Frontend Weekly Digest (6 – 12 May 2019)

    This week we issue a really huge selection of all the essential news you might have missed on Front-end development. Make sure to check the latest updates on CSS, HTML, and JavaScript.


    Favicons: Perhaps the Least Understood Web Feature
    The new evergreen Googlebot
    Hybrid Lazy Loading: A Progressive Migration To Native Lazy Loading
    SVG Web Page Components For IoT And Makers (Part 1)
    Why, How, and When to Use Semantic HTML and ARIA
    How to Choose the Best Static Site Generator for Your 2019 Project
    Hands-on with Portals: seamless navigations on the Web. Learn how to build good navigation UX with the Portals API.


    css-only-chat — A truly monstrous async web chat using no JS whatsoever on the frontend
    Night Mode with Mix Blend Mode: Difference
    The Basic Guide to CSS Specificity
    4 reasons your z-index isn’t working (and how to fix it)
    cssfx — Beautifully simple click-to-copy CSS effects
    Understanding grid placement through building a HTML periodical table
    Announcing Google Fonts will soon support setting `font-display` via a new query parameter
    CSS3 Transform — 2D & 3D CSS Transform functions visualizer
    Breaking to a new row with flexbox


    video What’s new in JavaScript (Google I/O ’19)
    Is Google Ready to Catch Up with JavaScript?
    What I learned by reverse-engineering Airbnb’s internationalization library
    A Few Functional Uses for Intersection Observer to Know When an Element is in View
    Introduction to GraphQL
    A Denial of Service vulnerability discovered in the Axios JavaScript package — affecting all versions of the popular HTTP client


    Microsoft Edge – All the news from Build 2019
    Flash Disabled by Default in Chrome 76
    Inside Microsoft’s surprise decision to work with Google on its Edge browser

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