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TWiW|4.11.18 #45

This week we take a look at what's new in CSS, web accessibility (I can't get enough of it), how to use dark mode in CSS and more!

 

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What's new in CSS?
CSS

What's new in CSS?

By Rachel Andrew
Rachel Andrew attended the CSS Working Group meeting at W3C TPAC and rounds up some of the discussions in this post, including things where you can help make a decision.
Using dark mode in CSS with MacOS Mojave
CSS

Using dark mode in CSS with MacOS Mojave

By Paul Miller
The latest Safari Tech Preview lets you use different CSS properties depending on the underlying colour scheme of the OS, Paul Miller shares with us how use the new media query.
The web accessibility introduction I wish I had
Accessibility

The web accessibility introduction I wish I had

By Max Antonucci
Max Antonucci reflects on his journey on web accessibility and with that in mind provides some recommended guidelines, how to test it and why it matters.
What up, docs?🥕
Podcast

What up, docs?🥕

By JS Party
Documentation is essential in our work but it can be difficult to get buy in. The crew talks about how you can get others to care about it in your organization, tools that make documentation easier, and some examples of companies doing it right.
Pre-launch checklist
Podcast

Pre-launch checklist

By Syntax
Wes and Scott discuss their pre-launch checklists. They talk about performance, accessibility, compatibility, SEO, analytics, and more - all the things you should check before launching something to the world.
@rauchg on Twitter
Tweet

@rauchg on Twitter

By 3:52 PM · Nov 1, 2018
Google has launched a new Electron-like platform experiment, powered by Chrome + Node.js + @zeithq `pkg`

github.com/GoogleChromeLa...

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