CSS3 has brought a lot of useful things and fortunately the development is still continuing. In this article you will find an overview of what has been added to CSS since 2015. In addition, you will also find an overview of what news to expect in 2022.
One of the most common causes of frustration when writing CSS is specificity. It often happens that we inadvertently rewrite styles. Sometimes we have nothing left but to use !important. A novelty, CSS Cascade Layers, is finally coming to the rescue, which solves just this problem. If you want to study more about it, be sure to check out Hello, CSS Cascade Layers by Ahmad Shadeed, who makes really good articles. Alternatively, read this A Complete Guide to CSS Cascade Layers on the CSS-Tricks website.
If you're looking for a detailed test guide, be sure to read Testing Pipeline 101 For Frontend Testing. Here you will find basic methods of frontend testing and you can also create an automated test pipeline using GitHub actions according to the instructions.
A new version of the Next.js React Framework has been released. With the new version came several requested news, for example:
iOS 15.4 beta brought some interesting news. Finally, there is support for icons in the manifest. We have had iOS Safari for four years, which supports the manifest, but the icons declaration has so far been ignored. Furthermore, push notifications (but of course it has a catch), more CSS and UI tweaks (:has(), accent-color, <dialog>), Web XR for augmented and virtual reality ... and much more.
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