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This week, Web Dev Rev guest host Eric Bremner brought forward these Web Dev Rev notes: DrupalCon Baltimore has just ended; the next North American DrupalCon will be in Nashville; a look at what's coming in Chrome 58; a look at how early Nintendo programming worked without a keyboard; a post about the myth of software time estimations that got its author fired; and finally, a look at what programming languages are used late at night.
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Reminder: WCMS migration to responsive cut-off date – August 31, 2017
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: more Drupal controversy follow-up with Dries' apology to the Drupal community, Webchick's write-up on what the Drupal Community Working Group is and isn't, and the Drupal Confessions site; an update from the Drupal Technical Advisory committee; Drupal 8.3.1 is released; Lullabot looks as the evolution of design tools; what Chrome's new scroll anchoring means for web developers, and a look at the overflow-anchor property to control it; notes on smooth scrolling and accessibility; and how to use preload, prefetch and priorities in Chrome.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: Drupal 8.3.0 is out, and a blog post looks at the big changes; the controversy in the Drupal world has lead to talk of a Drupal fork; the question "Does CSS Grid replace Flexbox" is answered; a trick for hassle-free full bleed in CSS; Microsoft Edge starts working on their Grid implementation, and fulfills a years-old promise; the CSS Grid Garden is a fun way to learn some basics about CSS Grid; and finally, the Emojipedia can help with all your Emoji-finding needs.
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