A detailed look at each part of Houdini, a group of APIs that give developers direct access to the CSS Object Model, including current browser support (quickly improving) and how its features can be used today using progressive enhancement.
Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) has been in beta for a few months, and is now live in both the iOS and macOS builds. It introduces significant privacy changes, including cross-site cookies now being blocked by default. There is also a ‘7 day cap on all script-writeable storage’ (including Indexed DB, localStorage and sessionStorage) which Aral Balkan suggests “effectively kills offline web apps”.
来源：John Wilander (WebKit)
A thorough look at how using next-gen image formats along with the
<picture> element can reduce image sizes dramatically.
来源：Josh W Comeau
Usually videos from ‘An Event Apart’ sessions get released gradually, but due to current circumstances they’ve opted to release them all in one go. There’s some good stuff here including excellent talks from Jen Simmons, Sara Soueidan, Aaron Gustafson and others.
来源：An Event Apart
The stable release of Chrome 81 was due to arrive last week, but this version remains in beta for the forseeable future as things are now on hiatus due to the current global crisis. Canary releases will continue shipping as planned.
来源：Chrome Developers on Twitter
Looks at what happens when you absolutely position a flex item and talks about a related bug in Firefox’s developer tools.
来源：Chen Hui Jing
Lots of good reminders here on video accessibility, covering captions, subtitles, audio descriptions, transcripts, and more.
Runs through a few examples of how your CSS can significantly change what some screen readers announce.
Dave discusses how shaving 33s off page load time (by fixing how fonts are loaded) helped him recognize some larger lessons about performance over the long haul.
A look at how to customize media notifications and respond to media related events, such as seeking or track changing with the Media Session API.
Now this may have some performance implications, but the end result is a neat effect. The article refers to the effect as an “accordion”, but not in the UI sense.
来源：Sarah L. Fossheim
A simple look at a lesser-known Web API, which lets you grab various bits including the hash, hostname, pathname, protocol, etc.
Here’s a nice collection of practical icons. MIT-licensed.
Buttons have a consistent look across modern browers and include focus styles for accessibility.
Open source, highly customizable with 30+ plugins and can be used with any file uploading backend.
来源：Web Font of the Week
来源：Although not new, this remains a popular typeface. Ostrich Sans is a modern sans-serif font featuring long stems (or necks if you will). It’s available in a variety of styles and weights — I particularly like the Black and Heavy variants. Here’s the related GitHub repo.