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This Week in Web

26th August 2018 - #35

This week we see the DOM API ported to a Web Worker, the release of WCAG 2.1, web performance made easy and more!


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Web performance made easy: Google I/O 2018 edition

Google have been working on making the web faster and more performant with new tools, approaches and libraries. Read about the optimisation techniques used to develop the Oodles Theatre app, experiments with predictive loading and the new Guess.js initiative.

Time-saving CSS techniques to create responsive images

Adrien has put together a few frequently used CSS techniques for responsive images, he also includes some tips on when each approach is best suited.

The whats and whys of WCAG 2.1

Within the release of 2.1, several new guidelines have been added for developers to follow when making sure their website is as accessible as possible. Nathan gives a brief overview for each recommendation and why we should care about it.

The same DOM API and frameworks you know, but in a Web Worker

This experimental project from AMP moves intermediate work related to DOM mutations to a background thread, freeing up the main thread for high priority updates such as async updates or embedding third party content alongside first party code.

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