One of the ways you can classify a programming language is by how strongly or weakly typed it is. Here, “typed” means if variables are known at compile time. An example of this would be a scenario where an integer (1) is added to a string containing an integer (“1”): The string containing an integer […]
If you’re building a WordPress site, you need a good reason not to choose a WordPress form plugin. They are convenient and offer plenty of customizations that would take a ton of effort to build from scratch. They render the …
I didn’t know this was a thing until Stefan Judis’s post:
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You give an anchor link a URL via a
ping attribute, and the browser will hit that URL with a web request …
A bunch of new developer tools have landed in the past year and they are biting at the heels of the tools that have dominated front-end development over the last few years, including webpack, Babel, Rollup, Parcel, create-react-app.
These new …
Think of it as Next for Svelte. It’s a framework for building apps with Svelte, complete with server-side rendering, routing, code-splitting for JS and CSS, adapters for different serverless platforms and so on.
Great move. I find …
- “Good news about display: contents and Chrome” — Rachel Andrew notes that the accessibility danger of using
display: contents;is fixed in Chrome. The problem was that, say you had a parent div that is laid out as a grid