FRONT-END WEEKLY DIGEST ( October 2 — October 8, 2017)

October 13, 2017

This issue includes a story about creating a design system for the U.S. government, comprehensive information about Secure HTML Forms, guidelines on keeping track of letter-spacing, and common mistakes most Angular apps have. Make yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy reading our digest. What a nice Friday!



• HTML 5.1 2nd Edition
• Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Secure HTML Forms
• Building a large-scale design system: How we created a design system for the U.S. government
• Gutenberg - the most major change to the WordPress editor in WordPress history.
• Why robots should format our code for us
• Google testing blue ‘instant' AMP label in the search results
• New in AMP: Position observers, fluid ads and improved analytics for video & beyond




• CSS utility classes for sizing and naming conventions
• CSS Grid Challenge: Winners and Templates
• Let There Be Peace on CSS
• (S)CSS Best Practices That You Have Not Yet Known
• Using Webfonts. excerpt from Webfont Handbook.
• Keeping track of letter-spacing, some guidelines






• HTML5 and JavaScript Game Development Competition in just 13 kB
• Even faster code formatting using ESLint
• Awkward Moments in JavaScript
• Worst JavaScript Flaws That Hackers Love To Abuse
• The Road to Ember 3.0
• The many faces of `this` in javascript





• Microsoft will release Edge for iOS & Android. No EdgeHTML engine. iOS: WkWebView (EdgiOS). Android: Chromium (EdgA)
• Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 41
• Firefox 56: Last Stop before Quantum
• Time to Upgrade Your OS: June 2018 Will Be the End of Firefox Support for Windows XP and Vista


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