Yet Another Newsletter LOL: Stay hydrated?

Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!

Around the Web permalink

Apple will allow other browser engines on iOS. It’s not happening right away, but still, that’s a big W

Apple iOS browser grip loosened under latest draft EU rules • The Register
Leaked Digital Markets Act language forbids limiting of Safari rivals

If you’re a fan of end to end (E2E) testing with Cypress, I discovered this week that they have a Cypress tips newsletter. It might be worth a subscribe if that’s your jam.

Cypress Tips May 2022 News - by Gleb Bahmutov
Test multiple domains, QR codes, and other Cypress news

Stay hydrated?

Hydration is Pure Overhead
Why hydration is a workaround, not the solution.

If you are looking to work with the Twitter API, Andy Piper from Twitter has a repo with some great resources

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Josh W. Comeau always drops amazing content and as usual, his latest doesn’t disappoint.

The Surprising Truth About Pixels and Accessibility: should I use pixels or rems?
“Should I use pixels or rems?”. In this comprehensive blog post, we’ll answer this question once and for all. You’ll learn about the accessibility implications, and how to determine the best unit to use in any scenario.

Fun Stuff permalink

For the TypeScript or C# fans out here

Words of Wisdom for the Week permalink

Shameless plugs permalink

Nothing to plug this week. I’ve been deep in Remix land working on a PR for Netlify getting our Edge functions template into the Remix codebase.

Check it out if you’re interested in seeing what open source life looks like!

feat: add `@remix-run/netlify-edge` package + update Netlify template by nickytonline · Pull Request #3104 · remix-run/remix · GitHub
Description This brings in the work that currently resides in the experimental-netlify-edge branch and updates the Netlify template for Remix with the more up to date Edge configuration/files found in Relates to: #3092
Docs Tests
Testing Strategy: