This week's Web Dev Rev started with several Drupal-related notes:
- Drupal 8.5.5 released
- Drupal.org changes from June 18 - July 1 sprint
- Drupal.org changes from July 2 - July 29 sprints
- Drupalize.me recent updates
- adding an experimental module for help topics
- why large organizations are choosing to contribute to Drupal
- creating a custom Ajax command in Drupal 8
- Drupal core can now use Selenium (no longer available)
- Slide show: the evolution of Drupal's governance
- JSON API module will not be experimental in core (no longer available)
- Drupal 8 interviews: Amber Matz
- handle user input with care
Then we had lots of "general" web development notes:
- find a "conference buddy"
- Firefox Nightly now supports paint-order for text (no longer available)
- 3D models in HTML documents
- improving usability of scrollable regions
- a site to make sure you can log in to public wifi
- intent to implement: scroll to CSS selector
- scroll to CSS selector explained
- the backdrop-filter CSS property
- crafting the perfect web developer resumé
- "Stylish" browser extension steals your internet history
- do you know where your PHP is?
- itty.bitty for notes that are entirely contained in the URL
- how CSS works: z-index
- the most hated UI & UX pattern of 2018
- the FFS Tech Conference
- semantic HTML explained via "sketchnote"
- designing for accessibility is not that hard
- a random day in the life of a developer
- introduction to Feature Policy
- the div that looks different in every browser
- "your body text is too small"
- automatically open DevTools in new Chrome tabs
We finished by watching "Container Queries" from dotCSS 2017.
We hope you'll join us on Friday, July
20 , in EC2 1021 (Millennium) at 11:00am, for the next edition of Web Dev Rev.