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Generating styled markup from a folder of markup snippets.

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Modified version of FitText.js jQuery plugin. Now it works standalone.

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Resilient Web Design: a web book

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Create a sparkline in a canvas element.

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A webfont of the typeface used in Edward Tufte’s books.

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issue commentsimonw/datasette-publish-vercel

`datasette publish vercel` having issues with exporting JSON

Could you do me a favour and add --install datasette-debug-asgi to your datasette publish vercel command?

Done!

https://thesession.vercel.app/-/asgi-scope

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issue commentWICG/shared-element-transitions

Logical properties for directional effects

Ooh, I have to admit I hadn't thought it through to the extent. I was really only considering the logical properties at the page level.

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issue commentsimonw/datasette-publish-vercel

`datasette publish vercel` having issues with exporting JSON

By Jove, I think you've cracked it!

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issue openedWICG/shared-element-transitions

Logical properties for directional effects

Exciting API! (especially for multi-page apps AKA websites)

I was wondering if the names of these effects might be open to change (or aliasing):

reveal-left
reveal-right
reveal-up
reveal-down
cover-left
cover-right
cover-up
cover-down

CSS has logical properties, which is particularly great for internationalisation. Could the same logic apply here?

reveal-inline-start
reveal-inline-end
reveal-block-start
reveal-block-end
cover-inline-start
cover-inline-end
cover-block-start
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issue openedsimonw/datasette-publish-vercel

`datasette publish vercel` having issues with exporting JSON

Hi Simon,

I'm using datasette publish vercel (with the flags --install=datasette-cluster-map --install=datasette-vega --install=datasette-graphql) to create this:

https://thesession.vercel.app/

It was working great, but @abalter has filed an issue that the JSON view of query results is returning no results (when the HTML view is working fine):

https://github.com/adactio/TheSession-data/issues/13

Here's the example HTML view: https://thesession.vercel.app/thesession?sql=select++from+tunes+where+name+like+%22%25wise+maid%25%22%0D%0A And the corresponding JSON result: https://thesession.vercel.app/thesession.json?sql=select%20%20from%20tunes%20where%20name%20like%20%22%wise%20maid%%22

I'm not sure when this change happened. I re-publish the data every Sunday.

Is there something I can do on my end?

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issue commentadactio/TheSession-data

Vercel app JSON query returning empty record.

Hmm ...sorry about that! Sounds like it might be an issue with the datasette tool I'm using to generate that view of the data.

I've filed an issue over here: https://github.com/simonw/datasette/issues/1437

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issue openedsimonw/datasette

`datasette publish vercel` having issues with exporting JSON

Hi Simon,

I'm using datasette publish vercel (with the flags --install=datasette-cluster-map --install=datasette-vega --install=datasette-graphql) to create this:

https://thesession.vercel.app/

It was working great, but someone has filed an issue that the JSON view of query results is returning no results (when the HTML view is working fine):

https://github.com/adactio/TheSession-data/issues/13

Here's the example HTML view: https://thesession.vercel.app/thesession?sql=select++from+tunes+where+name+like+%22%25wise+maid%25%22%0D%0A And the corresponding JSON result: https://thesession.vercel.app/thesession.json?sql=select%20%20from%20tunes%20where%20name%20like%20%22%wise%20maid%%22

I'm not sure when this change happened. I re-publish the data every Sunday.

Is there something I can do on my end?

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issue commentopenui/open-ui

[Popup] Anchor syntax

@melanierichards asked:

What are your use cases for anchored positioning?

I've got the classic tooltip-on-hover use case on a music website (mousing over a tune name pops up a preview). Currently all the positioning is calculated in JavaScript and it certainly would be great if the browser handled it instead. Personally I don't need much in the way of control for this particular use case.

One thing though: I was wondering whether a new element is really necessary? After all, if the proposed attributes (popup and anchor) define the relationship, then isn't minting a new popup element redundant? After all, the existing button element works for the anchoring item.

Or is the idea that the element being popped up would have an explicit ARIA role? If that's case, could the existence of an anchor attribute on any element provide the same ARIA meaning? (Though I don't think there's any precedence for this other than with explicit aria- attributes.)

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