Using the native HTML disclosure widget for a burger menu is so enticing. Unfortunately, the details/summary elements come with accessibility issues, so it's not an inclusive solution.
Progressive enhancement or a great Cumulative Layout Shift metric score? Why not both?
We just shipped the largest update to cloudfour.com since 2016! This time around, we had three main goals…
Font subsetting allows you to split a font's characters (letters, numbers, symbols, etc.) into separate files so your visitors only download what they need. There are two main subsetting strategies that have different advantages depending on the type of site you're building.
On a recent client project, we built a form that submitted to a third-party registration service. Easy-peasy, right? What followed was a comical series of incidents that served as an excellent lesson in defensive API handling.
By wrapping and enhancing HTML elements, we can provide a solid baseline experience, with progressive enhancement as the cherry on top.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve added accessibility tree snapshots to Pleasantest. These snapshots incorporate important accessibility details into your tests, helping you to understand, track, and maintain the accessibility of your interfaces. We believe Pleasantest is the first testing tool to provide this incredibly useful feature.
Turning simple shapes into complex illustrations using some SVG magic.
Pleasantest is a library that integrates with Jest to help you write UI tests that interact with real browsers. It uses Puppeteer to launch and control browsers, Testing Library to find elements on the page, and jest-dom to make assertions against the DOM.