At Google Cloud Next ’20, Cloud Run Product Manager Steren Giannini (@steren) walked us through some of the new things that are coming to Google Cloud Run. Some highlights: VPC Peering Gradual Rollouts (with custom URLs per tagged release) New Load-Balancing Features (Multi Region, Cloud CDN, IAP) Easy Continuous Deployment Min instances (no cold starts) […]
Back in June I was invited to speak at JSConf.be. This year’s edition focused on DevSecOps and Security. My talk “Going Serverless with Google Cloud Run” — which I have brought forward before at Full Stack Ghent and PHP-WVL — was a perfect match for it. Cloud Run is a fully managed compute platform by […]
Being a fan of Christoper Nolan’s work, I liked this look back at Inception — an amazing movie with a wonderful soundtrack — which recently turned 10.
If you’re looking for a quick rundown of the aforementioned AlpineJS, here’s a talk by AlpineJS’s author Caleb Porzio which he presented at JSNation:
Hidde recently gave a talk at CSS Café on the origins of CSS: It’s been 25 years since the first people proposed a language to style the web. Since the late nineties, CSS lived through years of platform evolution. The cascade, specificity and the enormous choice in values and units set the language up for […]
Great talk by Stéphanie Walter (starting at 39:00): With practical examples, I show why certain animations work better than others and how to find the best timing and duration to build UI animations that “feel right”. I explain how our brain works, why and how animations contribute to improving user experience. And what you need […]
While working with CCTV cameras in a project, I was reminded of this short film from 2007:
😲 Stunning editing work!
Already making rounds on Twitter last week, but now the video’s been released too: In this dynamic talk, Una goes over the power of modern CSS layout techniques by highlighting a few key terms and how much detail can be described in a single line of code. Learn a few layout tricks you can implement […]
Chrome 84 has been released, which contains some nice additions. Pete LePage walks us through: Chrome 84 is rolling out now! Users can start common tasks within your app with App Icon Shortcuts. The Web Animations API adds support for a slew of previously unsupported features. Wake Lock, and the Content Indexing API graduate from […]