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Wochenbericht 2020.30

  1. Avoiding CORS errors on localhost
  2. Why you shouldn’t write your content in Uppercase, instead use CSS.
  3. Microsoft Launches Build JavaScript applications with Node.js Learning Tutorials
  4. Benefits of SVG: Smaller File Sizes, Scalability, Stylizing, Performance and More Than an Image
  5. Understanding CSS Multiple Backgrounds

Was zum Lachen: Side Project Showcase

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Wochenbericht 2020.29

  1. Causa Facebook vs. Schrems: EuGH erklärt Privacy Shield für ungültig – Golem.de
  2. Vue v3.0.0-beta.23 Released (Bugfixes, Feature, & Perf Improvements)
  3. Aus fürs Privacy Shield: Der internationale Datenverkehr kommt ins Trudeln
  4. I made a site with 550+ Free open source fully customizable SVG icons.
  5. Best Deno Tutorials on YouTube – Tech Jasmine

Was zum Lachen: What the hell is this?

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Wochenbericht 2020.18

  1. Browser-Based Eye Tracking – WinkScroll, a JavaScript implementation for auto-scrolling
  2. Alpine.js: The JavaScript Framework That’s Used Like jQuery, Written Like Vue, and Inspired by TailwindCSS
  3. 10 open source SVG icon libraries that you can use for your next project
  4. The CSS „content“ property accepts alternative text
  5. Vue 3.0.0-Beta.5 Released
  6. Pinebook Pro im Test: Der 200-US-Dollar-Linux-Laptop für Bastler

Was zum Lachen: Boiling point

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Wochenbericht 2020.11

  1. Microsoft Edge has more privacy-invading telemetry than other browsers
  2. -webkit-line-clamp
  3. CSS Tutorial: Create Diagonal Layouts Like It’s 2020
  4. What I expect from a modern image lazyloader
  5. Clipping in CSS and SVG — The clip-path Property and <clipPath> Element
  6. Clippy — CSS clip-path maker

Was zum Lachen: Do you like containers?

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Wochenbericht 2020.06

  1. Tailwind CSS v1.2 is here
  2. Baretest — A minimalistic alternative to Jest
  3. Tutorial to build a responsive dashboard with Vue, SVG and Three.js
  4. Wacom drawing tablets track the name of every application that you open
  5. Announcing TypeScript 3.8 RC
  6. Visual Studio Code January 2020

Was zum Lachen: A very good day