Today I studied TypeScript Decorators [https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/decorators.html]. It's a powerful feature but, in some examples, a little difficult to understand at first glance. Nonetheless, I'm advancing with bravery and caution. 😁 On the CSS side, I learned more about flow layout, margin collapse rules, and
Today I finished another Frontend Mentor Challenge. 💪 It was built with static HTML + CSS: grid and flexbox; css variables, media query and etc - fairly basic stuff. And I used CodeSandbox for my environment. I'm planning to use SASS in my next "basic" project (and Stitches [https://stitches.dev] on
A few days ago I changed the CSS of my Tip Calculator [https://arthurvmdantas.work/journal/journal-2021-08-31/] [1 [https://arthurvmdantas.work/journal/journal-2021-08-31/]] to use BEM [https://en.bem.info/methodology/] [2 [https://en.bem.info/methodology/]]; it's now a little more organized and easy to understand the code semantics.
I continued working on a front end exercise  [https://www.frontendmentor.io/challenges/tip-calculator-app-ugJNGbJUX] and learned some things about CSS: * You can style the outline of elements  [https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_outline.asp] (in my case, I used it to style text inputs); * It's pretty easy
Today I have worked on my current frontend challenge. I had some difficulty adding an image as a background in React. In my case, the image was inside the src folder. This is quite simple, actually, and this article  [https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/react-background-image-tutorial-how-to-set-backgroundimage-with-inline-css-style/] helped me on this