2. Browser Engine Diversity
Some thoughts on the decreasing diversity in the browser space: “What we may have lost in browser engine diversity we may gain back in the openness of browser engines and outside players stepping up.”
I wrote about this in Fredrik’s front-end quickread #1 when Microsoft released Microsoft Edge Beta and my mixed feelings about it.
Includes console.assert, console.count, console.group and two timing methods. Integrate them with your debugging habits and your development speed will increase exponentially!
4. What really matters in Google’s nofollow changes?
For years, web designers who wanted to disavow a site they were linking to used rel=”nofollow” in their link – for example WordPress automatically adds it to comments. Now Google has revised its guidelines and introduced two new values: ”sponsored” and ”ugc”. George Nguyen explains all.
5. Web Development Merit Badges
What have you done today that made you feel proud? Said “no” to a client, actually used CSS Grid for live code, hand-coded an HTML email? If so, then you’re entitled to a merit badge courtesy of Chris Coyier, who’s put together this hilarious collection for designers and developers.
Thank you for reading and happy coding! ❤️
/Fredrik Ward, Senior front-end developer @ Bouvet and co-creator of Sketch2React