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My Top 5 Tweets related to Frontend Development

Jyotishman Saikia
Technical Lead at Dotpe | Follow on twitter for more educational frontend tips @frontend_jsx
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1/5 - Disable pull to refresh using CSS

2/5 - Hide HTML element natively

3/5 - CSS inset shorthand property for top/right/bottom/left

4/5 - Detect internet speed using Javascript

5/5 - Prevent user from pasting into input fields

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lionel-rowe • Edited

Amazed that I hadn't heard about inset before, nice tip!

I would strongly advise against disabling paste on input fields, including password ones. It just degrades user experience needlessly, especially for users of password managers (sometimes copy paste is still required if the auto-fill functionality fails or isn't available). Let users paste if they want to, and don't assume every user's interoperability or accessibility needs are the same.

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Jyotishman Saikia Author

totally agree lionel !.

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vaishnav

Good stuff! I'll definitely try them out.

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Jyotishman Saikia Author

Thanks vaishnav ! Glad you liked my content.