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WPD 662: eBay’s shortlist of ES6 features, when to use rel="noopener", calc() in line-height (demo)

  • Posts

    • eBay’s (initial) shortlist of ES6 features (“to get started on”) and the reasoning behind it, post
      • “The features that we shortlisted were the ones that boosted our productivity tremendously after a short learning curve [and] were easy to debug even in the transpiled version…” ⁂ “…we feel that the upcoming async/await feature offers a better alternative to generators, providing a much cleaner syntax and readability.”
    • @………: Use rel="noopener" to prevent pages from abusing window.opener, post
  • Info

    • @……… has started incorporating Shadow DOM APIs into the DOM Standard, spec (commit)
    • CSS - :not() doesn’t count toward specificity (but the selectors inside it do), @………’s post

  • Other

    • Firefox (Nightly) now supports calc() in line-height (also in Blink/WebKit; demo), source
    • Dev.Opera: “What’s new in Chromium 49 and Opera 36”, @………’s post

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