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TWiW|26.5.19 #74

This week we take a look at how eBay used WebAssembly, creating an accessible language picker, CSS tricks and more!

 

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WebAssembly at eBay: A real-world use case
WebAssembly

WebAssembly at eBay: A real-world use case

By Pranav Jha and Senthil Padmanabhan
The eBay engineering teams share their approach on replacing their pure JavaScript barcode scanner by building a better one with WebAssembly.
The first Microsoft Edge preview build for macOS
mac OS

The first Microsoft Edge preview build for macOS

By Microsoft Edge
Recently it was announced that Microsoft Edge will be based on the Chromium rendering engine. This the first public Canary build for macOS, to put this in context there hasn’t been a Mac browser from Microsoft since 2003.
Creating an accessible language picker
Accessibility

Creating an accessible language picker

By Claudia Romano
Claudia Romano, using CodyHouse’s design system, takes us through the steps of creating a custom language picker and keeping it accessible.
CSS can do that?
CSS

CSS can do that?

By Ananya Neogi
Ananya Neogi shares 11 amazing things that you can do with CSS.
CSS the 😎😎😎 cool parts
Podcast

CSS the 😎😎😎 cool parts

By SynTax
In this episode Wes and Scott talk about the cool parts of CSS! From filters to variables, here are some cool (and amazing) things you can do with CSS in 2019.
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