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Frontend in 2017: The important parts. Keeping track of developments in the frontend and JavaScript community is pretty much a full time job here days, so I found this summary of trends and developments over 2017 very useful for trying to catch up. # 29th December 2017, 8:30 am

Datasette: Ability to customize presentation of specific columns in HTML view. Still a work in progress, but Datasette master now allows you to inject links to one or more additional CSS and JavaScript resources (optionally with SRI hashes) which will be included on every page. Each template also now provides CSS classes on the body element derived from the current database and table names to provide hooks for custom styling. Next up: custom template support. # 30th November 2017, 7:27 am

CSS element() function (via) Vincent De Oliveira explores the CSS element function (2 years ago), which sadly is still only supported by Firefox. It lets you render any HTML element as a CSS background image, enabling folding effects, animated backgrounds, live previews and more. # 13th November 2017, 2:34 pm

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