Matt Reich

Personal website and blog of Matt Reich.
Developer, part of the crew at Table XI.

  • How to use Sass !default values

    One of the core selling points of writing styles using Sass (or SCSS) is being able to use variables. This isn’t as novel a concept now that we have CSS variables native to CSS, but it’s still a big part of Sass. They work as you’d expect for the most part with one exception, the !default keyword. It’s not a feature most people take advantage of that often or maybe even know about, but let’s take a look at how this works so you can leverage it should the need arise.

  • Array Map

    One of the core skill-sets a developer needs are some strategies to handling data. I don't know about you, but I feel like I'm always doing this type of work. Arrays are a super common structure we encounter a lot in JavaScript and ES6 brought along with it some pretty great new array methods. These new methods are really powerful and can substantially clean up your code. Let's take a look at map() today to get things started.

  • Sass Maps are Cool

    Sass version 3.3.0 brought with it a handy new feature called SassScript Maps. These things are pretty powerful and can be used in quite a few interesting scenarios, but today we're going to take a look at how they can make our work with color variables even easier.

  • Google Structured Data Testing Tool

    I've been spending a fair amount of time working with microdata recently and I've found this Google Structured Data Testing Tool an incredibly useful to have a tool to help me test whether or not my markup has been correctly written.

  • Google — About Microdata

    Here’s a brief introduction to the concept of microdata from Google. It’s a nice resource with a handful of examples attached. SEO is definitely something that microdata improves so info coming straight from the horse’s mouth is something we should pay attention to.

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