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@property giving superpowers to CSS variables

CSS Houdini is an umbrella term that covers a set of low-level APIs that expose parts of the CSS rendering engine, and give developers access to the CSS Object Model.

Periodic Background Sync Explained

There are a few situations where the internet connection isn't optimal, but you still want to check your phone for news, social media, or other websites.

Happy birthday web fonts!

“How do I get motivated on Monday?”, which is what Google says is a popular search topic when I typed ”Monday” in the search box

Different versions of your site can be running at the same time

It's pretty easy for a user to be running an old version of your site. Not only that, but a user could be running many different versions of your site at the same time, in different tabs.

TypeScript 4.0 finally delivers what I’ve been waiting for

Microsoft announced the release candidate of TypeScript 4.0. And with that comes Labeled Tuple Elements, which is the answer to the title of this post. Here’s a contrived example. IQuery. It’s meant to describe the shape of functions that query things.

Announcing Storybook 6.0

The new Storybook incorporates these best practices so that all teams can benefit. What’s more, we removed boilerplate and configuration to streamline your developer experience. It includes: