This week, we got an Editor’s Draft for the Color Adjust Module Level 1 specification and the First Public Working Draft of it. All of this … Read article “A Quick Look at the First Public Working Draft for Color Adjust Module 1”
The inputmode global attribute provides a hint to browsers for devices with onscreen keyboards to help them decide which keyboard to display when a user has selected any input or textarea element.
Andy Bell made a really cool demo that shows us how to create a responsive grid layout without any media queries at all. It happens to look like this when you change the size of the browser window:
It’s extremely surprising to me that HTML has never had any way to include other HTML files within it. Nor does there seem to be anything on the horizon that addresses it. I’m talking about straight up includes, like taking a chunk of HTML and plopping it right into another. For example the use case for much of the entire internet, an included header and footer for all pages:
Those phases are:
The preview build is now available for Windows, … Read article “Edge Goes Chromium: What Does it Mean for Front-End Developers?”
Form validation has a reputation for being tricky to implement. In this tutorial, we’ll break things down to alleviate some of that pain. Creating nice abstractions for forms is something that Vue.js excels at and Vuelidate is personally my favorite option for validations because it doesn’t require a lot of hassle. Plus, it’s really flexible, so we don’t even have to do it how I’m going to cover it here. This is just a launching point.
While I don’t believe the npm registry has ever been meaningfully challenged, the technology around it regularly faces competition. Yarn certainly took off for a while there. Yarn had … Read article “Next Genpm”
A little while back, I was in the process of adding focus styles to An Event Apart’s web site. Part of that was applying different focus effects in different areas of the design, like white rings in the header and footer and orange rings in the main text. But in one place, I wanted rings that were more obvious—something like stacking two borders on top of each other, in order to create unusual shapes that would catch the eye.… Read article “Stacked “Borders””
I’m a big fan of the whole idea of JAMstack sites. Take our new front-end development conferences website as one little example. That site is a custom theme … Read article “Stackbit”