Vue 3 comes with a lot of interesting new features and changes to some of the existing ones that are aimed at making development with the framework a lot easier and maintainable. In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of these new features and how to get started with them. We’re also going be taking a look at some of the changes done to the existing features.
I still want more! I want to get closer to actual container queries! So, what does CSS have offer that I could tap into? I have a mathematical background, so functions like calc(), min(), max() and clamp() are things I like and understand. Next step: build a container-query-like solution with them.
I suggested conic gradients, since they are now supported in >87% of users’ browsers, but he needed to support IE11. I would not recommend using the polyfill on a production facing site. Instead, what I would recommend is graceful degradation, i.e. to use the same color stops, but in a linear gradient. We can use @supports and have quite an elaborate progress bar fallback.
Announcing “Operator Lookup”, a search engine for JS operators. Why? Because they’re ungoogleable: search engines ignore special characters. I can never remember what these things are called, or how they work!