Control CSS loading with custom properties

As a digital marketer, you need to know the niche from many different angles. There are countless of people from all parts of the world who are striving hard to reach the peak. Sometimes, the success in the music industry depends upon your luck. But, most of the times, it is a result of your hard work. It may require a good deal of dedication, effort, patience, and time. However, you need to learn valuable lessons that could help you improve your business. That is why when you search internships digital marketing will be much easier and effective. You can gain great experience that could make the expectations of customers satisfied. Since we live in this modern generation, we should extend our business in the cyber world, most especially in social media. We are responsible to connect everyone at the center by creating effective, yet simple strategies that could help our business to grow. That is just one of the simplest secrets used by successful music companies in the entire world!

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The future of loading CSS

Chrome is intending to change the behaviour of <link rel="stylesheet">, which will be noticeable when it appears within <body>. The impact and benefits of this aren't clear from the blink-dev post, so I wanted to go into detail here.

Online Entertainment And Security

The internet can be loads of fun and there are plenty of opportunities for you to either be a producer or consumer of said fun. However, not everything is fun and games with the internet, and the matter of security can be especially frustrating. Every single day and every single minute of that day, there are those who would do you and your business harm if they could. This is why you really want to make sure that you make use of services like reverse proxies to protect your interests.

This is not just about protecting your privacy, although that is important as well. It’s about ensuring that there will be as few holes as possible for hackers to exploit. You never want to end up being a target of one of these malicious entities one day. You can believe that.

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Service workers and base URIs

Previously when we've run into a contentious service worker design issue, we've asked web developers what they think. This has worked out pretty well in the past, with developer feedback directly informing spec changes. It's also great because we can blame y'all if you pick the wrong thing.

Well, it's that time again! Help us!

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2016 - the year of web streams

Yeah, ok, it's a touch bold to talk about something being the thing of the year as early as January, but the potential of the web streams API has gotten me all excited.

Streams can be used to do fun things like turn clouds to butts, transcode MPEG to GIF, but most importantly, they can be combined with service workers to become the fastest way to serve content.

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Tasks, microtasks, queues and schedules

When I told my colleague Matt Gaunt I was thinking of writing a piece on microtask queueing and execution within the browser's event loop, he said "I'll be honest with you Jake, I'm not going to read that". Well, I've written it anyway, so we're all going to sit here and enjoy it, ok?

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If we stand still, we go backwards

Recently, ppk claimed the web is going too fast in the wrong direction, and asked for a year's moratorium on web features. I was so angry I ran straight to a dictionary to find out what "moratorium" meant. Turns out it means "suspension".

I got a bit snarky about it on Twitter, which isn't really fair, so here's a more considered response:

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That's so fetch!

There's been some confusion around the new fetch API recently. Let's clear things up.

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The offline cookbook

ServiceWorker brief overview gives you control over caching and how requests are handled. It doesn't give you patterns, you create them yourself. Let's look at a few!

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Iterators gonna iterate

ES6 gives us a new way to iterate, and it's already supported in stable releases of Firefox, Chrome, & Opera. Here it is…

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