in CSS
    I’ve covered the very useful vw and vh CSS units in a previous article, but the related vmin and vmax units are far less known and generally poorly understood. This is unfortunate, as the units have…
  • Harry Roberts on why pragmatism trumps perfectionism
    The CSS wizard on showing veteran devs how to improve their sites, hanging on to those unsexy old tools and the dangers of ‘view source’ addiction.
  • CSS Floats Explained By Riding An Escalator
    Your is almost perfect. You decide to introduce some floats to fix the relationship between a few elements.
  • Issue #231
    Find out why you should stop testing your pattern library manually, how much accessibility and general purpose functionality is built into the simple button, how to create a simple Column Charts in…
  • How to Build a Striped Navigation With Flexbox
    Thanks to flexbox, nowadays we can build some really attractive and modern layouts with relative ease. In this tutorial we’re going to look at an interface used recently for Google National Parks,…
  • How to Set Up Basic Routing in Angular 2
    With the recent official release of Angular 2, it’s a good time to get up to speed on some of the biggest changes. One thing that’s changed a lot is the Angular 2 router, which was completely…

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