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2020 Resources

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    Miriam speaking at Develop Denver, 2019
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    Dynamic CSS

    with grids & custom properties

    • at Webconf.asia on

2019

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    Scroll Snap in CSS

    Without any JavaScript or “scrolljacking”

    When we’re scrolling down a page, or through a gallery of images, snap-targets can help guide us from one section or image to the next. In the past, developers have used JavaScript to hijack scrolling, but now we can manage scroll alignment directly in CSS with only a few lines…

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    Why We Switched to React Hooks

    Hooks are the new hotness in building web applications with React. In this article for BitSrc, Erica separates fact from hyperbole to examine why OddBird has embraced the new Hooks API to deliver a better product to clients, and how we’ve benefited from having simple, consistent patterns to manage state…

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    Design Systems & CSS

    We start by talking about design systems and design tooling – how they differ, and the problems they solve.

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    Panel conversation at Refactr.tech Conference
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    Diversity. Inclusion. Tech.

    Refactr.tech 2019 aims to solve tech’s diversity problem

    As we readied our seats for the first ever Refactr.tech Conference, I pondered the question: What would a technical conference look like if its organizers were intentional about inclusiveness but still centered on tech?

2018

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    Ethics, ES6 in Practice, and Dynamic CSS

    On Episode 18, the TalkScript team continues the live-ish at JSConfUS podcast series with guests Myles Borins, Tim Doherty, and Miriam Suzanne. Listen in!

2017

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    Blocking Analytics Spam

    Google Analytics is great for gathering data on who uses your web application, but becomes worthless if spam sessions start infesting your data. Here’s how we’ve tried to combat the problem for oddbird.net.

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    Generating Code Documentation for Polyglot Projects

    Code documentation is ideally written as close to the actual code as possible, but compiled into a comprehensive set of documentation that includes code from all languages in use. Here’s how we intend to do that.

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    Server-Side Rendering For Client-Side Apps

    We want the convenience of a client-side single-page application using our MV* framework of choice, but don’t want to sacrifice the SEO and UX benefits of rendering the initial markup on the server. And while we’re not here to trash on Node.js, we’re also not ready to commit to an…

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2016

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    Marionette puppet visits a spa
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    A Visit to the RESTful SPA

    You can’t always get away with a single-page app; sometimes you need server-side rendering. When you need both, here’s one approach.

2014

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    jQuery Chicago 2014

    Five practical JavaScript coding takeaways from jQuery Conference Chicago 2014.