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5 Articles every WebDev should read this week (#07)

A curated list of the top five web development must-reads from last week. Don't miss out on the latest web development stories and insights. Read all about the cutting edge in web development, working in tech and the new tools and frameworks while learning a few new tricks.


“Evergreen” Does Not Mean Immediately Available

Nearly all major browsers are evergreen. This includes Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox. An evergreen browser is any browser that can automatically update itself.
https://css-tricks.com/evergreen-does-not-mean-immediately-available/


How to Favicon in 2022: Six files that fit most needs

The topic of favicons has proven to be more exhaustive than anyone could’ve ever wished, so I’ve also summarized the entire article in just two code snippets for those who’ve already suffered enough and who know exactly what to do. Still, I recommend geeking out to the rest of it!

https://evilmartians.com/chronicles/how-to-favicon-in-2021-six-files-that-fit-most-needs


A-FRAME

A web framework for building 3D/AR/VR experiences
Make 3D worlds with HTML and Entity-Component
For Quest, Rift, WMR, SteamVR, mobile, desktop
https://aframe.io


Move over JavaScript: Back-end languages are coming to the front-end

A NEW CROP OF SERVER-SIDE TOOLS IS MAKING IT POSSIBLE TO BUILD WEB UIS WITHOUT JAVASCRIPT.
https://github.com/readme/featured/server-side-languages-for-front-end


A Deep Introduction to WordPress Block Themes

The relatively new WordPress editor, also known as the WordPress Block Editor, always under development via the Gutenberg plugin, has been with us since 2018. You can use the block editor on any WordPress theme, provided the theme loads CSS that the blocks use. But there are new themes that lean into the Block Editor much more deeply.

https://css-tricks.com/a-deep-introduction-to-wordpress-block-themes/


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