Frontend News Digest 18 – 24.01

Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here’s new frontend technologies news digest.

Learn about the new browser in-development called Flow, which has a completely new multi-threaded rendering engine, Google is stopping the support for data-vocabulary, NodeJS update and other intersting posts, guides, updates and more are waiting for your attention in this digest.

Guides

  • How to Turn a Procreate Drawing into a Web Animation

Great tiny tutorial for those who use the popular iOS drawing app for creating something for your website

  • Understanding the “Initial”, “Inherit” and “Unset” CSS Keywords

Deep guide for the CSS newbies, but even skilled frontenders can find something interesting

  • How To Self-Host Your Web Fonts

Learn how to self-host web fonts so you’re not rely on Google

Articles

  • New browser on the block: Flow

An interview with Piers Wombwell, lead developer of Flow, a new browser that is being developed and it has a completely new multi-threaded rendering engine (no relation to WebKit, Gecko, or Blink)

  • Fines for European privacy breaches reach 114 million euros: report

Don’t break the law

  • Sunsetting support for data-vocabulary

Starting from April 6, the data-vocabulary markup will no longer be eligible for Google rich result features

Update

  • Playwright

Node lib to automate the Chromium, WebKit and Firefox browsers

Test runner for Node.js

  • Node v13.7.0 (Current)

Another update for superpopular tool

Video

  • dotJS 2019 – Bert Belder – Deno