WDRL 208

Search UX, Automated Performance Regression Alerts, Inherit Native to Custom Elements, And The Entropy Of Life

Hi, I’m Anselm Hannemann. Freelance webdesigner, frontend engineer, advisor. Curating WDRL, growing vegetables on a market garden farm.

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Doing things right isn’t always easy but I’m glad we constantly get new features and tools that allow us to improve our solutions and to let people get a better experience. Whether it’s new tools and concepts how to integrate accessibility into the project planning and not handling it as an after-thought or an article how to properly design and build a site search. Let it be the ability to define a native base element for your Custom Elements with the is="" attribute, or a nice, seamless progressive image loader with modern JavaScript APIs and SVG tools, or a overscroll CSS property that makes it quite easy to build a “pull to refresh” functionality on the web. we can progressively enhance more and more things and the benefit is that we can use the latest technology, serve the best performance and experience to our users without breaking it for other people whose tools don’t support a feature.




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