The UX changes in Safari 15 are controversial in generally Apple-related circles. Most of the criticism is leveled at the browser controls themselves
CSS has a bunch of mathematical features in the spec — they just haven't been fully implemented yet. But @anatudor knows how to work around that.
Learnings From a WebPageTest Session on CSS-Tricks
RT Miriam (But Terrible)
🎉 The CSS Nesting spec has been approved for publishing as a First Public Working Draft. You can see the current Editor's Draft here:
(This moves it from a theoretical proposal, to an official work-in-progress module in the CSS spec.)
Despite being in the CSS-in-React world, I haven't yet been fully compelled by it. But there are a few things styled-components offers that I'm starting to come around on
How I Built a Cross-Platform Desktop Application with Svelte, Redis, and Rust by @lukeed05
Web Features That May Not Work As You’d Expect by @faraixyz
Organize your CSS declarations alphabetically
Nathan Babcock ran into an interesting use case for using Google Drive as a CMS and... it worked out pretty nicely.
Hashnode: A Blogging Platform for Developers
Yet Another Mobile Context Menu With No Indication it Can Scroll
Everyone's got some approach for turning a design mockup into working code. Mark Noonan shares how his brain picks things apart.
Typewriter Animation That Handles Anything You Throw at It by @murtuza_surti