text-decoration-* CSS Properties Coming to Firefox

Glad to see this announcement by Mozillian Daniel Holbert: As of today (Sept 12 2019), I’ve turned on support for the CSS properties text-decoration-skip-ink, text-decoration-thickness, and text-underline-offset, on all platforms. As posted before, text-decoration-skip-ink gives you nicer underlines. The other two properties allow one to tweak the position and color of the underline. CSS Tricks […]

Scheduling Deploys with GitHub Actions

Leveraging GitHub Workflows’ Scheduled Events (read: cronjobs that run on GitHub) the folks at De Voorhoede let their static site automatically be rebuilt overnight. They do this because they have some external content, which doesn’t get committed into the repo, included on their site. Static websites don’t update by themselves. In case of code changes […]

Automatically compress images to your Pull Requests with this GitHub Action

The folks at Calibre have release a GitHub Action named “Image Actions” and I must say, it looks amazing insane: Image actions will automatically compress jpeg and png images in GitHub Pull Requests. Compression is fast, efficient and lossless Uses mozjpeg + libvips, the best image compression available Runs in GitHub Actions, so it’s visible […]

“Can I email…” – Support tables for HTML and CSS in emails

Can I email is like Can I use but specifically for email: which HTML and CSS features are supported by which mail client? They also provide a scoreboard, ranking mail clients based on their support among the 70 HTML and CSS features listed on Can I email. Can I email… Support tables for HTML and […]

Secrets in Serverless

Good post on how and where to store your secrets when working in a Serverless / Cloud Environment — something I was wondering about myself a little while ago Serverless applications and cloud functions often need to communicate with an upstream API or service. Perhaps they require a username and password to connect to a […]

How Web Content Can Affect Power Usage

The Webkit blog, on how to optimize your pages so that they don’t drain the battery of your visitors their devices: Users spend a large proportion of their online time on mobile devices, and a significant fraction of the rest is users on untethered laptop computers. For both, battery life is critical. In this post, […]