A post by Stuart Langridge (sil)
A post by Stuart Langridge (sil)
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.
Recommended read: Be the browser’s mentor, not its micromanager. - Build Excellent Websites https://buildexcellentwebsit.es/
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.
Recommended read: Retrieving your browsing history through a CAPTCHA https://varun.ch/history
It is with great pride that today we release webvm.io our next-gen demo of CheerpX. Are you ready for #webassembly powered x86 virtual machines in the browser? In depth technical info and future plans: medium.com/leaningtech/we…
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
Recommended read: Make Free Stuff https://mxb.dev/blog/make-free-stuff/
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.
Some of you have never made a <button> that submits form data to a server while the user is navigated to a new page defined by the form `action` attribute - all with no JS involved - and it shows.
Stephanie Eckles (@5t3ph)Wed, 19 Jan 2022 22:10 GMT
Recommended read: The startupification of tech https://werd.io/2022/the-startupification-of-tech
Acronyms every front end developer should know.
Grady Booch (@Grady_Booch)Sun, 09 Jan 2022 18:09 GMT
echo 'export default () => 'Hello, Twitter' > pages/index.js
Next.js (@nextjs)Tue, 07 Dec 2021 02:27 GMT
Zach Leatherman (@zachleat)Wed, 08 Dec 2021 03:19 GMT
Recommended read: Firefox is the Only Alternative https://batsov.com/articles/2021/11/28/firefox-is-the-only-alternative/
Recommended read: The State Of The Web https://adactio.com/articles/18580
I finally convinced my very talented work buddy @kevinpaxton82 to make his own site, and 1 day in it already looks ✨ amazing ✨ kevinpaxton.com
Carol 🌻 (@CarolSaysThings)Fri, 14 May 2021 09:09 +0000
Recommended read: Inside a viral website https://notfunatparties.substack.com/p/inside-a-viral-website
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 Consistently Reach for Server-Driven Content Negotiation (For Versioning) (5 mins read).
Why I use server-driven content negotiation for APIs to allow for versioning and allowing different representations of APIs.
Developers adding multiple third-party analytics to their pages like they really want to find out how much visitors hate slow websites.
Laura Kalbag (@LauraKalbag)Thu, 17 Dec 2020 17:49 GMT
Recommended read: So you wanna create an eco-friendly website https://thoughtbot.com/blog/so-you-wanna-create-an-eco-friendly-website
I do wish Ruby was the browsers embedded language tho
Adam Jacob (@adamhjk)Mon, 30 Nov 2020 03:45 GMT
🇺🇸 🖥 uncle odil🗽 ✝️ (@OdiliTime)Mon, 23 Nov 2020 07:37 GMT
Recommended read: Web by Google (TM) https://landshark.io/2020/08/16/web-by-google.html
Recommended read: A clean start for the web https://macwright.com/2020/08/22/clean-starts-for-the-web.html?s=09
Recommended read: What Happened to the Webmaster - The History of the Web https://thehistoryoftheweb.com/postscript/what-happened-to-the-webmaster/
Added a widget to the footer of my personal site for any page speed-tested through Speedlify. Pulls in the latest run data including request count, page weight, and @____lighthouse scores 😍
Zach Leatherman (@zachleat)Sun, 12 Jul 2020 03:55 +0000
Recommended read: Dear Developer, The Web Isn't About You https://sonniesedge.co.uk/talks/dear-developer/
Recommended read: Refactoring my static generator https://petermolnar.net/article/less-features-cleaner-site/
Recommended read: Why 543 KB keep me up at night https://www.matuzo.at/blog/why-543kb-keep-me-up-at-night/
Recommended read: HTML attributes to improve your users' two factor authentication experience https://www.twilio.com/blog/html-attributes-two-factor-authentication-autocomplete
This is a great resource I've used in the past for learning how best to approach automation testing with a website.
Recommended read: Obey the Testing Goat! https://www.obeythetestinggoat.com/
Recommended read: Please make your products work with URLs https://anderspitman.net/16
Recommended read: Should you self-host Google Fonts? https://www.tunetheweb.com/blog/should-you-self-host-google-fonts/
Recommended read: The People's Web https://anildash.com/2019/12/23/the-peoples-web/
Recommended read: How to fight back against Google AMP as a web user and a web developer https://markosaric.com/google-amp/
Recommended read: Do We Really Need a Web API? https://liaison.dev/blog/articles/Do-We-Really-Need-A-Web-API-yq12wz
Recommended read: Level of Effort https://bradfrost.com/blog/post/level-of-effort/
Recommended read: Third party https://adactio.com/journal/16099
Recommended read: André Staltz - The Web began dying in 2014, here's how https://staltz.com/the-web-began-dying-in-2014-heres-how.html
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