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Chainlink Price Rallies by 5% Under the Bearish Market


Chainlink (LINK) price exhibits a tremendous upsurge. The fluctuating market pushes Chainlink to climb up. The market has been experiencing volatility from the beginning of the month. Amidst the fluctuation, there was a clear uptrend in the price of Chainlink. In the previous quarter, Chainlink...

Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance.US Lists Chainlink (LINK) And Ravecoin (RVN)


Binance.US, the proud sister concern of the globally reputed crypto exchange Binance has broadcasted the news of the listing of Chainlink (LINK) and Ravecoin (RVN) currencies on its platform. The crypto exchange network informed the users through the official announcement that the USD trading pairs...

Chainlink’s Price Escalated by 12.5%; Value at $2.


Chainlink is up by 12.5% over the last 24 hours The next resistance may come at 2.55 USD Chainlink has gained almost 12.5% over the last 24 hours, and the value has now comfortable surpassed 2.3 USD. The three price swings show an overall growth trend of LINK having a range between 2.10 USD...

Why Progressive Web Apps Are The Future of Mobile Web


Here’s one of the best essays I’ve ever read about why progressive web apps are important, how they work, and what impact they have on a business: PWAs are powerful, effective, fast and app-like. It’s hard to imagine a mobile web property that could not be significantly improved via...

Awards That Look Beyond the Flashy


Dan Mall is judging the Communication Arts Interactive 2020 awards. These types of things are usually a celebration of flashy, short-lived, one-off designs. Those things are awesome, but Dan has more in mind: I’d love to award work that demonstrates creative use of the highest level of color...

Mina Markham Should Make Beyoncé’s Site Accessible


I remember when this went around in January, and I'm a little shocked it didn't happen. Mina is the perfect person for the job (like, duh) and the result would be good for everyone. Let's make this happen. The least we can do is sign Amélie Lamont's petition. Direct Link to Article —...

Enhancing The Clickable Area Size


Here’s a great post by Ahmad Shadeed on making sure that clickable areas in our interfaces are, well, clickable. He writes about making sure that links, buttons and other elements meet accessibility standards for both touch and mouse, too. I particularly like the section where Ahmad writes about...

Decentralized Oracles Lend More Versatility to the Aelf Blockchain Project


Achieving interoperability between different crypto ecosystems and blockchains is not at all a simple task. And it is something which big projects have been eying on since quite some time. However, the Aelf blockchain project seems to have somewhat moved forward in the space as its recent update...

Thinking in React Hooks


Amelia Wattenberger has written this wonderful and interactive piece about React Hooks and details how they can clean up code and remove all those troubling lifecycle events: React introduced hooks one year ago, and they've been a game-changer for a lot of developers. There are tons of how-to...

Table with Expando Rows


"Expando Rows" is a concept where multiple related rows in a <table> are collapsed until you open them. You'd call that "progressive disclosure" in interaction design parlance. After all these years on CSS-Tricks, I have a little better eye for what the accessibility concerns of...

Chainlink Attempts to Rise Amongst the Moderate Volatility


The investors of Chainlink (LINK) are quite impressed with the recent surge that happened. The coin is rightly positioned amongst the top 30 coins of the crypto market. Yesterday, LINK was initially trading at the highest touch point of $1.989 at 01:26 UTC. The value from then saw a drastic drop...

Automatically compress images on Pull Requests


Sarah introduced us to GitHub Actions right after it dropped about a year ago. Now they have improved the feature and are touting its CI/CD abilities. Run tests, do deployment, do whatever stuff computers do! It's essentially a YAML file that says run this, then this, then this, etc., with...

How Web Content Can Affect Power Usage


Because we know that all people with battery-powered devices are constantly concerned about their battery levels, and that websites are significant consumers of that battery power, we should probably think about this stuff a lot more than we do. I'd expect the browser itself to be our main ally...

Chainlink might Finally Surprise its Investors with Fine Escalations


LINK recently partnered with AELF Blockchain for a decentralized oracle service provider. We are excited to welcome @aelfblockchain to the #Chainlink ecosystem. They will be using Chainlink oracles to connect to external data and events, as well as make aelf data available to other blockchain...

Two Browsers Walked Into a Scrollbar


Surprise: scrollbars are complicated, especially cross-browser and cross-platform. Sometimes they take up space and sometimes they don't. Sometimes that is affected by a setting and sometimes it isn't. Sometimes you can see them and sometimes you can't unless you're actually scrolling. Styling...

Overflow And Data Loss In CSS


"Data Loss" is a funny term. My brain thinks of like packet loss on the way from the server to your browser, resulting in missing content in files. Perhaps it is that on some level, but in CSS parlance, it has to do with the overflow property. Too much content for sized container + hidden overflow...

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