Raindrop.io Bookmarks 05/04/2021
- Chapter 8: CSS | CSS-Tricks
"CSS, the open and accessible design language of the Web, thrived not because of the technology itself, but because of people--the people who built it (and built with it) and what they shared as they learned along the way."
- Shift further left with Deque's axe-linter for VS Code | Deque
"We're excited to announce the axe Accessibility Linter, Deque's first offering based on static code analysis. It is an extension to VS Code, the very popular code editor used by over 14 million developers worldwide."
- Making Spaces accessible
"Folks who are deaf, hard of hearing (HoH), or prefer the support of captioning for audio, will be able to turn on captions and follow along with conversations."
- The Evolution Of Jamstack -- Smashing Magazine
"We're now starting to see new tools tackle visual page edits in a way that remains compatible with popular Jamstack site generators like Gatsby and Next.js. All of this lowers the bar to collaboration for non-developers and we'll only see that trend accelerate."
- Video Stabilization with `ffmpeg` and `VidStab` - Paul Irish
"Presenting the 2021-era guide to pretty easy DIY video stabilization!"
- Do Accessibility Overlays and Widgets Provide Effective Communication?
"A key reason for that is the parity of experience in a "separate" environment is hardly ever "equal." Privacy and security protections online are good examples of this."