Raindrop.io Bookmarks 02/12/2023
- Container Queries and Typography
"1cqw here equals 1% of our parent element's width and what that means is that we can finally make our typography proportional to the size of its container but in a much tidier way. This is amazing!"
- External links: In or Out • DigitalA11Y
"According to G200 technique from WCAG, it is recommended that all links that open in new tab should be provided with an advanced warning."
- Appt.org | A guide for making apps accessible
"Appt.org empowers developers and organizations to build accessible apps for everyone. On this website you will find current statistics about the use of accessibility features on mobile phones, code documentation for iOS, Android and other platforms, official guidelines, in-depth articles and tips."
- The Future (and the Past) of the Web is Server Side Rendering
"We're building complex apps for every screen size and every bandwidth. People might be using your site on a train in a tunnel. The best way to ensure a consistent experience across all these scenarios, while keeping your code base small and easy to reason about is SSR."
- Speed for who? | Andy Bell
"I guess what I'm winding up to say here is developer experience really isn't important--especially when frameworks haven't even got the absolute baseline experience anywhere near where it needs to be to service a world wide web."
- Data Driven Design Systems in Practice · Omlet
"In hopes of raising awareness of the importance of data and offer hints for readers looking for solutions, I've summarized some of the use cases for leveraging data and examples of different teams collecting and using data for their Design System."
- Complementary Space
"It is important to reiterate: designers remain in control of the amount of space between elements and content. This approach simply changes how designers communicate about space and streamlines the curation process."
- My favourite 3 lines of CSS | Andy Bell
"The space is 1em by default, so if the font size is larger, there will be more space. This is a handy way of maintaining flow and rhythm if you're using a type scale."