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'There was this incredible life': telling the true story of the Notorious BIG

“This was a four-year journey for us,” film-maker Emmett Malloy tells the Guardian of his ambitious new documentary that aims to tell the story of Christopher Wallace, more famously known as the Notorious BIG.

Forgotten Camps, Living History

Kumaji Furuya set his gaze upon a wedge of geese crossing the Louisiana sky. It was October 1942, and unaccustomed to the climate and family separation, the prisoner was in search of ways to temper the pain.

Data fetching

You can learn more about the differences in the pages section. These rendering modes are tightly coupled to the way that you do data fetching.

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Tailwind CSS & Svelte on Snowpack - Preprocess | The Mindless

Snowpack is a tool for building web applications with less tooling and 10x faster iteration. Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS…

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Straightforward guide to use TailwindCSS with Sapper

There are many articles online on integrating Tailwind into Next.js/Nuxt.js, but there are only a few ones for Sapper. Most of them are: outdated, very complicated, doesn't allow to use of all features of TailwindCSS, like @apply. Some of them are...

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The Things I Add to Tailwind CSS Right Out of the Box

Greg Wolanski

In every project where I use Tailwind CSS, I end up adding something to it. Some of these things I add in every single project. I’ll share these with you, but I’m also curious what y’all are adding to your tailwind.css files. I’ll start with myself. In

Svelte and Spring Animations

Adam Rackis

Spring animations are a wonderful way to make UI interactions come to life. Rather than merely changing a property at a constant rate over a period of time, springs allow us to move things using spring physics, which gives the impression of a real thing

Inside the collapse of Ant Group's $37B IPO as Jack Ma underestimated the extent to which he was regarded as a threat by the CCP (Henny Sender/Nikkei Asia)

Henny Sender / Nikkei Asia: Inside the collapse of Ant Group's $37B IPO as Jack Ma underestimated the extent to which he was regarded as a threat by the CCP — the date of Singles' Day, the Alibaba-led shopping extravaganza — Jack Ma released a short film.

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