Key principles using modern CSS, fluid type, fluid space, flexible layout and progressive enhancement will help you to build better front-ends that work for everyone.
In this article, Louis Lazaris describes and demonstrates some interesting HTML attributes that you may or may not have heard of and perhaps find useful enough to personally use in one of your projects.
Alessandro Pignotti (@alexpignotti)Tue, 01 Feb 2022 13:42 GMT
Whoa. webvm.io runs a full Debian VM entirely in your browser via WebAssembly... and it ships with working Perl, Python, Ruby and Node.js!
Post detailsWe have made a server-less virtual Linux environment that runs unmodified Debian binaries in the browser. This is powered by CheerpX, a WebAssembly virtualization platform. Feel free to play with it and report bugs: leaningtech.com/webvm-server-l…
Leaning Technologies (@leaningtech)Tue, 01 Feb 2022 13:15 GMT
Simon Willison (@simonw)Wed, 02 Feb 2022 01:53 GMT
Appending to a Querystring using Go (1 mins read).
How to append query parameters in a URL in Go.
Don't Just String Append to a Querystring (1 mins read).
Why you shouldn't use concatenate strings together to append to a querystring.
Followed a tutorial and put JWTs in localStorage? If the guy behind UNPKG wanted to, he could inject code to JS requests and collect all of your users JWTs. Same w/ any 3rd party scripts you use. 2B req/mo is a lot of tokens. I put that crap in signed, https, SameSite cookies.
Ryan Florence (@ryanflorence)Fri, 12 Mar 2021 18:02 GMT
Why I use server-driven content negotiation for APIs to allow for versioning and allowing different representations of APIs.
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