Around the Web - 20200821

Brett M. Nelson - Friday, August 21, 2020

And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

Error Handling Best Practices for Lightning Web Components - Salesforce Developers Blog

Salesforce.com – Aug 17, 9:00 AM – Error handling is critical to any application and should be incorporated into an app right from the design phase. The use of well-defined error handling patterns and best practices ensures that your app handles both expected and unexpected errors…

How many of you know deep down that the team is working on something that no customer wants?

Chris Coyier – Aug 20, 8:34 AM – That's a brutal setup from Gandalf Hudlow: Picture this: your team is under immense pressure to crank out a new software project. The daily stand-up is mostly about reporting that the code will be checked in by sprint end. The team's nights…

Leading-Trim: The Future of Digital Typesetting

Microsoft Design – Ethan Wang – Aug 18, 8:01 AM – In a standard text box, there's almost always extra space above and below the actual text. Because of this, when you use a text box to measure and implement spacing, it ends up larger than you intended. The bigger the line height, the bigger the…

Introducing the Architect Decision Guides

Salesforce Architects – Jun 25, 7:49 AM – The Salesforce Platform offers a wide array of tools to build and deliver apps fast. And it can be a challenge to understand how to combine these tools and fully unlock the power of the platform. To know that you're delivering apps with the best…

HTML Picture Element Responsive Images

daily-dev-tips.com – Aug 18, 8:00 PM – Today we'll be looking at the HTML Picture element. It can be used to have native responsive image support. So how it works is we wrap our normal img tag inside a picture element and add srcset images. This will then be defining on media queries…

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