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Issue 236 — April 20, 2016
CJ Cenizal
Some interactive examples showing practical ways to use Flexbox to build UI components for your own site, along with code you can use.

Krasimir Tsonev
Facebook introduced JSX, in which HTML markup is mixed in with JavaScript. What about if we did the same with CSS? Here's a thorough look at one option.

Bram Stein
Use these font load­ing pat­terns and Web font loading will become a lot simpler. Com­bine the pat­terns to cre­ate cus­tom load­ing be­hav­iour for all browsers.

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Andy Sterland
A look at some of the new features in Edge’s ‘F12’ developer tools and how they can make your life as a developer easier with a practical look at fixing real world issues with them.

Maximiliano Firtman
“Can we replace Application Cache with Service Workers? Yes we can. In the same way we can replace your old CRT TV with a Microsoft Hololens.”

Denis Lukov
Billed as ‘an experiment in sharing background across multiple elements using CSS’, the creator takes a fun approach to explaining how it works.

Argus Eyes
It takes screenshots of components on Web pages under different situations (branches, pages, etc.) and visually diffs them.

Channel 9
Reflections on the progress of MSFT's “first new browser in 20 years”: Edge.


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