I'm Markus Oberlehner,
a Web Developer working at karriere.at.

Open Source is my passion. I'm the creator of avalanche and node-sass-magic-importer.

Personal Projects

  • node-sass-magic-importer is a custom node-sass importer for selector specific imports, node importing, module importing, globbing support and importing files only once.

    The node-sass-magic-importer module is available as a npm package.

  • vuex-map-fields is a package which enables the usage of two-way data binding when using Vue.js in combination with Vuex.

    The vuex-map-fields module is also available as a npm package.

  • avalanche is a modular, package based CSS framework.

    The avalanche framework establishes the foundation for a package based CSS workflow. avalanche provides building blocks for you to handpick and integrate into your workflow.

Latest Articles

Using Cloudinary and Storyblok to Handle Assets for a Vue.js Application

In this article we‘ll learn how we can combine the awesome digital asset management platform Cloudinary with the power of Storyblok to automatically handle image optimazation for us. We‘ll also explore how we can use the additional data, like the dominant color or the aspect ratio of an image, provided by the Storyblok Cloudinary Assets plugin, to implement enhanced image lazy loading...

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Creating a Responsive Alternating Two Column Layout with Flexbox

Last week a Tweet by Benjamin De Cock about how to achieve a two column layout with CSS Grid popped up in my timeline. This reminded me of my own journey of creating a two column layout featuring the image left / text right, text right / image left pattern, I've gone through very recently...

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Using Docker to run BackstopJS Powered Visual Regression Tests

My very own CSS framework avalanche, uses BackstopJS for regression testing. Unfortunately, for the most time, this didn't work as expected on my continuous integration service of choice: Travis CI. The rendering of fonts is slightly different on the Linux image which is used on Travis CI compared to macOS which I use for development...

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