Issue 285 — April 12, 2017
A fantastic round-up of concepts, tools, and things to consider when doing one of a developer’s most important tasks: debugging.
A free, thorough and open source guide anyone could use to learn about the practice of front-end development.
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A practical guide on how to add accessibility information to HTML elements using the WAI-ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) spec.
Available as a Chrome Extension, command line app or Node module, Lighthouse is a Google-built tool for auditing Web pages for a variety of issues.
An attempt to shed some light on the invisible parts of CSS, such as the rendering process, the box model, and more.
Thoughts on why React has become so popular, so quickly, along with a demonstration of the core principles.
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What happens when you combine a new powerful specification with a great processing tool?
Resolves the issue of weird padding/margins around floated elements.
Debugging CSS for UI Responsiveness tutorial
CSS properties and values that trigger reflows are costly when it comes to page and UI responsiveness.
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Code My Views Sponsor
A well produced 30 minute talk.
.. and support for the latest CSS features.
Maxime Thirouin, David Clark, Richard Hallows
For Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest content.
Quite developer/tech focused and lots to choose from.
Further info, documentation and a demo .
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