it’s Friday, the weekend is ahead and here is your weekly dose of web development articles:
- Using Firefox Nightly? You now are able to use
console.table()and get objects, arrays, maps and sets displayed in a table. Yeah!
- Firefox Nightly now also supports CSS Filters finally.
- Erik Spiekermann about Being obsessive about detail is being normal.
- 11 Developer Tools your team definitely needs. Being a bit more seriously: How to success in a team while having fun.
- Are we in a post post-privacy era already?
- An interesting article on how to design your portfolio page.
- The Stocks is a good overview resource containing and featuring the best free stock photos available and usable for your projects.
- Debuggex let’s you debug your regular expressions ans helps you by outlining issues and displaying hints.
- We like privacy aware tools, here are some for you that provide VPN, online sharing storage and encrypted messaging.
- Etsy shares their Testing Best Practices, what’s important, what to test and how to keep the balance between too much and too less tests.
- Practical tips on Resource Timing API by Steve Souders.
Sass / CSS
- A device agnostic approach to inlining CSS. In which Orde Saunders points out what we’re doing wrong when we’re fixed on viewports to render above-the-fold CSS inline.
- Well, although I’m not sure about the headline, the content of this article is incredibly helpful for our projects. It’s about Medium’s CSS codebase and their earlier failures.
- Do you like art? These paper birds are incredibly cool and look like a big amount of work.
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