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667: Your first service worker, 17 updates in Normalize.css 4.0.0, new command menu in Chrome DevTools

  • Posts

    • “The copy & paste guide to your first service worker”, @………’s post (disc.)
    • RICG newsletter: “@……… wants to see container queries evolve from the ground up”, post
      • @………: “While we wait for various foundations to be laid, I say we all spend some time thinking about how to implement container queries as a progressive enhancement?”
  • Info

    • “By default, flex items won’t shrink below their minimum content size”, @………’s post w/ demo
      • “Applying overflow: hidden will not result in the item shrinking like you may expect it to. […] By adding min-width: 0 to the item, it will resize at the correct ratio and still apply the overflow as desired.”
  • Opinion

    • @………: “If you want a feature to be implemented in a browser – write about it…”, post

  • Other

    • Due to its very short max-age value, GitHub’s HPKP policy is “practically toothless”, @………’s post
    • Normalize.css 4.0.0 includes 17 new fixes and improvements, page (full changelog)

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