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Jan Nicklas
Web Applications, Frontend, Javascript, React, Angular, Webpack, maintainer of the html-webpack-plugin
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Jan Nicklas May 31
I see - do you know any text based browser screen reader for automated page testing?
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Jan Nicklas May 31
I can’t see a full blind mode on this page - did I miss something?
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Jan Nicklas May 30
Replying to @mathias
Is there also a feature which lets you experience and navigate a page as a blind user?
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Jan Nicklas May 22
Replying to @matheus1lva
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Jan Nicklas May 22
Replying to @matheus1lva
The idea behind these options is to create a cleaner git history and to prevent those huge subway lines branching chaos. If you need that and if your team is experienced enough with git try a rebase or at least the ff approach otherwise go with the easier merge based approach.
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Jan Nicklas May 21
Replying to @_developit
Will it allow types?
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Jan Nicklas May 21
For typescript or in general?
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Jan Nicklas May 21
Is VSCode faster for you?
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Jan Nicklas May 15
Replying to @sseraphini @webpack
I wrote a tool to analyze initial AND incremental cpu load with a flame graph: gives you a full report like this one:
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Jan Nicklas May 15
Replying to @Una
Cool it even works with a relative height (which was hardly possible with the padding hack)!! Here is an example which shows a centered 16/9 box with a max-height of 300px:
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Una Kravets 👩🏻‍💻 May 14
🎉 Aspect Ratio just landed in Chrome Canary! 🎉 ➡️Check it out by enabling the experimental web platform features flag in version 84.0.4145.0 or later 👋🏽 Say your goodbyes to 56.25% and let me know if you find any bugs! 🐞
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Addy Osmani May 14
📢 quicklink 2.0 is out! ⚡️ <1KB library to speed next-page navigations by prefetching in-viewport links. Can now... ⚛️ Prefetch React Router routes + JS #️⃣ Set limits on total requests to prefetch 🔢 Set limits for simultaneous requests Try it: 👈
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Jan Nicklas May 13
Wouldn't this attach and detach a listener on every rerendering?
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Sophie Alpert May 7
Replying to @davidbrunelle
Another angle: Making new rules, frameworks, layers of abstraction, and “systems” will slow you down later unless they’re reaaaally well thought out. (Both in code and socially.)
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💫 Josh May 6
Oh this is cool! CSS now has `lh` units. `1 lh` is equivalent to the total computed line height. So you can size something according to the text it sits next to, for example.
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Jan Nicklas May 6
Replying to @wSokra
Wow looks like you invested a lot of work 👍 Do you already have an example? Will this also work for ssr? How is code managed which is shared for multiple micro frontends (e.g. a user session handler or a ui spinner)?
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Jan Nicklas May 4
Nice this one is really cool 👍
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Jan Nicklas May 4
Replying to @ania_kubow
I really like how you encourage beginners to get started by creating those games 👍
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Jan Nicklas May 1
Replying to @codenameyesse
You can also use it within statements: console.log(isEmpty ? 'empty' : 'not empty')
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Jan Nicklas Apr 27
Replying to @iamsapegin
CSS has endless different properties which are already hard to memorize. In addition you and all in your team will also have to memorize all different short hands. But I guess you can decide wether to enforce or ban shortcuts with linting rules.
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