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Web Development Reading List #164: Enjoy The End Of 2016, It Wasn’t The Worst

Welcome to the last reading list of the year. I’m happy to still have you as a reader and very grateful to all the people who value and support my work. I hope you’ll be on vacation for the upcoming days or can relax a bit from your daily work. Remind to take care of yourself, and see you next year!

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Security Link

Web Performance Link

Animation In Design Systems By Sarah Drasner12
A preview of an animation flow on mobile. (Image credit13)

CSS/Sass Link

Work & Life Link

Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead.18
Having a system is what matters. Committing to the process is what makes the difference. (Image credit19)

Going Beyond… Link

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— Anselm

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is a freelance front-end developer and architect and cares about sustainable front-end experiences and ethical choices in life. He curates the WDRL, a weekly handcrafted web development newsletter that thousands of developers love, subscribe to, and donate for.

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    Perfect timing, Thanks Anselm for sharing. CSS/Sass Multi-line box-decoration-break Property came in handy for a design problem I was facing.

    Thank you for the reading list once again and
    Merry Christmas!
    Enjoy the best of the season.

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    Thank you for the article on documenting animations in a design system. Happy Holidays!

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    2015 was the crappy year. I dont care if the rest of the world thinks differently. They may all fall of its edge. 2016 was 40% bad, 60% good. 2015 was 90% pure-nightmare crap, 5% so-so and maybe 5% good. So overall, 2016 was good. End of story :)

    cu, w0lf.


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