RT @devatTheCave
@denicmarko This one is great.

I just want to note that this tag isn't used to indicate progress because there is a specific tag for that purpose called <progress>

This tag can be used when it is necessary to display, for example, the level of battery charge, disk usage, etc

Thanks, Marko

RT @denicmarko
HTML tip:

You can use the `<meter>` element to display quantities. No JavaScript/CSS is needed.

Holy crap, google is apparently taking down all/most fediverse apps from google play on the grounds that that some servers in the fediverse engage in hate speech. At least three apps I know of anyway and I'd imagine the others will follow soon under the exact same reasoning.} Seems to be the case with Husky, Fedilab, and "subway" tooter.

this is a scary precedent if google play is going to ban any apps that can in any way be used to access content with hate speech. So what about a forum client, do they take that down just because there is a forum somewhere on the internet posting hate speech?

This is particularly worrisome because for most people Google Play is the only way they understand to install apps at all.

Picture attached of one of the notices received by fedilab.



@fedilab @tateisu

RT @ztellman
what if, and hear me out, we were to *distribute* the computation across multiple computers twitter.com/stephen_wolfram/st

wait... is any of this actually true? Or just false info as a sales pitch for the ignorant? The only sne I cal get behind Is that the frameworks may save development time because html is SO inefficient. But security? Session management in your javascript app?

What? Top JS framework is Yahoo YUI? I've never even heard of this now-defunct thing.

A nice overview of the Google vs Facebook vs indie Framework battlefield. Personally I go with React because is so good at it. What is your preference and why?


RT @draganrocks
@mauricio_szabo It’s not called “vs. Code” for nothing.

I really don't understand folks who don't want to learn. That is one of my favorite things about webdev.
RT @ProjectKenneth
I was once interviewing someone for a senior web dev role.

Me: How do you find time to study or research about the latest trends in the tech space?
Candidate: I don't.
Me: Oh. Why?
Candidate: I don't get paid to do that.

My mind was made up even before he left the room.

note to self: look in to this
RT @itsfoss2
Looking for a promising alternative to Discord? This could be it: itsfoss.com/revolt/


RT @Endless_WebDev
@Codeanddream . If the CSS or JS is really good, I push it to my blog (one keystroke) for safe keeping and sharing.

RT @TheOGStove
@sadhlife @adamwathan The issue is with mobile browsers.. specifically for iphones since Apple hates any browser spec not created by themselves.

RT @internetarchive
👉The @waybackmachine captures more than just screenshots! It's a complex set of tools. Our intern, @USC computer science student Bridget Bell, lifts up the hood & gives you a look at how the actually works.

RT @PenLlawen
ever read something and know immediately it’s gonna live rent free in your head forever twitter.com/tinkersec/status/1

RT @shanselman
Hoops? No hoops here. Best of Windows and Best of Linux with WSL2. Run all my games, all my apps, any prompt I like. ;) twitter.com/kevinhooke/status/

@worldsendless Spectre's really amazing, being able to do complex data transformations declaratively and have decent performance guaranteed is really nice. Given that most Clojure code just does data transformations, it's such a powerful tool. I also haven't seen anything equivalent in other languages.

RT @samueljforrest
JavaScript, putting the 'fun' in functions and the 'oops' in loops.

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