Here’s a closer look at the recent changes introduced to HTML form controls within Chrome, designed to “beautiful, webby, and neutral”. They bring with them a host of accessibility wins, touch support, and more consistent keyboard access.
来源：Rob Dodson (Google)
Chrome 81 will now be released on April 7. Here’s the official blog post from Google announcing that releases are now resuming.
来源：Catalin Cimpanu (ZDNet)
Two years in comes version 2.0, along with 10K GitHub stars to boot. v2.0 has a new Markdown parser, better syntax highlighting, improved scroll syncing and live previews, and more. GitHub repo.
TLS 1.0 and 1.1 has been re-enabled in the Firefox Stable and Beta browser because of Google and government sites that still rely on these protocols. Google has taken a similar, temporary, step due to the COVID-19 crisis, too.
来源：Martin Brinkmann (gHacks)
This guide aims to help you figure out which approach makes the most sense when considering popular design trends for your site.
In this advanced guide Patrick Stox explains how page speed works, and what actions to take for your site.
Yep, this is a feature list trying to convince folks to give Edge a try. I didn’t know about a few of the things Edge now offers, including an interesting ‘vertical tabs’ mode.
Have you noticed how sometimes in mobile browsers a video will play right where it is instead of the fullscreen default? Here’s how that works.
<video src="..." controls playsinline></video>
An exploration into how to make inputs more accessible, touching upon semantic HTML and a bit of ARIA.
<span class="required" aria-hidden="true">*</span>
<p class="aside" id="desc_pw">Your password needs to have at least eight characters.</p>
<p class="error" id="error_pw">Please check your input.</p>
This works mainly as a refresher on how to do intrinsic aspect ratio sizing in CSS for any embedded media, but it’s specific to Twitch embeds.
来源：Nguyen Huu Phuoc
The upcoming version five of popular framework Bootstrap is officially dropping support for both Internet Explorer 10 and 11. Here’s a quick look at what that means for those relying on Bootstrap, and what workarounds (polyfills) to expect.
CodeMirror is an open source project that makes it easy to build advanced text editors into your frontend apps. Here’s how to build a code editor with it and how to connect together all the pieces.
value: 'console.log("Hello, World");'
An overview about why using a backend-as-a-service like GraphCMS is a viable way to go for MVPs.
Drawing inspiration from American gothic typeface designs, this is Adobe’s first open-source typeface family (and is made up of 12 weights). Designed by Paul D. Hunt it was conceived primarily as a typeface for user interfaces boasting wide-ranging language support and a focus on clarity and legibility.
A pure CSS library with plenty of stylish toggles. Here’s the related GitHub page.
Although still in alpha, this is a massive update that puts the icon library at over 500 icons and adds a permalink page for each.
来源：Mark Otto, Jacob Thornton, and Bootstrap contributors
An open-source design tool to make animated GIFs and videos to showcase your products. Try it here.
Based on a pay-what-you-want model, this allows you to test any of the ~900 fonts on Google Fonts or using any locally installed font.