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Adam Ramsay Aug 22
EXCLUSIVE: has been leaked documents from the Bolsonaro regime showing their strategy to destroy the Amazon Rainforest:
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I hope future iterations of GND plans include: * investment in modern nuclear reactors * expanded land & ocean protection * regulation of pollutants and post-consumer waste * redesigning cities (e.g., LA) * no grants for replacing cars (i.e., fewer cars)
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Nicolas Aug 22
Replying to @necolas
Our political systems have failed humanity at the most critical time in its history.
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Nicolas Aug 22
This is catastrophic for life on Earth. Humans now have such impact on the environment, that at any moment a few corrupt individuals can not only ravage the biosphere but do it without personal consequence
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Nicolas Aug 20
I lived in the UK for nearly 30 years. But if Brexit happens in a few months, I'll need a visa just to visit. Quite stupid
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React Aug 15
Today we’re releasing a brand new version of React DevTools, rewritten from scratch for new features and better performance. Read all about it in the new blog post by !
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SAPIENS Aug 15
This map of Australia shows the 21 places where Aboriginal peoples have memories of times, at least 7,000 years ago, when sea level was lower than it is today.
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Nicolas Aug 13
It's raining plastic: microscopic fibers fall from the sky in Rocky Mountains
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WMO | OMM Aug 12
The scale of the Siberian wildfires is underlined by this animation of the huge area of the smoke cloud: more than 5 million km². For comparison, the EU is about 4.5 million km² and the contiguous US about 8.1 million km². (Via of )
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React Aug 8
React 16.9 is now available! It contains several new features, bugfixes, and new deprecation warnings to help prepare for a future major release. Learn all about it on our blog:
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DW News Jul 30
From Canada to Siberia, the Arctic is on fire 😱
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Nicolas Jul 27
I wish SF had better late night food (and everything else) options. I feel nostalgic about getting a tasty kebab on the way home in London
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Nicolas Jul 18
You could ask the team at Twitter to add more hooks in the sidebars and ads. Or use selectors like [aria-label="Timeline: Trending now"] { display: none }
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Nicolas Jul 18
I don't know what the call the "web standards" is about. People can still "adjust styles", not that that has ever been reliable. The current app also has more theme, font-size, and colour options available than ever before
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Nicolas Jul 18
Supporting user style sheets hooking into 'class' is not practical or important. If a product wants to explicitly support user styling, the 'data-testid' attribute is more reliable and intentional, as that's what unit and webdriver tests rely on to select elements
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Nicolas Jul 17
Manual testing, automated testing, responding to issues surfaced by people using AT's, accessibility audits, and drawing on the expertise at Facebook and beyond. Everything still has room for improvement but we want to incorporate as much as possible by default
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Nicolas Jul 17
There's a lot more – the behaviour associated with ARIA constructs, supporting all modalities, containing focus within trees, managing roving focus – that we're currently working on baking into React
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Nicolas Jul 17
Basically developers can only annotate a handful of React "primitives" with accessibility props, and those are used to limit and produce the resulting DOM/ARIA. I'm currently working on a simpler and more feature-rich API for this at Facebook
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Nicolas Jul 17
I didn't want the framework to rely on tag semantics to communicate accessibility purpose, so automatic auditing tools can assert against ARIA properties. It also helps enforce the allowed roles for specific tags (e.g., no <h1 role="button">; per )
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Nicolas Jul 17
I haven't seen those problems manifest in practice. An external audit can be done against an environment displaying additional markers ('data-testid') and rely on React Dev Tools too. FWIW, this app has a LOT less "DOM cruft" and more semantic HTML than the old one
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