The long-awaited CSS feature has finally landed behind a flag in Chrome Canary. In this article, we will take a look at an example of using them in conjunction with a clever, AI-based cropping solution from Cloudinary.
Social share cards are a great addition to any website, however building them manually could be challenging. This article discusses how to create them in an automated way, and it also introduced a plugin that can be used with Eleventy.
Light and dark mode options are frequently added to websites; however, most solutions implement it as two-states, righteously. In this post, we'll take a look at a better, three-state approach.
Lazy-loading is a concept that allows us to defer the loading of certain components to eliminate potential performance bottlenecks. This article discusses lazy-loading techniques for popular frontend frameworks.
This article discusses how to best optimise videos shot in landscape/portrait mode in a React environment using the Orientation API.
What are the best ways to manage media assets for a Jamstack project? The aim of this article is to discuss your options.
Create a custom React component to do colour replacement using Cloudinary on your images.
The A in the Jamstack refers to APIs. In this post we take a look at how and why APIs matter for the Jamstack.
Explaining the three basic CSS positioning models in order to understand the concept of CSS.
Creating memes is always fun - in this article we take a look at how to utilise Cloudinary to generate themes for the Dolly Parton challenge.
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