Christoph Hochstrasser

Designer at Ing. Christoph Hochstrasser Joined about 8 years ago

  • 3 stories
  • Posted to CSS4 should have nesting., Dec 16, 2015

    I don’t necessarily think that it has to be included. If you look at SASS & LESS coding guidelines in the community and at companies you will notice that most of them discourage the usage of nesting.

    So I think nesting could stay just as preprocessor feature, for people who absolutely need it.

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  • Posted to Spotify will find your Star Wars match using The Force, Dec 15, 2015

    Looks like it doesn’t load in Safari.

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  • Posted to Persona - All the World’s a Stage, Dec 15, 2015

    Yay, MacBook fan is spinning up when viewing the site

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  • Posted to Survey DN: CMS for clients, in reply to Ed Adams , Nov 06, 2015

    I like very much. It’s free for 1 user, or with CC-licensed content for 3 users and paid plans start at 7$/m. It also offers completely custom types and has a great API. There aren’t any prebuilt plugins for any static site generators however. Though it’s not hard to build one yourself.

    Having used both Contentful (briefly) and Prismic (client project), I think that Prismic has the better UI. Content releases and previews on your real site are other great features.

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  • Posted to Dropbox Paper Beta (Waitlist), in reply to Abe Yang , Oct 16, 2015


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  • Posted to Ask DN: Evernote replacement? , in reply to Chris Aalid , Oct 05, 2015

    If you’re really into Hackpad and know how to build an iOS app, then the app’s source is available here.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Evernote replacement? , Oct 04, 2015

    Pretty happy with new on El Capitan. Also enjoying using Hackpad for collaboration, though it will be succeeded by Dropbox Notes.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Alternatives to CodeKit environment, Oct 03, 2015

    WebPack looks like an interesting alternative. Module support is one of the features that I miss the most in CodeKit. Also, setting up WebPack looks a lot simpler than Grunt.

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