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Welcome to my "Week in Review" series. This week contains an interesting AI tool and links to improve your CSS skills. Enjoy. You can share your thoughts about the tools I present in this article with me in the comments below or on Twitter.
How normal am I?
"How normal are we really? 🤔" this question made me curious when I found "How normal am I?" on ProductHunt. It is a live experience to see how an AI would judge your face.
All you have to do is allowing the website to access your webcam (they say no personal data is collected) and start the process. It's funny when you get feedback like "You are more attractive than 80% of the Spice Girls.". I am not sure, but still - thank you! 😅
You can try it for free on hownormalami.eu.
"Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us" by Daniel H. Pink fascinates me. I am halfway through it and have highlighted many valuable pieces of information. I can recommend this book to anyone, especially leaders and entrepreneurs.
⛓ Links of the Week
- "Full-Bleed Layout Using CSS Grid": you will be surprised how easy it is to create modern layouts with CSS Grid.
- The built-in macOS app switcher is okay, but I was looking for an alternative and found Witch. I am still playing around with it. Let's see.
- Did you know VS Code has an extension that lets you run Microsoft Edge inside editor with browser developer tools?
- Share beautiful screenshots of your Tweets on Instagram or any other platform with twiger.
- Last week I tested earthly. Earthly is a build automation tool for the post-container era.
- Is it possible to fade-out the end of a text line in CSS?. Yes, it is, even if you work with gradients.
- You can do more with CSS media queries than just adding CSS rules based on the given screen width, did you know that?
- iOS Shortcuts are fantastic. I use a lot of them. Last week I found an extensive collection with over 600 of them!
- Create easily customizable tooltips with Cooltipz.css!
- Have you seen Checka11y.css already? It's a CSS stylesheet to quickly highlight a11y concerns. Wonderful idea, Jack Domleo!
- Meet the Simpsons Slider build with GSAP.
🐦 Tweets of the Week
James Q Quick #YouTubeForDevelopersToday is the day 🥳 #YouTubeForDevelopers LAUNCHES IN A FEW HOURS!
Working on final cleanups and edits right now.
youtubefordevelopers.com12:32 PM - 07 Oct 2020
Giannis Koutsaftakis@kouts_tweetUsing @github's built-in features to host and deploy a @storybookjs
dev.to/kouts/deploy-s…08:38 AM - 11 Oct 2020
S@rthak ⚡️📚👨🏻💻Takeaways from talk with @ravinwashere
🔸Do not copy or imitate others, be a trend setter
🔸Take responsibility of your content
🔸Set rules of dos & don'ts
🔸Be a leader not follower
🔸It's all about community, if you help you get help
Ravin, please improve if I am wrong05:45 AM - 11 Oct 2020
Yan Cui is making the AppSync MasterclassThis is gold.10:56 AM - 07 Oct 2020
(+ a couple lines for handling shortcuts)11:08 AM - 07 Oct 2020
Dimitri 🔥 Ivashchuk@divdev_@catalinmpit I remember @ukutaht's interesting insight:
You can work 5 years in one company on 1 project or You can work 5 years in an agency and work on 5 projects
Difference is colossal indeed10:28 AM - 07 Oct 2020
Product Haunt 👻@producthuntHow normal are we really? 🤔
A live experience to see how an AI would judge your face
meow.ph/how-normal-am-i04:04 AM - 07 Oct 2020
Bye, bye, 41/2020.
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