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iOS 13 Broke the Classic Pure CSS Parallax Technique

I know. You hate parallax. You know what we should hate more? When things that used to work on the web stop working without any clear warning or idea why.

Way back in 2014, Keith Clark blogged an exceptionally clever CSS trick where you essentially use a CSS transform to scale an element down affecting how it appears to scroll, then "depth correcting" it back to "normal" size. Looks like we got five years of fun out of that, but … Read article

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Zero hands up.

It's worth making this clear then. On iOS, the only browser engine is WebKit. There are other browsers, but they can't bring their own engine (Blink/Gecko). So, if you're using Chrome or Firefox on iOS, it's really the same engine Safari is using, only slightly less … Read article

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Weekly Platform News: PWA Issue on iOS, Performance Culture, Anti-Tracking in Browsers

In this week's news: resolving an issue when restarting progressive web apps in iOS, why The Telegraph now vets all scripts before they make it to their codebase, and Microsoft plans to add tracking prevention to the Edge browser.
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Weekly Platform News: Feature Policy, Signed Exchanges, iOS browsers

👋 Hey folks! This is the first edition of a new weekly update we'll be posting that covers timely news at the intersection of development standards and the tools that make them available on the web. We often talk about the pace of change in our industry. It's fast and touches everything from the HTML, CSS and JavaScript we write to the landscape of browsers that renders them. Please help us welcome Šime Vidas, who will be keeping us … Read article

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Quick Tip: Debug iOS Safari on a true local emulator (or your actual iPhone/iPad)