Speaking of utility libraries, Jeremy Keith responded to Adam Wathan’s article that we linked to not long ago. Jeremey is with him through the first four “phases”, but can’t come along for phase 5, the one about going all-in on utility libraries:
“Quantum CSS” is the new name for “Stylo”, which is the new CSS rendering engine, a part of “Project Quantum” which is the project name to rewrite all of Firefox’s internals, which will be called “Servo”. I think there was a company memo to use the “replace a jet engine while the jet is flying” metaphor, but it’s apt.
Coderbyte is a web application built to help you practice programming and improve your algorithm skills. We offer a collection of coding challenges and web development courses that can help you prepare for an upcoming job interview or general technical assessment. All of our coding challenges can be completed directly in our online editor, and if you need help along the way you can view thousands of user-submitted code solutions as well.
Have you ever had a web development related conversation discussion where someone brought up global browser usage statistics? I might be a little weird, but I’d say I at least overhear a conversation like just about every day:
With all the excitement around CSS Grid, I haven’t seen as much talk about the new fr CSS length unit (here’s the spec). And now that browser support is rapidly improving for this feature, I think this is the time to explore how it can be used in conjunction with our fancy new layout engine because there are a number of benefits when using it; more legible and maintainable code being the primary reasons for making the switch.… Read article “An Introduction to the `fr` CSS unit”