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Aaron Layton
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Manager of Design and Front-End development. I love HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, WebApps, Actionscript and all things Geek!
Manager of Design and Front-End development. I love HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, WebApps, Actionscript and all things Geek!

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Lea’s talk will show how CSS Variables are much more powerful than static preprocessor variables and can be used today without compromising progressive enhancement. You will also learn several creative tips and tricks to take full advantage of them. As is customary with Lea’s CSS talks, expect a swath of live demos to demonstrate the material.

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Mike Goelzer says simple, robust, integrated container orchestration is key to successful container management, at LinuxCon NA:

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Material Components are now public! Developed by a core team of Google engineers and UX designers, Material Components help developers implement the Material Design guidelines across Android, iOS, and the web. Preview, contribute, and collaborate: material.io/components.

Also, check out the updated #MaterialDesign guidelines including new sections on best practices for platform adaptation, app shortcut icons, help and feedback for your users, plus updates to the bi-directionality and accessibility sections: goo.gl/UNkVFT
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Regular Expressions Demystified with Practical Examples

Regular Expressions are hard. Really hard. If you don't know how to use them, that is. But once someone explains them and you start to understand the symbols, it's like learning a new language - you can suddenly read and write them and you have new superpower. Check out these real world examples by +Nicola Pietroluongo  and master regex today!

Wow

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Analysis by +Paul Irish of Reddit Mobile's rendering performance
https://github.com/reddit/reddit-mobile/issues/247

The TL;dr is: The "The DOM is slow, virtual DOM is fast" meme is somewhere between misleading and wrong. Doing any kind of extensive work in JavaScript during page load will kill you and JS size is still important.

h/t +Luke Wroblewski 

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