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WPD 633: Use cases for proxies, making a scrollable region accessible, auto-configuration in ESLint 2.0.0

  • Posts

    • Use cases for proxies: validation or access control checks, @………’s post
      • “Rather than passing a target object to a piece of untrusted code, one could pass its proxy wrapped in a sort of protective membrane. Once the app deems that the untrusted code has completed a particular task, it can revoke the reference which detaches the proxy from its target.”
  • Misc

    • Chrome DevTools update (Canary): CSS @keyframes editable in Style pane (already in Firefox), gif
    • Firefox DevTools update (Nightly): Viewing service worker cache contents (already in Chrome), screen
  • Demos

    • An accessible scrollable region (tabindex, role, aria-label), @………’s post w/ demo (via)

  • Other

    • @………’s “CSS Best Practices” (i.a. “Never use direction or unicode-bidi.”), 23-page deck w/ summary
    • A proposed "serviceworker" link relation would enable installation via HTTP header, status
    • ESLint 2.0.0 introduces automatic configuration (via --init option), @………’s post

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