Nicole Oliver is back to chat with John, Ward, and Dan about how to design CSS for both design and optimal performance. Why care about the size of CSS? How do you gather elements when starting a project? And what are some tools to use to manage your CSS?
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Alan Davalos drops a wealth of knowledge and links on LitElement including: what is LitElement? What is CSS encapsulation? How does LitElement help with templating? Is LitElement able to integrate with other components?
What do you get when you combine FontAwesome icons with Toastr? Maybe ToastrAwesome or ToastAwesomer. If you have used Toastr then you know you can use your own CSS styling and make the toast look however you desire. Toastr comes with 4 basic icons as background images, but what FontAwesome allows y
Toastr was released almost 2 months ago and has had a nice response so far. We’ve kept it simple yet extendable and we’ve received a lot of good feedback over it. One interesting point we never explored was how customizable toastr already. Much of its appearance and behavior can be cus