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WPD 473: How to use return and throw with Promises, nesting SVG patterns, Chrome adds “treat as secure” option

  • Posts

    • How to use return and throw with Promises, @………’s post (rookie mistake #5)
      • “The whole point of promises is to give us back the language fundamentals we lost when we went async: return, throw, and the stack. But you have to know how to use promises correctly in order to take advantage of them.”
  • Content

    • Chrome DevTools Tip: Quickly change CSS values with the keyboard or mouse wheel, @………’s gif
  • Demos

    • Scaling, transforming and nesting SVG patterns (code + inline demos), @………’s post

  • Other

    • Polycasts #16: Adding public properties and methods to your element, @………’s 12-min preso
    • Chrome adds “treat unsecure origin as secure” command line option, source
      • “an option to temporarily whitelist specific origins that have been setup for development and testing purposes”

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