"We are very excited to announce the release of the React Aria and React Spectrum date and time picker components! This includes a full suite of fully featured components and hooks including calendars, date and time fields, and range pickers, all with a focus on internationalization and accessibility."
"Checks React (.js .jsx .ts .tsx), Vue (.vue), Angular (.component.html), HTML (.html .htm), and Markdown (.md .markdown) files so you can avoid common accessibility defects. Inline Angular templates are not currently supported."
"Container queries and :has() are a match made in responsive heaven. Luckily, both of these features are landing together in Chromium 105. This is a huge release with two highly-requested features for responsive interfaces!"
"System.css is a CSS library for building interfaces that resemble Apple's System OS which ran from 1984-1991. Design-wise, not much really changed from System 1 to System 6; however this library is based on System 6 as it was the final monochrome version of MacOS."
"When it comes to accessibility, headings do even more than that. But, don't worry, the great part about heading accessibility is once you know the dos and don'ts, it's easy to start applying it to your own website."
"I've seen videos from very early World Wide Web conferences where Tim Berners-Lee was railing against the idea that anyone would write HTML by hand. The whole point of his WorldWideWeb app was that anyone could create and edit web pages as easily as word processing documents."
"When you set up a custom domain with GitHub pages, you have to point your domain at GitHub's servers. There are a bunch of ways to do this, but if you use an A record, you need to be careful with your DNS settings."
"Apple and Google should honor the existing X-Frame-Options HTTP header in webviews. If a website is loaded into a webview, and the website includes the appropriate X-Frame-Options header, the mobile OS should immediately stop loading the webview and open the URL in the user's preferred web browser."
"At the moment of writing, there is no AppStore Review Rule that prohibits companies from building their own in-app browser to track the user, read their inputs, and inject additional ads to third party websites. However Apple is clearly recommending that to use SFSafariViewController"