..due to it already being a grid system.
A round up of a popular Twitter thread asking disabled people what they find difficult about using the Web. Poor color choices and a lack of video captions were common problems.
How the Constraint Validation API works, why it’s not all that great, and approaches for validating forms properly.
Eric Bidelman runs through how to use Headless Chrome, using Karma as a runner and Mocha+Chai for authoring tests.
An interesting series of posts that digs into the practicalities of using WebGL to do GPU-based calculations.
Ire covers the difficulty of writing progressively enhancive CSS, and offers some tips on how to overcome it.
“How many times you wanted to change code (especially CSS) and you were afraid to death that you’d break everything.”
A browser-based networking library that exposes a simple peer-to-peer API that allows for peer discovery and the ability to send data (via WebRTC) to others.
Some details on how Safari 11 and iOS 11 implement WebRTC, and tips on bringing support to your own site.
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Using CSS Variables Correctly tutorial
Experimenting with the Background Fetch API tutorial
How to Rename a Font in CSS tutorial
Repeatable, Staggered Animation Three Ways: Sass, GSAP and Web Animations API tutorial
Creating Organic Shape Animations with SVG clipPath tutorial
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Five Huge CSS Milestones of the Past 10 Years opinion
Why Use a Third-Party Form Validation Library? opinion
Looking At The Future of Responsive Design opinion
A look at the evolution of responsive design and some thoughts on where it’s going.
Did CSS Get More Complicated Since The Late 90s? story
An interesting look into the early days of CSS and changes that have occurred since.
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Taking Responsive Web Design Beyond the Visual podcast
A discussion on a wider interpretation of responsive web design that includes user context, push notifications, future devices and accessibility.
Yes, Your Site Too Can (and Should) Be Accessible video
How The Financial Times went from being “generally oblivious about accessibility” to making it a core part of their process.
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URLColors: Colored Borders for Sites Based on URL Patterns tools
To distinguish dev, prod and staging versions of the same site, perhaps.
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Infinite Scroll v3: As Users Scroll, Automatically Load More tools
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