Friday 22 December 2017
Me! Me! Me!
Styling Components – Typed CSS With Stylable – by me on 24ways More Me! Me! Me!
Meet Bruce Lawson, the British web warrior who draws his inspiration from India – an interview by Alok Soni Not me!
Debugging CSS Grid Layouts With Firefox Grid Inspector by Chen Hui Jing
Safari service workers and other PWA good news stories – Web Manifest coming to WebKit, too!
VJ On The Go – “a progressive web app, to run on a Samsung S8 phone with the ability to project audio reactive visualisations controlled by a MIDI controller” by Ada Rose Cannon and Ruth John
Intent to Implement :matches() – the standardized version of webkit-any() and :-moz-any().
WHATWG: Further working mode changes – WHATWG gains an Intellectual Property policy and a governance structure. Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla make up Steering group, which can over-ride editors.
Add accessibility role mappings to element definitions – in which Leonie “Watters” Watson and I offer to add ARIA role mappings to the WHATWG spec
UC Browser Developer Edition “enables the DevTools Protocol whereby developers can debug remotely with any compatible client, such as Chrome DevTools. The latest build is based on Chromium 57 with good supports for PWA and ES2015+’s new features.”
Introducing Turbo: 5x faster than Yarn & NPM, and runs natively in-browser
CSS usage on the web platform – Microsoft’s analysis of CSS used in 2 million web pages.
An Open Source Etiquette Guidebook – excellent stuff.
3-D printed objects connect to WiFi without electronics
Making of the IBM Plex font – 5 min video
MENSTRUAPPS – How to turn your period into money (for others) – “should it really be considered normal for us to see ads for diet shakes, tips for how to get our husbands back or baby heart monitors all day, every day?”
I Made My Shed the Top Rated Restaurant On TripAdvisor – “And then served customers Iceland ready meals on its opening night.”
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