Secure Contexts Everywhere

Anne van Kesteren for Mozilla says: Effective immediately, all new features that are web-exposed are to be restricted to secure contexts. Web-exposed means that the feature is observable from a web page or server, whether through JavaScript, CSS, HTTP, media formats, etc. A feature can be anything from an extension of an existing IDL-defined object, a new CSS property, a…

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2017/2018 JavaScript

There has been a lot of research on the landscape this year! Here are a few snippets from a bunch of articles. There is a ton of information in each, so I’m just picking out a few juicy quotes from each here. Perhaps the most interesting bit is how different the data looked at is. Each of these is different:…

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Get Ready for `display: contents;`

Last year I asked, "Will we be flattening our HTML for CSS Grids?" The issue is that the only way for elements to participate in the same CSS grid together (or flexbox for that matter) is for them to be siblings. So, in some cases we might be incentivized to forego HTML semantics for the benefit of layout (not great).…

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The Ultimate Guide to Headless CMS

The World Has Changed—So Must the CMS Having a responsive website is no longer enough. Your audience expects a seamless and personalized customer experience across all their devices—the age of headless technology is coming. Headless CMS is the next generation in content management for brands that want to stay ahead of the curve by engaging customers through the growing number…

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What You Build

Just a little reminder that it’s about 100 times more important what you build than how you build it. — Chris Coyier (@chriscoyier) December 10, 2017 What I was feeling when I wrote that was a little tired of endless discussions on tech minutia and yearning for more focus on what we are building and discussion about why. If you’re…

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Five Design Fears to Vanquish With CSS Grid

CSS grid, along with a handful of other new CSS properties, are revolutionizing web design. Unfortunately, the industry hasn’t embraced that revolution yet and a lot of it is centered around fear that we can trace back to problems with the current state of CSS grid tutorials. The majority of them fall into one of two categories: Re-creating classic web…

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