This past week, I've been reading into shadow dom and other new browser support features. After reading into webcomponents, I stumbled upon this cool open-source project called css-doodle.
css-doodle is a web component that requires shadow dom and custom elements, which almost all of the latest web browsers support. I plan to write about the shadow dom for another post.
After hopping around a few links, I discovered the creator of css-doodle, Chuan Yuan, lives in China. So, I emailed him 8 questions to find out more about him and his cool open-source project css-doodle.
能避免写小程序就尽量避免。 一是不是开放的 web, 二是API设计得不好。
谢谢！也不是每天，一有新的我就会很想分享出去。有一些发布在 codepen 上，可以去看看。用 css-doodle 代码都很短，所以一般都很细。如果一个效果段写得太多，那说明不太合适使用 css-doodle
就是 KISS 原则，sweetie 比 stupid 好听，忘了在哪看到的。
Right now I'm with a company, not doing any freelancing.
If I can avoid developing Wechat mini programs, I'll avoid them. Pro is that its not development for the web, Con is that the wechat api is not designed so well.
Thanks, its not actually everyday. If there's a new design I'll just share it. I've shared some on codepen, you can take a look. When using css-doodle, writing one up requires very little code, so it's very light. If you're writing something that requires a lot of code, than maybe, css-doodle is not so suitable.
I don't plan the design, I just start.
It's the KISS principle. I think sweetie sounds better thn stupid. Forgot where I orginally heard it from.
I've failed in the past few years, not much to share what has been acheived. Next year short term goal would be to learn a new language. Hebrew?
Thank you Chuan Yuan for the reply.
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