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Save Big on An Event Apart for a Limited Time!

(This is a sponsored post.)

If you could get one gift from your boss this holiday season, what would you want it to be? You know, other than the usual mouse pad, picture frame or, my favorite, the ol’ coffee mug and Starbucks card combo.

What if you were to receive something, hmm, more substantial? Like something that keeps giving three days instead of one. Or something that levels up your front-end chops. Or something that lets you network with your peers and gain invaluable experience by learning from the brightest minds in the biz?

Yes, all of that would be awesome — nay — epic! And, yes, you can get all of that together with one ticket to An Event Apart.

There truly is no better gift for front-enders. It’s a break from the desk into a three-day haven of learning about the most important movements in web development and design from the folks who are leading the way. Seriously, just check out the lineup for the Washington D.C. installment.

This is where we’d normally share a special coupon code that scores you a $ 100 discount and gives us credit for sending you there. You can totally do that by entering AEACP at checkout. We rely on sponsorships around here and supporting our sponsors keeps this boat moving.

But! An Event Apart are feeling extra generous this season and offering a discount of $ 200 off any two- or three-day pass to any of their 2020 events. That includes stops in D.C., Seattle, Boston, Minneapolis, Orlando and San Francisco!

OK, so what’s that code? You’re just gonna have to watch out on Twitter, Facebook or their mailing list on Friday, December 13, to get it.

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Save Big on An Event Apart for a Limited Time!

(This is a sponsored post.)

If you could get one gift from your boss this holiday season, what would you want it to be? You know, other than the usual mouse pad, picture frame or, my favorite, the ol’ coffee mug and Starbucks card combo.

What if you were to receive something, hmm, more substantial? Like something that keeps giving three days instead of one. Or something that levels up your front-end chops. Or something that lets you network with your peers and gain invaluable experience by learning from the brightest minds in the biz?

Yes, all of that would be awesome — nay — epic! And, yes, you can get all of that together with one ticket to An Event Apart.

There truly is no better gift for front-enders. It’s a break from the desk into a three-day haven of learning about the most important movements in web development and design from the folks who are leading the way. Seriously, just check out the lineup for the Washington D.C. installment.

This is where we’d normally share a special coupon code that scores you a $ 100 discount and gives us credit for sending you there. You can totally do that by entering AEACP at checkout. We rely on sponsorships around here and supporting our sponsors keeps this boat moving.

But! An Event Apart are feeling extra generous this season and offering a discount of $ 200 off any two- or three-day pass to any of their 2020 events. That includes stops in D.C., Seattle, Boston, Minneapolis, Orlando and San Francisco!

OK, so what’s that code? You’re just gonna have to watch out on Twitter, Facebook or their mailing list on Friday, December 13, to get it.

Learn More

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Weekly Platform News: WebAPK Limited to Chrome, Discernible Focus Rectangles, Modal Window API

In this week’s roundup: “Add to home screen” has different meanings in Android, Chrome and Edge add some pop to focus rectangles on form inputs, and how third-party sites may be coming to a modal near you.

Let’s get into the news.

WebAPKs are not available to Firefox on Android

On Android, both Chrome and Firefox have an “Add to home screen” option, but while Firefox merely adds a shortcut for the web app to the user’s home screen, Chrome actually installs the web app (as long as it meets the PWA install criteria) via a WebAPK.

Progressive Web Apps installed in such a way are added to the device’s app drawer, and URLs that are within the PWA’s scope (as specified in its manifest) open in the PWA instead of the default browser.

Tiger Oakes who is implementing PWA-related features at Mozilla, explains why Firefox cannot install PWAs on Android: “WebAPK is not available to us since we don’t own an app store like Google Play and Galaxy Apps.”

(via Tiger Oakes)

More accessible focus rectangles are coming to Chrome and Edge

Microsoft and Google have made accessibility improvements to various form controls. The two main changes are the larger touch targets on the time and date inputs, and the redesigned focus rectangles that are now easily discernible on any background.

The updated form controls are available in the preview version of Edge. Mac users may have to manually enable the “Web Platform Fluent Controls” flag on the about:flags page.

(via Microsoft Edge Dev)

A newly proposed API for loading third-parties in modal windows

The proposed Modal Window API would allow a website to load another website in a modal window (in a top-level browsing context) for the purposes of authentication, payments, sharing, access to third-party services, etc.

Only a single modal window would be allowed at a time, and the two websites could communicate with each other via message events (postMessage method).

This API is intended as a better alternative to existing methods, such as pop-ups, which can be confusing to users and blocked by browsers, and redirects, which cause the original context to be torn down and recreated (or completely lost in the case of an error in the third-party service).

(via Adrian Hope-Bailie)

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