Lesser-known HTML, often helpful for writing technical documentation and content with better accessibility, meaning and contrast
"You need to share your experiences because you never know whom it will help." – @m_ott
European Parliament endorses upload filters and “link tax”. Julia Reda Search – "a severe blow to the free and open internet"
See what the EU has funded all over the UK
Using the toggleAttribute() function (now in Chrome 69) similar to classList.toggle()
Webhint - linting tool for auditing a range of site features for accessibly, usability and performance
Passing Data Between React Components
Farewell mon coeur, until next year... https://chpt3.com/blogs/journal/farewell-mon-coeur-until-next-year
Teaching Your Clients How to Use The Website You Built Them – Chris Coyier Good guide to effectively documenting website projects for clients/end-users
Webmentions: Enabling Better Communication on the Internet by Chris Aldrich (https://boffosocko.com)
CSS Grid in IE: Faking an Auto-Placement Grid with Gaps
Debunking Common IE Grid Misconceptions
Handling Sass scope with a more elegant solution with self
"The evolution of CAPTCHA techniques has demonstrated that traditional solutions such as text-based characters contained in images are not only challenging for people with disabilities, but also insecure"
Below the surface – Excavations of the River Amstel in Amsterdam documented online
How and Why We Unit Test Our Sass
The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, now in HTML (@johnlsheridan)
microformats.org now in its 14th year welcomes new admins through the IndieWeb community
Don’t Use The Placeholder Attribute (via @smashingmag)
Landmarks – Allows you to navigate a web page via WAI-ARIA landmarks, using the keyboard or a pop-up menu
Your Brain on Front-End Development
Text editing techniques every Front-End developer should know
The Cult of the Complex
#EuropeanaTech: Centralize, Decentralize, and Sailing on in the Same Boat
Transitions: The easiest way to improve your tech talk
Turning off Facebook for Bridgy
Improved tracking prevention abilities via cookies and storage access for WebKit – https://webkit.org/blog/8311/intelligent-tracking-prevention-2-0
Holding the door open for others (Notes to Myself) by Brendan Dawes – http://brendandawes.com/blog/holdingthedooropen
http://benkyriakou.com/posts/level-up-your-git – Level up your Git, Tips and tricks to make your Git experience a little bit nicer
The role of aggregation on a decentralized Web – Ruben Verborgh
Great work @rachelandrew @drewm on Notist. Well designed record of presentations. Helpful for speakers to build a great profile. Helpful for other users looking for session slides/resources and coverage.
My struggle to learn react by Brad Frost
– A platform for bad ideas
Using CSS Grid for galleries: "make a photo gallery responsive quickly and using very few lines of CSS"
– ARIA Serious‽ Slides from @yatil's presentation justifying when to/not to use ARIA attributes
"Have you used digital labels in our exhibitions? We use them to tell stories about our objects on screens, instead of just text on walls."
Britain on film map https://player.bfi.org.uk/britain-on-film/map – an extensive archive with 120 years of films well designed and plotted out by location.