New post: If you are a full time privacy professional in law or academia, you need to understand that one of your fundamental beliefs about online privacy is wrong. Includes nominative determinism free of charge. https://t.co/76fwFHY7ti
— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) July 3, 2020
The central goal of CSS was to give us "authors" INPUT without giving us any CONTROL. The original proposal refers to CSS as "HINTS & SUGGESTIONS" which the user & browser are allowed to override or ignore. HTML is similar.
That's a political stance, & remains controversial.
— Mia #BlackLivesMatter (@MiriSuzanne) June 22, 2020
I could write a whole book about the folly that is single page applications.
— Heydon (@heydonworks) June 21, 2020
Folks ask which framework to pick and my answer is always the same: have a performance budget and management support to block launches on bad perf.
Next, default to processing on the server or at build time.
Lastly, and only if you must, adopt lightweight client-side tools. https://t.co/3Far8MSPgb
— Alex Russell (@slightlylate) June 20, 2020