An update from last week's npm fiasco: "When packages are able to be unpublished and then reclaimed by anyone, a very dangerous environment emerges as we witnessed earlier in the week. I applaud the npm team for quickly reacting and am glad to see that they are in the process of changing their system so this same situation cannot repeat itself."
One day ClientFlow will stop using px for font-size and I'll convert, once and for all, to rem and em. I know some people don't like mixing, but I think it's silly to use em without using the "root" (rem) as well.
I'm usually all about CSS being the main source of styles because of its weight. However, I've run into the issue in ClientFlow recently where we want to give colors to people, but avoiding visual collisions is important. This could be the job of a JS library like this.
Houdini's a task for that plans to "give developers the power to extend CSS itself, and the tools to hook into the styling and layout process of a browser’s rendering engine". Woah, sounds like a super hero team..