There is now a specification for native CSS masonry layout, as part of the Grid Layout spec. In this article, Rachel Andrew explains how it works with the help of a couple of demos you can try out in Firefox Nightly.
localStorage can be an incredibly useful tool in creating experiences for applications, extensions, documentation, and a variety of use cases. I’ve personally used it in each! In cases where you’re storing something small for the user that doesn’t need to be kept permanently, localStorage is our friend. Let’s pair localStorage with Vue, which I personally find to be a great, and easy-to-read developer experience.
One of the healthiest and most important things we can do is continuously challenge ourselves to question why a “best practice” is labeled as such. When we understand why and how it works, we put ourselves in a much better position to know how to properly apply it in our own situations, and when it makes sense to do so.
So I decided to add an audio-only mode. And if I was gonna do that, I had to show something cool in place of the video. So I figured I would try to add audio visualizations when one or both of the users didn’t have video on. Using the relatively recent Web Audio API seemed like the right way to go.