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Serg Hospodarets
Senior Engineering Manager, speaker, and JavaScript / CSS enthusiast.
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Serg Hospodarets May 18
Replying to @WeAreDevs
Thanks to for having me. It was great
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Serg Hospodarets May 18
Replying to @bradleymeck
Big thanks to for the review and a valuable feedback, especially on the Node.js part 👍
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Serg Hospodarets May 18
Slides of my new talk "Native JavaScript modules" (ES Modules) Covers: - support (100% major browsers, under the flag in Node.js) - features, differences with classic scripts - dynamic import(), import.meta, NPM - performance - migration, examples - demos
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Serg Hospodarets May 9
Huge news! Firefox 60 stable with ECMAScript modules (aka JavaScript modules, ESM) enabled by default is rolled out. From today Native JavaScript modules available in all the major browsers out of the box!
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Serg Hospodarets May 7
Similar to Android and iOS, Chrome adds the Picture in Picture API, which allows continuing watching videos in a floating player, while interacting with other sites: Here is the extension which enables this for Youtube videos:
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 30
Chrome extended the CSS <overflow> shorthand to accept 2 values: overflow: <overflow-x> <overflow-y>; To make the shorthand more flexible and comply the spec change.
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 29
Replying to @jon_neal
Quick summary can be found here: PostCSS plugin by is available:
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 29
CSS environment variables are getting standardized: Allow to get and use the browser- and author-defined variables: typography, colors, notch and other specific layout/device values. They work in Media Queries, where CSS Custom Properties cannot be used.
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 27
Npm 6 is available, which means you can speed up your CI builds simply changing: "npm install" ➡️ "npm ci" (2x-10x! faster 🔥) It installs dependencies from your lock-file ONLY, without checking if it's in sync with package.json and additional operations
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 24
Chrome DevTools added a custom widget to add breakpoints to any or specific XHR or Fetch calls. 1) Detect the URL you'd like to catch in the Network panel 2) Open the Sources panel → XHR/fetch breakpoints 3) Click "Add breakpoint" 4) Type the whole URL or its substring
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Vincent De Oliveira Apr 23
🆕 My first CSS Layout API demo SVG Path Layout ⚠️ Chrome Canary with flags only
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 23
Chrome DevTools new "Stop current JavaScript Call" button allows you to stop infinite loops in your code or if you accidentally ran an infinite loop from the console
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 22
Chrome DevTools started to show the computed value of the CSS Custom Properties. In addition, color values represented via the color picker boxes.
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 16
When you feel that your IDE is quite smart (mixed up the X and Y values, and suggested to check it based on the variable name assigned and containing Top/Left)
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 12
Web Share API is the native simple JavaScript API for sharing capabilities in the browser. It's available in Chrome Stable on Android, so you don't need 3rd party solutions share button solutions there.
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 12
Great improvements in 1) Now you can toggle 3-pane inspector, to not switch between the Rules and other tabs 2) New accessibility tools for a quick a11y overview:
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 12
Didn't hear about changes in CSS.registerPeroperty (Properties and Values API) for a while, looks like a stable. Any plans on moving out of the experimental flag in Chrome ?
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Serg Hospodarets Apr 6
Great update from brings the automated way to convert function.prototype approach to ES6 classes and modules.
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Serg Hospodarets Mar 5
Replying to @el_piranna @_gsathya
Do you know the plan when it may appear in Node.js?
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Serg Hospodarets Mar 5
Private class fields (Stage 3) arrived in Chrome: and coming to Babel:
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