FRONT-END WEEKLY DIGEST (OCTOBER 22 - OCTOBER 28, 2018)

October 30, 2018

Splicing HTML’s DNA with CSS attribute selectors, reducing the impact of JavaScript on your page load time, generating shapes with CSS background gradients, creating markers on Google Maps with HTML & CSS, and more. Keep on reading!

 

Web Development

• Typical website in 2018codepen editionwebsite edition
• The State of JavaScript. Rick speaks with Addy Osmani about the state of JavaScript.
• Pragmatic rules of web accessibility that will stick to your mind
• How to reduce the impact of JavaScript on your page load time

 

CSS

• Designing with Ratio
• Splicing HTML’s DNA With CSS Attribute Selectors
• From Ordinary to Extraordinary with CSS Animations
• Simplify Styling with Functional CSS
• Shapes generated with CSS background gradients.
• You're using <em> wrong
• 100 Days CSS Challenge
• Using dark mode in CSS with MacOS Mojave
• Incomplete List of Mistakes in the Design of CSS
 

 

JavaScript

• How to create markers on Google Maps with HTML & CSS, using ES6 classes and closures
• 3 JavaScript Performance Mistakes You Should Stop Doing
• GraphQL: A success story for PayPal Checkout
• Playing Mortal Kombat with TensorFlow.js. Transfer learning and data augmentation
• The Intl.RelativeTimeFormat API
• Simply JavaScript: a straightforward intro to Mocking, Stubbing, and Interfaces
• Understanding Higher-Order Functions in JavaScript

 

Browsers

• Firefox 63 – Tricks and Treats!
• What’s new in Microsoft Edge in the Windows 10 October 2018 Update



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