SuperGeekery: A blog probably of interest only to nerds by John F Morton.

A blog prob­a­bly of inter­est only to nerds by John F Mor­ton.

Link List

Wel­come to my link library. These are not links to con­tent I have cre­at­ed unless you see that men­tioned in the link’s descrip­tion. These are links I found inter­est­ing enough to want to keep track of. If you read Craft Link List, the Craft CMS newslet­ter I used to write, this page is a replace­ment of sorts for that exer­cise. Enough talk. Let’s hit the links.

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Popover API - Web APIs | MDN

The Popover API pro­vides devel­op­ers with a stan­dard, con­sis­tent, flex­i­ble mech­a­nism for dis­play­ing popover con­tent on top of oth­er page con­tent. Popover con­tent can be con­trolled either declar­a­tive­ly using HTML attrib­ut­es, or via JavaScript.


Reporting Core Web Vitals With The Performance API

The Per­for­mance API is a set of stan­dards for mea­sur­ing and eval­u­at­ing per­for­mance met­rics with JavaScript. This arti­cle demon­strates how to use the Per­for­mance API to gen­er­ate per­for­mance met­rics direct­ly in the DOM to cre­ate your own report­ing.



Vel­vette is a library that allows you to spec­i­fy in a declar­a­tive way how your tran­si­tions should behave, in iso­la­tion or as a response to a nav­i­ga­tion, and then apply the dec­la­ra­tion to a par­tic­u­lar View­Tran­si­tion, Nav­i­ga­teEvent, or use it to han­dle cross-doc­u­ment (“MPA”) nav­i­ga­tions.



Beau­ti­ful­ly designed com­po­nents that you can copy and paste into your apps. Acces­si­ble. Cus­tomiz­able. Open Source.


CSS is fun again

CSS is under­go­ing a qui­et renais­sance,” incor­po­rat­ing many sig­nif­i­cant fea­tures that pre­vi­ous­ly required exter­nal tools into the native parts of the lan­guage.