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Jeremy KeithMaking websites. Writing books. Speaking at conferences. Living in Brighton. Working at Clearleft. Playing music. Taking photos. Answering email.
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Thursday, September 21st, 2017
I had the great pleasure of finally meeting Hui Jing when Mozilla invited me along to Singapore to speak at their developer roadshow. Hui Jing is speaking at each one of the events on the roadshow, and documenting the journey here.
She’s being very modest about her talk: it was superb! Entertaining and informative in equal measure, delivered with gusto. Seriously, frontend conference organisers, try to get Hui Jing to speak about CSS at your event—you won’t regret it.
Make Twitter Great Again:
Fix Twitter is a browser extension to always show “replying to” in replies and threads along with an option to restore the old-school @-mentions.
A lot of “CSS is not real programming” arguments are a basic misunderstanding what CSS is there to achieve. If you want full control over and interface and strive for pixel perfection – don’t use it. If you want to build an interface for an inclusive and diverse web, CSS is a great tool.
Christian does a good job of describing the much-misunderstood declarative nature of CSS.
In any case, belittling people who write CSS and considering them not real developers is arrogant nonsense.
Ooh, this is a tricky scenario. If you decide to redirect all URLs (from, say, a
www subdomain to no subdomain) and you have a service worker running, you’re going to have a bad time. But there’s a solution here to get the service worker to remove itself.
The server-side specifics are for NGINX but this is also doable with Apache.
Well, I guess it’s time to change all my locally-hosted sites from
.dev domains to
.test. Thanks, Google.
I had the honour of being invited along to kick off the first leg of Mozilla’s Developer Roadshow in Singapore.
Wednesday, September 20th, 2017