There are some changes being made regarding viewport units. The additions — which are part of the CSS Values and Units Level 4 specification — define several viewport sizes: the Large, Small, and Dynamic Viewport. Thanks to these additions we will finally be able to solve that “100vh in Safari on iOS” issue.
As the web gets more and more capable, developers are able to make richer online experiences. There are times, however, where some new web capabilities may not work as you would expect in the interest of usability, security and privacy.
Web app accessibility appears difficult because it seems that there is little information on the subject available online. But I found that the situation is better than it seems. What follows are three insights about the accessible use of framework features, concrete Vue.js traits you can use for the inclusive cause, as well as community initiatives and vetted patterns (and where to find them).
This article is aimed at beginners who’ve never had the chance to see ‘why React’. It takes a very contrived example to make a point about how React’s declarative state model could help keep state sanity when code scales.