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Let There Be Peace on CSS
A talk on a war that is dividing the CSS community, made in the name of the “separation of concerns”, and a peace that is starting to see the light, thanks to bright minds and passionate developers

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In the news
Ember.js helps developers be more productive out of the box. Designed with developer ergonomics in mind, its friendly APIs help you get your job done—fast.

Now, you can sync your npm account with an authentication application like Google Authenticator or Authy. When you log in, you’ll be prompted for a single-use numeric code generated by the app.
Tools & libraries
This is the official style guide for Vue-specific code. If you use Vue in a project, it’s a great reference to avoid errors, bikeshedding, and anti-patterns.
Tutorials & guides
Getting to the bottom of CSS Grid with the most common questions asked when using the specification, including gotchas and things to keep in mind.

Why should you care about streams? On the modern web platform, many interesting features appear which enable new functionality which were not previously possible, for example, Web Bluetooth, Background Sync & Web VR.

While Promises make code more concise and readable, they can be a bit daunting to those who are only familiar with callbacks. Here Bobby will lay out a few basic patterns he's learned while working with Promises, as well as some gotchas.
Considering that written words are the foundation of any interface, it makes sense to give your website's typography first-class treatment.

As businesses expand into new markets and existing markets become more diverse, it is increasingly rare that enterprise applications can expect to serve speakers of only one language, with identical expectations for how they should be addressed or be presented data.

Sometimes we make links look like buttons. Sometimes we make buttons look like links. This is unfortunate. Maybe there is something we can do about this. Let’s talk through the four types of buttons/links.
For beginners
Website accessibility is a buzzword these days, but not everyone has a firm grasp on what that term means.

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