Frontend Weekly Digest (20 – 26 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.


    Web-development


    Front-End Documentation, Style Guides and the Rise of MDX
    Footnotes That Work in RSS Readers
    DevChecklist; We created this collaborative space for sharing checklists that help ensure software quality, guide you through crisis and other helpful stuff for devs ;-)
    Webpack From Zero to Hero — Chapter 3: Everything is a Module
    WebAssembly at eBay: A Real-World Use Case
    Static web — back to the roots?
    Measuring Interactivity with TTI: Time To (consistently) Interactive



    CSS


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    What’s New in Tailwind CSS v1
    benefit — 5kB CSS utility framework that is compatible with TailwindCSS
    font-display is Incompatible with Icon Fonts
    The State of Fluid Web Typography
    Code as Documentation: New Strategies with CSS Grid
    10 Time-Saving CSS Tips I Learned the Hard Way When Using Sass
    Flex Layout Editor
    The “Inside” Problem
    CSS can do that?

    JavaScript


    Abusing jQuery for CSS powered timing attacks
    Lazy Loading Images using the Intersection Observer API
    Creating Grid-to-Fullscreen Animations with Three.js







    Browsers


    Opera Gx — The first browser built for your gaming setup is coming soon.
    Firefox 67: Dark Mode CSS, WebRender, and more
    Introducing the first Microsoft Edge preview builds for macOS
    Firefox brings you smooth video playback with the world’s fastest AV1 decoder

    Thanks for reading! Feel free to send us your articles or fresh useful content you want to see in the next digest.
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      Opera Gx so excited me

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