455: A Day in Our Lives at Work, Envisioning Conferences Again, and the Benefits of Netlify

We’re talking about threading in Slack or Discord, the continue reading button on a website, Axe software – also a sponsor!, cost benefit of time spent on work, what a day in the life at work is like for Chris and Dave, and musing about whether conferences are going to be a thing again.

451: JavaScript and Web Components with Nolan Lawson

Nolan Lawson talks with Dave & Chris about his emoji picker element and how styling a web component works, why documentation is important, constructable stylesheets, how to build with Svelte, React or other frameworks, and the accessibility story with Web Components.

441: Nuxt, Auth, OAuth, M1 Updates, and Truths About Digital Accessibility

Follow up on Chris’ desk adventures, trying to work out Auth and OAuth with Nuxt, fixing a fixed header issue, more on Apple’s M1 processor, and a blog post reading of the Truths about Digital Accessibility.

428: This is 40, Code Health, Firefox Follow Up, Accessible Text Labels, and Minifying your Project

We’re reflecting on turning 40, code health and integration testing, Mozilla Firefox conversations, the best way to provide an accessible text label to a button, and finding an application that minifies Javascript and images files.

424: Web Components, Frameworks vs Vanilla, Accessible Numbers, and SVG Memory Usage

We riff on web components and web component libraries, when and why you should use a framework vs vanilla HTML/CSS/JS, how to make phone numbers more accessible, trying to figure out state, and some thoughts on SVG memory usage.