These are not hard-and-fast truths that you have to abide by till the end of times. Instead, these are just some helpful guidelines to help you learn React fundamentals faster — so you can move on to the other things.
For a beginner, accessibility can be daunting. With all of the best intentions in the world, the learning curve to developing compliant, fully accessible websites and apps is huge. It's also hard to find the right advice, because it's an ever-changing and increasingly crowded landscape.
Tom Warren's "Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6" for The Verge has a title that, to us front-end web developers, suggests that Chrome is turning into a browser far behind in technology and replete with tricky bugs. Aside from the occasional offhand generic, "Chrome is getting so bad lately," comments you hear, we know that's not true. Chrome often leads the pack for good web tech.
The issue that Chrome is starting to suffer from is that it is becoming toogood. Google just has so many people invested in the entire process of web development stack that the other browsers are having a hard time catching up when it comes to releasing new features. However, this was not the issue that Internet Explorer faced.
With Flexbox and Grid, plus the related specifications of Box Alignment and Writing Modes, we have new layout models for the web, which have been designed to enable the types of layouts we need to create.