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What To Consider When Visualizing Data For Colorblind Readers

- Lisa Charlotte Rost tl;dr: "Most of the advice here will make your charts easier to read. Not just for people with a color vision deficiency, or the older ones, or the ones that read your chart in low light – for everyone."

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Bootstrap 5 Alpha!

- Mark Otto tl;dr: With a new look and feel, "Bootstrap no longer depends on jQuery and we’ve dropped support for Internet Explorer."

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Snapfont: The Fastest Way To Test Google / Local Fonts On Any Website

tl;dr: SnapFont makes it easier to test any font on any website. All you need to do is to install the browser extension.

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Micro Frontends

- Cam Jackson tl;dr: The benefits of moving to this architecture are working with smaller, more maintainable codebases, structuring teams to be autonomous and writing code in more incremental fashion. The article comes with an implementation example.

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Reducing Motion With The Picture Element

- Brad Frost tl;dr: If you deal with moving images on the web, this is how you can use the "prefers-reduced-motion" within a picture tag in HTML.

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Front-end Developer Handbook 2019

- Cody Lindley tl;dr: "Professional resource for potential and currently practicing front-end developers to equip themselves with learning materials and development tools. Secondarily, it can be used by managers, CTOs, instructors, and head hunters to gain insights into the practice of front-end development."

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Native Image Lazy-loading For The Web!

- Addy Osmani tl;dr: New loading attribute for images and iframes helps content load quicker, reduces network data usage and reduces memory usage. It should be shipped as part of Chrome 75.

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PEP 570: Python Positional-Only Parameters

- Pablo Galindo Salgado tl;dr: Introduces a new syntax for specifying positional-only parameters in Python function definitions

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CSS Battle

- Kushagra Gour tl;dr: Online CSS Code Golfing battleground where players replicate targets the in smallest possible CSS code.

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You Probably Don’t Need Input type=“number”

- Brad Frost tl;dr: Often input="number" is used for numeric input fields allowing users to increment / decrement the input. This is a poor experience when the inputs are credit cards, social security numbers, etc...

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