Tech Foutraque #25 | Your weekly frontend digest
In the news this week are : OpenAI drama, pure madness with localStorage and very good articles on CSS and webComponents.
Width and Height in CSS It's always good to understand how these 2 more complex CSS attributes work.
Getting started with CSS container queries | MDN Blog If you haven't yet seen how it works, this article is for you!
UX / UI📱
Work, productivity 📇
Tools & ressources 🔧
Prettier 3.1: New experimental ternaries formatting and Angular control flow syntax!
Grep.app : Search across a half million git repos
Fnm: Fast and simple Node.js version manager, built in Rust
Browser-window: Used in demos as a way to fake a Safari-esque web browser window.
React Scroll Parallax React hooks and components to create parallax scroll effects
React Datasheet Grid A React component to create beautiful spreadsheets
Ark UI Fully customizable and accessible UI components
Vectorizer.AI - Trace Pixels To Vectors in Full Color, Fully Automatically, Using AI. The result may not live up to your expectations, but it's a good start.
4 Web Devs, 1 App Idea (Salma Alam-Naylor, Scott Tolinski, Eve Porcello). I really like the idea. Lot of fun!
Whiskey Web and Whatnot
JS Party #302 - What's new in CSS land featuring Una Kravets
ShopTalk 592: Web Component Therapy, SEO Therapy, and Learning Something New like Swift
Asian Efficiency - From Burnout to Balance: Reviving Your Energy and Focus
The French corner
This week, I've seen a lot of people on twitter talking about the tweet below and I must admit that the result is impressive, I'll let you judge and a little Video from Wes Bos who was obliged to test this for us! This isn't websockets! fun multi-window demo