We've been working hard to provide developers with useful knowledge and unique viewpoints on SitePoint, and would love to show you some of our top articles from August.
CSS Grid has turned out to be the most exciting evolution of CSS for quite a while. It’s a specific CSS tool for building any web layout you can think of, from the simplest to the most complex. Today, CSS Grid is widely supported by all major browsers — it’s clear that the dark days of hacking layouts using floats are gone forever.
NoOps is a new development approach that involves relieving developers of needing to constantly work with operations members, speeding up deployment time, testing, and workflow.
You’ve done it. You’ve made it through the initial screening process. You’ve just earned an interview with one of the most prestigious and successful companies in your industry. As you’re waiting in the office with three other candidates, a fourth candidate walks in.
In this article, you’ll learn how you can use Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 to set up and run a local Linux shell interface in Windows without using a virtual machine. This not like using terminals such as Git Bash or cmder that have a subset of UNIX tools added to $PATH. This is actually like running a full Linux kernel on Windows that can execute native Linux applications. That’s pretty awesome, isn’t it?
Writing future-proof CSS is hard. Conflicting classnames, specificity issues, and so on, come up when you have to write and maintain thousands of lines of CSS. To get rid of the aforementioned issues, Styled Components was created.
We've also released a number of extracts from SitePoint Premium on the blog. Check them out:
- How to Set Up a Vue Development Environment by James Hibbard
- Getting Started with React Native by Wern Ancheta
That's it for this month. If you're looking for more, check out our July roundup. Let us know what you'd like to see more of in the comments!