The digest of fresh materials from the world of the frontend for the last week №367 (May 27 - June 2, 2019)
We offer you a selection with links to new materials from the area of the frontend and around it.
| Web Development
• Web Standards Podcast
, 177. Browser news, font-display, icon fonts, forms, accessibility
• Devschacht Podcast
# 81: HolyJS Piter 2019
• " Repozitorro "
# 16 - From jQuery to React 1 step?
RHS ++ 2019, the best reports of all seven festival conferences: the first day
, second day
• Static web: back to basics?
• How eBay did a barcode scanner on WebAssembly
• W3C and WHATWG: Is the long-awaited world?
• Start working with GraphQL: it's pretty simple!
• How important are we?
Christian Heilmann (Microsoft) talks about the role of the frontend in modern development
• CSS Subgrid News
• Vertical and horizontal centering of everything and everything in the CSS Flexbox
• Utility-first CSS :: incredibly fast interface development for almost any design
• Using the Grid Shepherd method to organize data using CSS
• Understanding CSS Variables
• Multi-line underline text with rounded edges
- A new way of styling components
• Why we prefer custom CSS properties over SASS variables
• Background-image CSS property as anti-pattern
• API IntersectionObserver and lazy loading images
• Developing a game on Svelte 3
• TypeScript 3.5 Announcement
• Why am I still using jQuery in 2019
• The fastest way to render the DOM
• How to enable the dark theme in Chrome on Android
• Google continues to insist on restricting the API demanded in ad blockers
• Wave of malicious add-ons in the Firefox directory hiding behind Adobe Flash
• Firefox Lockwise Password Manager introduced
• Tor Browser - the first stable version of the anonymous browser for Android
• Google Chrome can now override geolocation for testing sites
• Google makes Microsoft Edge Preview users use Chrome to complete YouTube
• Before Netscape: forgotten web browsers of the early 1990s
• From July, Google will index new sites on Mobile Versions
• Everything Google tracks about you - and how to stop it
• Microsoft makes text-to-speech more accessible and together with Alphabet X opens training courses on quantum computing
• Weigh the elephant without Scales: Reed Hoffman on Silicon Valley interviews and the importance of training
• Forecasts of experts: the best and worst case scenarios in a conflict between Huawei and the United States
• Microsoft described the vision of the future of Windows: “Invisible” background updates, cloud apps and 5G support
• Large clean: many standard modules will be removed from the standard Python library
• WP News: Launching the Gutenberg Block Kit on the Glitch
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Digest from last week
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