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If you want to build a modern web app, you typically need to use a few different tools: one set for the front-end, and another for the back-end. In addition, you would need to learn and use a different API (and often even a different programming language) for the back-end. However, the Web API is a rich and stable API, and the web browser is a stable, powerful and secure execution environment. So why then can...

We have a lot of new layout tools at our disposal these days—flexbox is finally stable and interoperable, and Grid very much the same, with both technologies having well over 90% support coverage. In that light, we might think there’s no place for old tricks like negative margins, but I recently discovered otherwise. Over at An Event Apart[1], we’ve been updating some of our landing pages[2], and our designer thought it would be interesting to have slanted...

API | FAQ | Contributing[1][2][3] Playwright is a Node library to automate the Chromium[4], WebKit[5] and Firefox[6] browsers with a single API. This includes support for the new Microsoft Edge browser, which is based on Chromium. Playwright is focused on enabling cross-browser web automation platform that is ever-green, capable, reliable and fast. Our primary goal with Playwright is to improve automated UI testing by eliminating flakiness, improving the speed of execution and offering insights...

We’re about to enter into a new decade – 2020 and beyond, so what a good time to re-evaluate our best practices of yesteryear to see if they still hold up. Sometimes the best practices of yesterday become the antipatterns of today… I’ll be looking at three approaches with bundling a simple React.js “hello world” app. Some of these examples assume some basic knowledge of module bundlers such as Webpack[1], which still seems to be the most...

Oftentimes, we want to limit the width of an element relative to its parent, and at the same time, to make it dynamic. So having a base width or height with the ability to make it extend based on the available space. Let’s say, for example, that we have a button that should have a minimum width, where it shouldn’t go below it. This is where the maximum and minimum properties become handy. In this article, we...

There are some new features in CSS that can assist us with building layouts for different directions and languages with ease. This article is about CSS logical properties and values (e.g. margin-inline-start).  These are a W3C working draft[1] that still going under heavy editing, but have shipped[2] in many browsers. I want to talk about this because I’ve been using these properties for a little while and have seen a significant boost to my workflow after...

When a component lives in an environment where the data queries populating it live nearby, there is a pretty direct line between the visual component and the database where that exact content lives. That is opening up doors to site editing experiences that travel that line. We're starting to see CMSs that directly leverage that. Original Dribble shot[1].For example, if I build my site where I'm writing GraphQL queries with a <Query /> component to grab the...

This Page is Designed to Last By Jeff Huang[1] on 2019-12-19 For a professor, the end of the year is an opportunity to clean up and reset for the upcoming new semester. I found myself clearing out old bookmarks—yes, bookmarks: that formerly beloved browser feature that seems to have lost the battle to 'address bar autocomplete'. But this nostalgic act of tidying led me to despair. Bookmark after bookmark led to dead link after dead link. Vanished are amazing...

❥ Sponsor In this article, we explain the difference between single-page apps (SPAs) and static sites, and how we can bring the advantages of both worlds together in a dynamic JAMstack app using GatsbyJS and FaunaDB[1]. We will build an application that pulls in some data from FaunaDB during build time, prerenders the HTML for speedy delivery to the client, and then loads additional data at run time as the user interacts with the page. This combination...