Welcome to my Weekly Digest #38 of this year.
This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.
Say you have a z-index bug. Something is being covered up by something else. A typical solution is to put
position: relative on the thing so z-index works in the first place.
The idea is to create a semantic HTML element for the ARIA search role, which represents a landmark region “that contains a collection of items and objects that, as a whole, combine to create a search facility.”
Learn how you can resize and optimize video assets using ImageKit's URL-based video APIs.
Putting an image on a website is pretty easy. Except that there is a massive checklist of things to do in order to do it right.
by Chris Coyier
Did you know you can permanently link to any piece of code? This includes markdown files, but you'll need the raw version.
Chrome 94 is rolling out now! The default color space for canvas elements is now formally defined as sRBG, and you can change it to Display P3. There’s a new, low-level way to access built-in audio and video codecs, important for streaming games, video editors, and such.
Dave gives us a look at petite-vue, a special (and extra small) version of Vue that is designed to be used directly in the browser, requires no build step, and allows us to build pleasantly interactive apps very declaratively.
by Chris Coyier
A curated list of high-quality coding style conventions and standards.
A curated list of high quality coding style conventions and standards.
A set of guidelines for a specific programming language that recommend programming style, practices, and methods for each aspect of a program written in that language.
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- Google C++ Style Guide
- C++ Core Guidelines - A set of tried-and-true guidelines, rules, and best practices about coding in C++.
- The Clojure Style Guide - A community coding style…
Fully-local simulator for Cloudflare Workers
Miniflare is a simulator for developing and testing Cloudflare Workers.
🎉Fun: develop workers easily with detailed logging, file watching and pretty error pages supporting source maps.
🔋Full-featured: supports most Workers features, including KV, Durable Objects, WebSockets, modules and more.
⚡Fully-local: test and develop Workers without an internet connection Reload code on change quickly.
It's an alternative to
wrangler dev, written in TypeScript, that runs your
workers in a sandbox implementing Workers' runtime APIs.
See https://miniflare.dev for more detailed documentation.
📨Fetch Events (with HTTP(S) server and manual dispatch)
⏰Scheduled Events (with cron triggering and manual dispatch)
🔑Variables and Secrets with
📦KV (with optional persistence)
✨Cache (with optional persistence)
📌Durable Objects (with optional persistence)
🛠Custom & Wrangler Builds Support
🗺Source Map Support
by Saddam Hosen
Stefan JudisI always loved how e.g. CodeSandbox gives you a UI for npm dependency handling. Today I came across a @code extension that does it in a similar way. 🎉
Video alt: VS Code extension visualizing npm dependencies with controls to update, remove and install.08:36 AM - 24 Sep 2021
GitHub@githubNeed to add some ASCII art flow diagrams to your README or code comments?
YES → asciiflow.com (งツ)ว12:24 PM - 24 Sep 2021
by Rob DiMarzo
by Aaron Iker
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about webhooks — one of those concepts that seems a lot scarier than it actually is.
Chris & Shaw talk about a big ol’ conversion to getting CodePen’s color system to use
--custom-properties all the way through, rather than Sass variables.
In this episode of Syntax, Scott talks with Wes about moving Level Up Tutorials from React to SvelteKit — why he did it, how, benefits, things to watch out for, and more!
The definition of Agile is the ability to create and respond to change. Ultimately dealing with and succeeding in an uncertain or turbulent environment.
Thank you for reading, talk to you next week, and stay safe! 👋