Stack Snack - Issue #2

Happy 2021! In the early part of this year we are going to start to focus in on Googles Page Experience update and how the front-end stack can get prepared for this update. As we get ready, here are some of our favorite links from the past week.

UX

Practice UX writing with actual content challenges
Get a UX writing prompt in your inbox every day for two weeks; actual content challenges from some of the largest product organizations in the world. No spam. Just practice. Free forever.

Front-end Dev

More on content-visibility
Back in August 2020, when the content-visiblity property in CSS trickled its way into Chrome browsers, Una Kravets and Vladimir Levin wrote about it and
HTML DOM - Manage HTML DOM with vanilla JavaScript
Manage HTML DOM with vanilla JavaScript
Working with the Adobe XD extension for Visual Studio Code. | Adobe XD
With the Adobe XD extension for VS Code, teams can now integrate their design libraries with development tooling to create a complete design system.

SEO

How to show Lighthouse Scores in Google Sheets with a custom function
Learn how to use machine learning to streamline your reporting workflows right within Google Sheets.
i Hate Regex - The Regex Cheat Sheet
i Hate Regex is a regex cheat sheet that also explains the commonly used expressions so that you understand it. Stop hating and start learning.

Web Performance

GoogleChromeLabs/AutoWebPerf
AutoWebPerf provides a flexible and scalable framework for running web performance audits with arbitrary audit tools including PageSpeedInsights, WebPageTest and more. - GoogleChromeLabs/AutoWebPerf

Accessibility

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