#WebDev folks, is there a reason there is still not a standardized way to outline text with CSS? A decade ago, we had non-standard options like `-webkit-text-stroke` and the “spread” value for `text-shadow` (bringing it in line with `box-shadow`), and then...nothing happened? This seems so much more minor than a lot of the things on the #Interop2023/potential #Interop2024 list, but I kind of hope it makes the cut next year 😅
@property is supported in Chromium – ever since version 78 (2019!) – and Safari 16.4 beta.
It’s part of #Interop2023, so you can expect this to land later this year in Firefox as well.
Confirmed to ship in Firefox 113 (to hit stable on 2023-05-09) as well! 🎉🥳
After many years of waiting, this will soon be cross-browser. Long live #interop2023!
@hi_mayank It (soon) is possible with the nth-child selector. E.g. `:nth-child(1 of my-box)` will get you the first `my-box` from that set of siblings.
See https://developer.chrome.com/articles/css-nth-child-of-s/ for details.
The “of S” syntax is available in Safari 9 and soon Chrome 111. Later this year in Firefox as well, as it’s part of #Interop2023.
Maureen Holland writes about how CSS #Interop2023 is improving our lives as web developers: https://blog.silverorange.com/css-interop-is-awesome
#Interop2023 is exciting, but I feel like there still needs to be some acknowledgement that Safari testing still currently requires buying at least an iPhone and a Mac AFAIK 😕
#Apple, #Google, #Mozilla und Co.: Browser-Entwickler einigen sich auf #Interop2023
#interop2023 dashboard for #pointerEvents https://wpt.fyi/results/pointerevents?label=experimental&label=master&product=chrome&product=firefox&product=safari&aligned&view=interop&q=label%3Ainterop-2023-events ... quite a bit of work left to do, it seems...
I’m so curious what web designers and developers think about Interop 2023!
What do you think of the new dashboard?
What do you think of the technology that was selected?
What do you think of how Interop 2022 worked out?