|Edition||Official name||Date published|
|ES12||ES 2021||Release Candidate Stage|
Each of these releases contain proposals that reach the fourth stage and approved by the TC39 committee - See entire process
Next time, when interviewers start bothering you about ES6, talk to them about upcoming features in ES2021 and how it is going to turn your workflow around.
react-select. Even if the library got the accessibility and usage right, browsers won’t come around to auto filling them. This tutorial focuses on styling your selects to look good so you don’t have to feel like swapping it out (it might sound easy)
align-items, you just try some, get some. Josh tries to demystify both properties and how they work. Also checkout the new Flex explorer in Chromium based devtools.
CSS has an upcoming feature named Container Queries that is currently available under a flag in Chrome Canary (very exclusive! Ik). Why are we talking about such a feature then?
We already have media queries that lets us adopt CSS queries to a range of viewport size. Container Queries allows us to adapt our CSS queries with the container it is nested in. So the screen doesn’t have to be large or small, you can immediately use container queries to adapt your component to the space it is displayed in.
The above visualisation is from an amazing explained from Ahmad Shadeed - Original Post
crazy how far has progressed since i last checked it out. remember @bruno_simon’s website? you can do this in react w/ so little code. 🤩 @StockHuman made this demo. fullscreen: sandbox:https://ebr0x.csb.app/