Frontend Weekly Digest (1– 7 Apr 2019)

    This week we issue a really huge selection of all the essential news you might have missed on Front-end development. Make sure to check the latest updates on CSS, HTML, and JavaScript.


    enWhat’s new in Foundation 6
    enRevisiting the rendering tier: Introducing the new rendering layer for
    enNative image lazy-loading for the web!
    enWeb Components will replace your frontend framework
    enCan I Stop? Free yourself from Internet Explorer 11 in places where (almost) nobody uses it.
    enEvaluating Popular Web Browsers in Terms of Security and Privacy


    enCSSBattle — CSS code-golfing is here: use your CSS skills to replicate targets with smallest possible code.
    enWhat Does Dark Mode’s “supported-color-schemes” Actually Do?
    enRuby Sass Has Reached End-Of-Life
    enManaging Z-Index In A Component-Based Web Application
    envideoCSS Standardization — The State of the Web, with Rick Viscomi and Jen Simmons (CSS Working Group, Mozilla)
    enHow to create better themes with CSS variables
    enThe Hidden Power of CSS Text Align


    enWhat’s the big deal with TypeScript?
    enYet Another JavaScript Framework
    enRemy Sharp: How I failed the
    enJavaScript Web Workers: A Beginner’s Guide
    enHow to use Axios with JavaScript
    enFrom Javascript to Typescript to Elm
    enWhy you should learn vanilla JavaScript in isolation if you want to be a better developer

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