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WPD 637: The different ways to position grid items, string padding methods (proposal), Node.js security releases

  • Posts

    • The ECMAScript string padding proposal (padStart/padEnd methods), @………’s post w/ usage examples
    • CSS Grid Layout - The different ways to position grid items, @………’s post w/ diagrams
      • 1. “Negative numbers allow you to reference the [grid] lines starting from the end of the grid.” 2. Naming grid lines: “One line can have several names […] The names of the lines can be repeated.” 3. Implicit tracks are created automatically when items are placed outside of the explicit grid.
  • Info

    • Media Queries module - update-frequency renamed to update (media feature), spec (commit)
  • Opinion

    • @………: “Promises tend to expose quite a lot of boilerplate to the user…”, post

  • Other

    • Snyk adds support for testing public git repos for vulnerable packages, source
    • Node.js’s release lines have been updated to fix HTTP related vulnerabilities, post w/ details

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