Writing mochitests for new features in DevTools can be difficult and time-consuming. There are so many elements interacting in an async manner that I oftentimes find myself using the debugger to debug the debugger! In the case where it’s unclear what interaction isn’t working properly, I find myself going to a neat utility function: waitForever. […]
I think it’s kinda cool to see Google dropping repos of interesting web components. It demonstrates the possibilities of cool new web features and allows them to ship them in a way that’s compatible with entirely web standards.
I wanted to give it a try, so I linked up their example two-up-min.js script in a Pen and used the element by itself to see how it works. They expose the component’s styling with custom properties, which I’d …
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But there’s another object model you might want to become more familiar with: The CSS Object Model (CSSOM). Likely you’ve already used it but didn’t necessarily …
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