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As system fonts get nicer you might consider treating them like first-class citizens on your web site
Ire Aderinokun writes:
A few months ago, I wrote about how you can use system fonts in the browser using the built-in keywords that work with the font shorthand property (see Using System Fonts in the Browser).
Relatively recently, some websites and web applications have been adopting a new method for using system fonts in the browser. With this method, the fonts used by different systems are explicitly called themselves in the font-family property.
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Facebook fixes several problems with npm; will yarn become the new standard, will npm make changes, or will developers not care?
We’ve used the npm client successfully at Facebook for years, but as the size of our codebase and the number of engineers grew, we ran into problems with consistency, security, and performance. After trying to solve for each issue as it came up, we set out to build a new solution to help us manage our dependencies more reliably. The product of that work is called Yarn — a fast, reliable, and secure alternative npm client.
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