As people complained that I post too many links to follow on Twitter (it is my stream of consciousness – as I find it, I post it), I’m starting to release these link lists every few days now. Hopefully that helps.
- Be safe on the internet is an open source checklist of resources designed to improve your online privacy and security. Check things off to keep track as you go.
- A snippet generator for Atom, code and Sublime text
- Accessibility reviews is exactly that, reviews of different online tools and how they stack up in terms of accessibility
- An introduction to CSS Containment. Igalia has been working on css-contain during the last months, talk about the feature and the state of the art around it.
- What is CSS Specificity? asks Emma Wedekind and also answers it, which is a good thing. Now we are only stuck with “how to pronounce it?”. Tip: add a break after each syllable: Spe-ci-fi-city.
- Documentation as practical empathy – Google’s Erin McKean explains how developer documentation can be an expression of empathy in her video and transcript of her DevRelCon London talk
- Rachel M. Carmena explains How to teach Git
- Adrian Roselli explaining what to do to keep your fancy scrollbars accessible in Baseline Rules for Scrollbar Usability