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Web Dev Newsletter - 14 Jun 2022

Web Developer Newsletter - MathML to/from Plain Text Converter

Welcome to this week's Web Development newsletter from CodeProject.

Industry News

Here’s a theory: browsers, by sheer force of adoption, become the standard bearer for every domain of software they touch, even usurping incumbent standard bearers.
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Drifting in Space
Uno Platform’s plugin and toolkit offer a large library of ready-to-use components that allows developers and designers to take advantage of a set of higher-level UI Controls designed specifically for multi-platform, responsive applications.
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Uno Platform
Websites have many reasons to notify their users of time-sensitive or high-priority events, even if the user does not currently have the site open. This feature is called Web Push, and is enabled by the W3C standards for Push API, Notifications API, and Service Workers, all working together. WebKit now supports the relevant parts of those standards to enable Web Push.
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Defining a color palette and theme can be a lot of work, especially when considering contextual colors for elements’ various states. While CSS color-mix() only blends two colors together, this little function may be the key to maximizing your colors without maximum effort.
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Smashing Magazine
In this post, you will learn the basics of testing ASP.NET Core Minimal APIs. You’ll get started with testing a “hello world” endpoint, and then test a more complex API that returns JSON data.
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Maarten Balliauw {blog}
The mobile-first design methodology is great—it focuses on what really matters to the user, it’s well-practiced, and it’s been a common design pattern for years. So developing your CSS mobile-first should also be great, too…right?
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A List Apart
While I was busy aging like a soft cheese, someone killed-off RSS. It used to be everywhere, now it’s gone; hidden or dead. How do you kids stay up to date with the websites you like? Do you know what RSS does? How are websites supposed to advertise update-subscriptions?
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Oli Warner

New articles added


  (6 votes) by Mark Pelf (updated 12 hours ago)
We are giving an overview of 7 free Regex tools to test and develop Regex expressions
  (0 votes) by Quinten Lamprecht (updated 5 days ago)
In this article we demonstrate how to deploy containers into our Arc Kubernetes cluster via a GitHub Actions pipeline.

Hosted Services

  (2 votes) by Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira (updated 4 days ago)
An introduction to IaC
  (1 votes) by Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira (updated 15 hours ago)
How to automatically provision resources
  (0 votes) by Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira (updated 3 days ago)
How to use the Bicep language and Terraform HCL syntax to create templates

Programming Languages

  (1 votes) by Andrea Simonassi (updated 2 days ago)
Showing algorithms and code used on this article series

Tips and Tricks updated

Web Development

  (16 votes) by Xavier Junqué i de Fortuny (updated 21 hours ago)
Converts MathML coded string to/from plain text string

New Technical Blogs added

Programming Languages

  (1 votes) by Pete O'Hanlon (updated 4 days ago)
In the previous article, I started describing how I had built a more complex TypeScript web application that retrieves data from a separate API and displays the data in a relatively visually pleasing manner.

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