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An Intro to Monkey Testing with Gremlins.js

A common idiom in our industry is, “You never can predict how the user will use your product once they get it in their hands.” If you’ve ever watched a stakeholder use a website or web application for the first time, you may know this firsthand. I can’t count the number of times I’ve seen a user seemingly forget how to use websites on a mobile device, or try to use it in a way that makes you think, “But … Read article “An Intro to Monkey Testing with Gremlins.js”

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The appearance property is used to display an element using a platform-native styling based on the users’ operating system’s theme.

.thing {
   -webkit-appearance: value;
   -moz-appearance:    value;
   appearance:         value;
}

This is starting to be unprefixed, which is great because the cross-browser story here is very complicated.

The appearance property is used for one of two reasons:

  1. To apply platform specific styling to an element that doesn’t have it by default
  2. To remove platform specific styling to an element that
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