Raindrop.io Bookmarks 02/13/2023
- Automated testing won't solve web accessibility · Eric Eggert
"Over the past few years, accessibility companies have started to develop tools that claim to find accessibility problems automatically. Often the idea is that "automated testing is not quite there yet, but in a few years there will be a revolution". I don't believe that."
- Goodbye, passwords | 1Password
"we're incredibly excited to announce that, starting this summer, you'll have the option to create and unlock your 1Password account using only a passkey! No passwords required."
- Why We're Rebuilding The Thunderbird Interface From Scratch
"A renewed attention to usability and accessibility is now part of our daily development process, guaranteeing easy discoverability of all the powerful features, as well as full compatibility with assistive technologies to make Thunderbird usable by everyone."
- 10 Web Development Trends in 2023
"if performance in the world of SSR is one of the primarily goals, CSS-in-JS comes with negative impacts: increased bundle size (SC with 12.7kB, Emotion with 7.9kB) and more importantly runtime overhead due to CSS serialization before inserting it into the DOM."
- What's new in Lighthouse 10 - Chrome Developers
"The venerable Time To Interactive (TTI) metric is being removed in Lighthouse 10, concluding the deprecation process started in Lighthouse 8. TTI's 10% score weight is shifting to Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS), which will now account for 25% of the overall performance score."
- CSS Layers for CSS Resets. I have always been one of those people... | by Elad Shechter | Appwrite | Jan, 2023 | Medium
"By combining both methods, Normalize CSS and CSS Reset, you can profit from both approaches."
- WCAG 2.2 Update: It's Time to Say Goodbye to the Parsing Criterion | LinkedIn
"this criterion was created in the day when assistive technology parsed the object model (DOM). Browsers parsed the DOM and put this information into an accessibility object model (AOM). Today's assistive technologies use the browser's AOM rather than creating their own based on the DOM. Most browsers today also correct for incomplete start and end tags, as well as for some other issues, such as incorrect nesting of elements."