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🖥️ Accordions on Desktop: When and How to Use🟢 Open-source monitoring service🎨 Design systems
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Web Components have a marketing problem. I have a lot of opinions about this, so many that I joined the Web Components Community Group.
OpenStatus is an open source alternative to your current monitoring service with a beautiful status page.
Earlier this week, W3C/WAI announced that Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2 is now at the last hurdle before becoming a standard.
Variables, one of Figma’s newest features, help you streamline designs and connect more closely to code, but what do they tell us about larger shifts in the industry?
Window management is one of those areas I’m fascinated with because even after 50 years, nobody’s fully cracked it yet.
We've let ourselves get away from building websites that can do normal web things.
While accordions can simplify long content pages and minimize scrolling, they diminish content visibility and increase interaction cost
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