Top picks — 2019 March
CSS math functions
Are you waiting for the next big thing in CSS? There you go.
The CSS Working Group agreed this morning on adding many math functions. We now have:— Benjamin De Cock (@bdc) February 28, 2019
The face of CSS is rapidly changing.
KV Storage, the Web’s First Built-in Module
Web platform offers few ways of storing data. The most popular is slow and synchronous
Sketch raises \$20m in Series A funding from Benchmark
A big announcement and official confirmation — team collaboration and Sketch in the browser are coming in 2019. I cannot wait for it.
Designing An Aspect Ratio Unit For CSS
Do you remember a CSS padding hack to implement responsive
embed? The CSS Working Group is working on much more elegant solution for this issue —
aspect-ratio property. Rachel Andrew does a fantastic job by presenting a problem and suggesting a solution. This is part of very early drafts of CSS Sizing Specification Level 4 — please, don’t event try using it yet. It has not been implemented to any browser yet.
I am super excited about the concept that Google presented at GDC 2019. Streaming service, with no box required, cross platform and cross device. I am looking forward to an official public announcement.
New Amazon S3 Storage Class – Glacier Deep Archive
Amazon Web Services announced new storage class — Glacier Deep Archive. Even more cost effective cold storage service that costs up to 75% less than the previously the cheapest Glacier. It is just an amazing news for all that use this service as a data backup like I do — “My Amazon S3 photo backup solution”.comments powered by Disqus