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Reakit – Toolkit for building accessible UIs
Reakit – Toolkit for building accessible UIs
Low level component library for building accessible high level UI libraries, design systems and applications with React.
·reakit.io·
Reakit – Toolkit for building accessible UIs
Reach UI
Reach UI
The accessible foundation of your React apps and design systems.
·reach.tech·
Reach UI
LISP in Space - CoRecursive Podcast
LISP in Space - CoRecursive Podcast
Have you ever had a unique approach to a problem and been excited to use it, but you're met with skepticism?Today's story: what happens if you take someone who's passionate about LISP and put them in an organization where that's just not how they write software.Today's story is about getting LISP into space.The year is 1988. The USSR still existed.... […]
·corecursive.com·
LISP in Space - CoRecursive Podcast
The Story of Concurrent React
The Story of Concurrent React
2,161 days. That's how long the React team has been working on this release. This video tells that story.
·youtube.com·
The Story of Concurrent React
New to the web platform in March
New to the web platform in March
Discover some of the interesting features that landed in stable and beta web browsers during March 2022.
·web.dev·
New to the web platform in March
The Flash Games Postmortem
The Flash Games Postmortem
In this 2017 GDC talk, Kongregate's John Cooney attempts to encapsulate the immense history of Flash games and how it has shaped the current game industry by...
·youtube.com·
The Flash Games Postmortem
Jamstack CMS: The Past, The Present and The Future
Jamstack CMS: The Past, The Present and The Future
The story of Jamstack CMSs goes all the way back to the 90s. In this article, we take a trip down memory lane to see how we got to the modern Jamstack CMSs we have today, and where they’re heading in the next decade.
·smashingmagazine.com·
Jamstack CMS: The Past, The Present and The Future
Proposal for CSS @when
Proposal for CSS @when
CSS is on a tear lately. Again, I've heard of a brand new thing I've never seen before, and again it's via Miriam: CSS Conditionals.
·css-tricks.com·
Proposal for CSS @when
Breaking the web forward — ppk
Breaking the web forward — ppk
Safari is holding back the web. It is the new IE, after all. In contrast, Chrome is pushing the web forward so hard that it’s starting to break. Meanwhile web developers do nothing except moan and complain. The only thing...
·quirksmode.org·
Breaking the web forward — ppk
On the ‹dl›
On the ‹dl›
The semantics you didn't know you needed.
·benmyers.dev·
On the ‹dl›
(PDF) JavaScript How we got here. An indepth history.
(PDF) JavaScript How we got here. An indepth history.
PDF | An in depth look into the history of JavaScript programing language. From Netscape navigator, the dot.com market crash, JQuery and AJAX, ES6,... | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate
·researchgate.net·
(PDF) JavaScript How we got here. An indepth history.
Deep dive into top web developer pain points
Deep dive into top web developer pain points
A collection of insights on the top pain points, collected from a number of one to one conversations with web developers.
·web.dev·
Deep dive into top web developer pain points
All – Tiny Helpers
All – Tiny Helpers
A collection of free single-purpose online tools for web developers...
·tiny-helpers.dev·
All – Tiny Helpers
Trust
Trust
I’m trying to understand why developers would trust third-party code more than a native browser feature.
·adactio.com·
Trust
My Browser Support Strategy
My Browser Support Strategy
Tips, tricks and tutorials on the web’s most beautiful language.
·css-irl.info·
My Browser Support Strategy