Blog posts with tag css
Don’t you just love a good card grid? Well, I know I do. Card grids light up the web! They allow us to present our information in a user friendly way - using images and graphics as we please.
Sidebar navigation menus are the most common layout pattern used by web apps nowadays. But most of the components that we have are not really responsive. In this article I'm going to walk you through creating a truly responsive sidebar navigation menu in Angular using the Angular Material library.
In this article, we'll create a blog post card layout using Angular and TailwindCSS and it's utility first pattern.
Cards an essential UI element nowadays for almost any web application. Here is how to create a simple Angular Material card which shows the weather for today.
Animations add a nice touch to any application, if they're used in suitable places and not overdone. But when you're developing games, they are an absolute must!
A few months ago I wrote about how to set up a responsive card grid using the Angular Flex Layout library. It proved quite useful to a lot of people, with more than 6000 views till now!
CSS is often seen as a bane by many web developers. It is not like your typical programming language and can be a bit hard to understand. However, you can learn a few common CSS layout techniques to make it all easier!
Truncation is a common problem when developing user interfaces with varying lengths of text. While truncating a single line of text is easy through good old CSS, how to truncate multiple line text can be a challenge!
RxJS in Angular can seem a bit difficult at first. But once you learn to leverage its power, it makes your code cleaner and more readable!