In this issue: accessible focus indicators, CSS transforms, HTTP/3, quick-accessibility checks, and more.
A guide to designing accessible, WCAG-compliant focus indicators
Sara Soueidan shares a guide to designing accessible focus indicators with real-life examples and use cases.
The World of CSS Transforms
Josh Comeau shares everything about the transform property and shows some of the fantastic and unexpected things you can do with it.
The State Of Mobile First and Desktop First
Ahmad Shadeed explores what mobile-first and desktop first mean, and he tries to discover if these methods are still relevant today.
HTTP/3 From A To Z: Core Concepts (Part 1)
Robin Marx explains what HTTP/3 is, why it was needed so soon after HTTP/2, how we should use it, and how it improves web performance.
Breaking the web forward
Peter-Paul Koch tries to explain why everybody thinks Safari is holding back the web, and he shares his solution for the problem.
CSS Utility Classes and 'Separation of Concerns'
Adam Wathan explains how he got the idea for utility classes in CSS. The article was released at the time of releasing his open-source project TailwindCSS.
Quick accessibility tests
TetraLogical shares ten quick accessibility checks anyone can run.
Paul Irish shares a package that allows you to use the 'git recent' command to see your latest local git branches.