whoa, i've been learning regular expressions* all wrong: http://benlynn.blogspot.com/2018/06/regex-derivatives.html
* the formal language / computability theory concept, not the thing in actual programming libraries and such
wow the original author set up the repo for developing really well, i only had to tweak a little bit of config before i can just add text to the app and use the deploy command, and everything Just Works™: https://betaveros.github.io/themostdangerouswritingapp
maybe this is useful to some people but uh, i'll probably pass...
fortunately the source is still on github https://github.com/maebert/themostdangerouswritingapp and it looks like you can serve from the gh-pages branch quite well
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Alt-texts: The Ultimate Guide
Published 15 October 2017, by Daniel Göransson
This post contains everything you need to know about alt-texts! When to use them and how to perfectly craft them. By me, Daniel, a web developer with vision impairment who use a screen reader in my day-to-day life.
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a dating app simulation game where you're a monster trying to date other monsters: https://monstermatch.hiddenswitch.com/
it's supposed to use contrived characters to teach you about how dating apps work and how they have hidden biases, but
this looks pretty and the content seems good but i'm somehow dubious that the colors and the way everything animates onto the screen reflect its own principles...
Oh hey, I should post this here too! I made a CSS-only async chat by using background-image requests to send data and long-running http requests to return it.
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