MAJ du 05/08/2020

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Laws of UX is a collection of the maxims and principles that designers can consider when building user interfaces. It was created by <a href=‘’>Jon Yablonski</a>.
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MAJ du 06/08/2020

Node Modules at War: Why CommonJS and ES Modules Can’t Get Along
In Node 14, there are now two kinds of scripts: there are old-style CommonJS (CJS) scripts and new-style ESM scripts (aka MJS). CJS scripts use require() and exports; ESM scripts use import and…
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Banner Blindness Revisited: Users Dodge Ads on Mobile and Desktop
Users have learned to ignore content that resembles ads, is close to ads, or appears in locations traditionally dedicated to ads.
Changes to SameSite Cookie Behavior – A Call to Action for Web Developers – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
Browsers are changing the default value of the SameSite attribute for cookies from None to Lax. This will greatly improve security for users. However, some web sites may depend (even ...
Scientists rename human genes to stop Microsoft Excel from misreading them as dates
Scientists have renamed 27 human genes to stop Microsoft Excel misreading them as dates. The changes have been underway for the past year but have been formally announced as new guidelines published by the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee. Scientist are overjoyed but annoyed Microsoft didn’t make th…

MAJ du 07/08/2020


I’m Open Sourcing the Have I Been Pwned Code Base
Let me just cut straight to it: I’m going to open source the Have I Been Pwned code base. The decision has been a while coming and it took a failed M&A process to get here, but the code will be turned over to the public for the betterment of the project and frankly, for the betterment of everyone wh…
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