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This week in Web Dev Rev notes: some Drupal Composer recipes; a Drupal snippets repository (link no longer available); an update on the new Drupal 8 initiatives; a trick for Drupal 7 theme debugging; a "real simple slider" that shows the use of "scroll-snap" CSS properties; improving perceived performance with multiple background images; the "blur up" technique for loading background images; "display: contents" is coming to Chrome; some tricks for responsive images in CSS; notes on addressing accessibility for the web; some web development project ideas from the experts and some more ideas for websites you can build; DevDocs API documentation; how to use HTML meta tags; spooky CSS selectors and spooky dark UX patterns; and finally, Google's new material design hub.
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This week in Web Dev Rev notes: the White House is open sourcing a Drupal 8 chat module for Facebook Messenger; mortendk talks about his first Drupalcon; there are now subReddits for Drupal modules, themes, and distributions; learn Regular Expressions with the Regex Crossword; Mozilla announces an intent to implement the CSS shape-outside property in Firefox; how Lullabot uses "zoom mocks" when designing sites; slide decks on starting an ops team and docs-first API design; and a post on CSS Tricks about maintaining CSS styles.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: Drupal 7.51 was released (as was Drupal 8.2.0); as part of the drupal.org redesign, there's a new landing page for Drupal's coding standards; Drupalcon Dublin led to Drupal Snakes and Ladders; 9 underutilized features in CSS; a redesign with CSS shapes (link no longer available); articles, links and tools from An Event Apart Orlando; what's new in Safari 10; and finally, a look at web font optimization.
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