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5 Articles every WebDev should read this week (#01)

A curated list of the top five web development must-reads from last week. Don't miss out on the latest web development stories and insights. Read all about the cutting edge in web development, working in tech and the new tools and frameworks while learning a few new tricks.

Full accessibility tree in Chrome DevTools

Chrome DevTools is launching a full accessibility tree making it easier for developers to get an overview of the whole tree. In this post find out how this tree is created and how to use it in your work.

Add a Service Worker to Your Site

One of the best things you can do for your website in 2022 is add a service worker, if you don’t have one in place already. Service workers give your website super powers. Today, I want to show you some of the amazing things that they can do, and give you a paint-by-numbers boilerplate that you can use to start using them on your site right away.

Responsive CSS border radius with the Fab Four technique

You are probably already familiar with media-queries, which apply styling based on the browser viewport or the screen resolution, but sometimes we might need container-queries, which are still only available under feature flags for some browsers.
Today we will implement the Fab Four technique to apply a border-radius to an element depending on its container dimension, rather than the screen width.

How To Price Projects And Manage Scope Creep

Scoping, estimating, and running digital projects can often feel like an exercise in futility. In this article, Paul Boag explains why you need to start breaking your projects down into manageable phases and why that’s the best way to achieve significant benefits.

That’s Not My Burnout

If, like many folks during the pandemic, you’ve begun confusing burnout for achievement, Donna Bungard will show you how to recognize that you’re low on fuel and give you a map of rest stops where you can refill your tank.

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