Welcome to Day 11 of “Frontend Rewind 2023”!
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🌿 Fun fact: Saturnalia, the ancient Roman festival dedicated to Saturn, was a riotous celebration from December 17 to 23. The festivities included a public sacrifice, banquets, gift-giving, and a carnival-like atmosphere that turned societal norms upside down. Masters served their slaves, gambling was fair game, and a “King of the Saturnalia” presided over the merriment. The exchanged gifts were often playful, like gag gifts or small wax figurines known as sigillaria.
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Meagan Fisher writes about her journey to becoming a “Designer Who Codes,” or a designer with front-end development skills. She explains the benefits of learning to code and how it has improved their career.
Tyler Sticka shares the process of creating the rubber effect using SVG paths and CSS transitions, including accessibility and compatibility considerations.
Druzhok is a free display font designed by Vlada Oleynik, featuring alternative characters and ligatures for flexibility in personal and commercial use.
A beautiful blooming WebGL experiment by Ksenia Kondrashova.
Appreciate your time in today’s advent journey; looking forward to connecting again tomorrow! 👋🎄