Insane idea (don't flog me): NPM browser extension. Once a site uses a dependency, it gets stored locally & doesn't need to be downloaded again.
Like CDNs, but with more strongly enforced SST, because CDNs don’t actually gain the caching benefits they initially hoped.
This is a really good point. Don’t default to :root as the place for all your CSS custom properties
Breaking CSS Custom Properties out of :root Might Be a Good Idea
“The way CSS Houdini works brings two advantages: modularity and configurability.”
CSS Houdini Could Change the Way We Write and Manage CSS
This is a brilliant idea from Brad Frost
Enforcing Accessibility Best Practices with Automatically-Generated IDs
“What we tend to forget is that the environment websites and web apps occupy is one and the same. Both are subject to the same environmental pressures that the large gradient of networks and devices impose.”
I will henceforth be referring to RSS as “the future from the past”
Great perspective regarding the difference between Agile and faux Agile
The State of Agile Software in 2018
A young, naive me: “When I’m grown up, I’m going to have a set of set of matching coffee mugs, not some random assortment”
I get frustrated with debugging & breakpoints in Firefox. It seems like they often just don’t work—but I suspect it’s that they don’t work exactly like Chrome.
Are there any write-ups that walk through the differences between the two?
There are a number of reasons to avoid icon fonts. — Here's how to make the switch to SVG, from Sara Soueidan
Making the Switch Away from Icon Fonts to SVG
Write on your own website
Tutorial on creating a custom useForm hook to simplify form development.
Using Custom React Hooks to Simplify Forms
A search on the online store for computer mice, but with a filter that only shows me big, full-size mice that won't cramp my hand
A service to polyfill just what the user needs. Awesome!
Yeah, so I realize I still need to finish writing that final installment in my IndieWeb series. Hoping I can get to it this week.
Everyone likes to make a fuss over Celsius vs. Fahrenheit and gallons vs. liters.
But can we talk for a minute about the UK placement of punctuation outside of quotes makes far more sense than the ridiculous U.S. style?
Amazing how there's a tendency (in myself & others) to think it would be easier to build your own tool than to simply learn one that already exists.
Subtweet: You don't need a new flexbox-based grid system. Learn CSS Grid.
Some of these ideas make me feel icky. But others would be quite useful. Optional chaning, anybody?
A nice rundown of some things that aren’t possible in CSS grid, but could be handy.
My CSS Grid Wishlist