March 4th: Burgers, Buttons, and Bombs
In this peaceful, meditative game from Matthew Main "your goal is to breed a bright red flower that reaches all the way to the sky".
Coding bootcamp Fullstack Academy is offering $100K in scholarships so you can get the skills you need to get hired as a developer ASAP.
Check out the Pens from week four of the February 2019 Shapes challenge, including Liam Egan's gorgeous "Polygon Surface".
Katherine Kato shares how to create block reveal effects using CSS and the Animate on Scroll JS library in this tutorial post on Dev.to.
A fun mobile pagination button concept from Himalaya Singh.
Netlify makes web hosting eye-openingly easy. One way to do it is to just literally drag and drop a folder. Even better, connect a Git repo to a Netlify site and tell it what branch you want to watch, then any commits to that branch will automatically go live, even running your sites build as it does it.
Nana shares a handy cheatsheet with diagrams to help you level up your CSS selecting skills.
Darryl Huffman transforms Vincent Van Gogh's masterpiece into a work of WebGL art in this beautiful Pen.
Jon Kantner shares a tasty twist on the traditional hamburger menu. The burger unfolds to reveal clickable menu items on each layer.
Simon Goellner recreates the "the bouncy, bright UI and all of the subtle interactions" of Pokemon Let's Go in this playful Pen.
Colin van Eenige's collected WebGL experiments are a wonder to behold.
It's the one year anniversary of the first #CodePenChallenge! Marie, Chris, and Cassidy look back on a year of the CodePen Challenge, and chat about plans for future challenge themes and prompts.
"I've been playing minesweeper since I was a kid, and have recently began playing it again a lot, and thought it would be a fun coding challenge to make it for the web. Here's a first stab at it" from Matt Soria.
2pxsolidblack brings the original Commodore logo to the browser in this CSS illustration.