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Using the new Async Clipboard API

Shipping with Chrome 66 is an implementation of the new Async Clipboard API . Its asynchronous nature makes it the preferred way – over document.execCommand – to perform copy-paste operations in the browser. // Write Text to the Clipboard (e.g. copy) navigator.clipboard.writeText('Text to be copied') .then(() …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Sunday March 25, 2018


The Making of ”Welcome Home” by Spike Jonze

I really enjoyed Apple’s “Welcome Home” ad for the HomePod, directed by Spike Jonze: Over at AdWeek there’s a behind the scenes video available showing how they made it: jwplayer('jwplayer_3eSfZjs9_R2CNEBk3_div').setup({"playlist":"https:\/\/content.jwplatform.com\/feeds\/3eSfZjs9.json","ph":2}); In …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Thursday March 22, 2018


The Broccoli Tree: A Parable

Patrik Svedberg had been taking photos of a particular and unique tree which he named “The Broccoli Tree”. He posted the photos on an Instagram account dedicated to the tree. And then one day, he noticed something was wrong with the tree. This video by Seth Radley tells the story. To share something is to risk …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Thursday March 22, 2018


Convert SVG to JSX with SVGR

Ooh, this one’s handy. Paste in (no drag and drop unfortunately) the contents of an SVG file and out comes the JSX code for immediate use within your React project. SVGR also simplifies your SVG using SVGO (which is also the driving force behind SVGOMG ) SVGR : The SVG to JSX transformer →

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Thursday March 22, 2018


Subsetting web fonts with glyphhanger

glyphhanger is a great tool to work with web fonts, developed by the folks at Filament Group. It serves two goals: It shows what unicode-ranges are used on a web page: # local and remote URLs $ glyphhanger ./test.html $ glyphhanger https://example.com # output characters instead of Unicode code points $ …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Thursday March 22, 2018


A New View of the Moon

Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh took a telescope around the streets of LA and invited people to look at the Moon through it. Watching people’s reactions to seeing such a closeup view of the Moon with their own eyes, perhaps for the first time, is really amazing. (via Kottke )

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Tuesday March 20, 2018


Enabling experimental Developer Tools Experiments

Using chrome://flags/ it’s possible to enable “Developer Tools Experiments”. On the most recent Fronteers Conference , Umar Hansa showed that there are even more DevTools Experiments that one can enable: Enable “Developer Tools Experiments” via chrome://flags/ if you haven’t already In the DevTools, go …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Monday March 19, 2018


Artsy Engineering Blog: React Native, 2 years later

Two years ago the folks at Artsy started working with React Native: We’ve come quite far from where we started, and I was asked if I could give a talk to summerize what we’ve learned in the last 2 years as a set of native developers using React Native. Orta Therox from their team gave this talk, looking back at …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Monday March 19, 2018


Young Fathers – In My View

From their third album “Cocoa Sugar”, an album that already made it into my “2018 – Best Of” playlist — It’s that good! Listen to it here . Be sure to also check out their other two albums if you’re new to Young Fathers. Their first album “Dead” amazed me back in 2014 .

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Wednesday March 14, 2018