Episode 36 (GitHub Sponsors beta, Multi-line truncate & Utility-first CSS frameworks)
Getting supported as an open-source developer has always been tricky. Your project and your code is located on GitHub or somewhere similar, but your donate button is on your personal website. GitHub now introduces a sponsor button for people and projects! How does it work?
Ever needed to have an ellipsis show up on the 3rd line of your paragraph? With just CSS it’s actually impossible — until now! Multi-line truncate (temporary name) will be an easy solution for this design problem.
Do you have a hard time thinking of CSS class names? Why not just use a utility-first CSS framework like Tailwind.css? We talk about why it’s so counter-intuitive as avid users of BEM naming. But also why it can benefit some people who aren’t dependent on class names at all.
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BX_aN4N6x7g
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