The amazing portfolio of Misaki Nakano is our pick this week.
A must-read piece by Parimal Satyal on the endangered open web.
Divi 3.0 introduces a completely new visual interface that will forever change the way you build websites.
A great article that debunks some myths around CSS Flexbox and Grid and shows how to use them together.
Some brilliant CSS trickery by Chris Coyier.
A Google Experiment built with WebVR and spatial audio where you can see and hear indiviudal layers of music.
Jonathan Harrell shows how to use new and old selectors for custom form styling.
Mark Litwintschik shows how to use the second most deployed piece of software in the world, SQLite.
Zach Leatherman introduces postcss-foft-classes, a plugin for managing CSS font loading stages automatically.
Apple’s proposal for a native mechanism to instantiate the template element.
An amazing set of animated images to show how sorting algorithms work.
Lea Verou shares her solutions to the distinct URL problem, including one that uses Service Workers.
A fantastic project where you can explore and study vector fields in real time.
A curated collection of the leading resources on Node.js best practices. By Yoni Goldberg.
An interesting article on user research by Adam Silver.
Jeremie Boulay’s Codevember demo of some bouncy elastic balls.
Kailash Ahirwar’s collection of useful AI cheat sheets on machine learning.
A Star Wars Kylo Ren page preloader made with HTML and CSS only.