Manipulating SVG using D3.js library

Posted by Antonio Grudiček on Friday, Jan 19, 2018
D3.js logo (Screenshot Source: https://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/e787e283b8cf9d5a8f8a)

If you are a frontend developer working with SVG images, you probably got in touch with various JavaScript libraries made specifically for manipulating vector images, like Raphael, SnapSVG or SVG.js. Although it’s not limited only to vector images, a great alternative to aforementioned libraries is D3.js.

Layout tools for the Web - CSS flexbox and grid

Posted by Mauricio Vidulin on Thursday, Nov 30, 2017
Grid visualisation in Firefox Nightly

If you are a front-end developer or you work with one you are probably familiar with the occasional frustration when it comes to generating a layout for a web page. Why is it so hard to do such an essential thing? Isn't that what HTML and CSS were made for? Have we been breaking the Web all this time? Is there a better way?

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