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Serverless. It’s kind of a phenomenon. All sorts of web developers can make use of it, including front-end developers! Here’s one way to think about it: they allow you to take your front-end skills and do things that typically only a back-end can do. Depending on what you all make use of, serverless is possibly […]
We just finished a semi-major internal project of upgrading how we handle our preprocessing services for Pens. Part of that work, ideally the only thing you’ll notice or care about, was upgrading the versions of all the preprocessors we offer the latest versions. We do that fairly regularly, but once in a while, there is […]
It’s that wonderful time of year again when we get to published The Most Hearted lists! In case you didn’t know, there is a three-level hearting system on CodePen. These lists of Pens, Posts, and Collections simply total up the total number of hearts (factoring in double and triple hearts) and display them in order.
External Resources are links to.js scripts or .css stylesheets that you can put into the settings of a Pen to include in the rendering of the Pen. As you’re likely aware, there are thousands upon thousands of frameworks and libraries and such that you could use. Not to mention scripts and stylesheets of your own […]
It’s been a while now (7 months) since we flipped the switch to make CodePen entirely HTTPS. I figured we’d check in with a progress report. These are things that are aside from the standard benefits of HTTPS. As Kayce Basques explained in Why HTTPS Matters: HTTPS protects the integrity of your website HTTPS protects […]