The Collective #812

Feb 13, 2024


No. 812,  Monday, February 5, 2024   View in browser

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Olá, frontend friends! 👋

Isn’t it amazing how quickly the web evolves? There’s always something new and exciting on the horizon!

Take, for example, the Navigation API, a new proposal aimed at standardizing client-side routing for single-page applications. I’m incredibly excited about the possibilities it opens up, alongside View Transitions. Bramus gives us a sneak peek in his demo.

Happy Monday!

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🔍 Behind the Pixel

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Demo Corner

❓Did you know that…

…back in 1992, after their show at the CERN Hardronic Festival, a colleague of Tim Berners-Lee was asked for a few scanned photos of “The Horrible CERN Girls” to be published on a new system Tim had just invented called the “World Wide Web”? With only a vague idea of what it was, the colleague scanned some photos on their Mac and FTPed them to Tim’s now-famous “info.cern.ch”. Little did they know, they were about to pass a historical milestone. That very upload became the first-ever picture of a band to be clicked on in a web browser!

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