Because Edge Cases are the Only Certainty in Development

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Overhead view of an iPad and an iPhone next to a cup of coffee.
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Getting my Personal Website to 90% Done was Easy, that Last 10% was Not

Add those extra little touches, and propel a site from working to wow.

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Lately, It Seems Like CSS is Having a Moment, and I’m Digging It

One Solution When the Primary Code Can be Open Source, but Specific Content Needs to be Private

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The Dev Community’s Willingness to Share Almost Anything is One of the Many Reasons I ❤️ Being a Web Developer

The One Time Errors Should Happen in your Code

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There’s only one situation developers want errors to happen, and that’s in specific tests

Bringing Together the Best of the CSS min() and CSS max() Functions

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Today is such a wonderful time to write CSS

Automatically intercept all the requests and responses so you don’t have to remember to do it yourself.

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As the Internet gets more mature and sophisticated, gathering the data to do those complex things gets more complicated too.

Because animations and gradients in CSS are delightful.

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I love when websites go the extra mile…

Why leave the IDE to test new endpoints? Now you don’t have to.

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Web Developers fetch a lot of data

They’ve come a long way since the days of Promise.resolve() and Promise.reject().

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Promises, Promises.

Don’t let unreliable test data keep your new features from making it to production

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Paige Niedringhaus

Staff Software Engineer, previously a digital marketer. Frontend dev is my focus, but always up for learning new things. Say hi:

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