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Sun 13 Sep 2020

How to tell browsers that your site supports color-schemes

Over the past few years, a new user preference made it into the group of things "that change how a website looks" – yes, I'm talking about color themes. "How to implement dark mode on a website?" was one of the most important topics in 2019.

Source: How to tell browsers that your site supports color-schemes, an article by Stefan Judis.

Using the brightness() CSS Filter to generically highlight Content

So it seems I have to pay better attention to CSS standards as I just realized that you can quite easily use CSS Filters to apply useful effects for generic control behaviors. Sure, I remember filter merely from the old, evil IE6 days to handle things like shadows and opacity, but it looks like the filter properties have migrated into the CSS mainstream with two now widely used and accepted filter operations that have quite a few useful filters available.

Source: Using the brightness() CSS Filter to generically highlight Contentw, an article by Rick Strahl.

Hoisting in JavaScript

In this post, we are going to discuss hoisting. We’ll be discussing what it is and why it’s important for you to know as a Javascript developer or programmer.

Source: Hoisting in JavaScript, an article by Ashutosh K Singh.