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Strawberry is a tiny frontend framework that gives you reactivity and composability. It does this with zero-dependencies, without a build step, and it fits in less than 3KB when gzipped.
Google Chrome has introduced a new Popover API that allows developers to create popovers in their extensions. This API is part of the new Chrome Extension Manifest V3.
Passionfroot is a platform that connects creators with brands for partnerships. They offer a Partner Network where creators can find brand deals that align with their content and audience.
Microsoft is reportedly developing a new AI assistant called Copilot for Windows. The assistant is designed to help users with tasks and provide suggestions based on their habits.
Meta (formerly Facebook) has sold Giphy to Shutterstock in a deal reportedly worth less than the $400 million Meta paid for it in 2020. The sale comes after UK regulators ordered Meta to sell Giphy over competition concerns.
Realtime Colors is a tool that allows you to create and customize color palettes in real-time. You can adjust the colors using the provided parameters and see the changes instantly.
Google Chrome has updated its customization options to leverage a side panel. This design allows users to easily see how changes will appear on their New Tab page. The side panel also remembers customization edits as you go.
Google has launched the Mobile Vulnerability Rewards Program (Mobile VRP), a new bug bounty program that pays security researchers for finding flaws in Google's Android applications. The program aims to speed up the process of finding and fixing weaknesses in Google's first-party Android apps.
Noir is a Safari extension that automatically adds a dark mode to every website you visit. It generates a custom dark style for each website, preserving contrast and highlights. The app is available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
LinkedIn rolling out verification and anti-scam features
LinkedIn has begun implementing new verification features to increase job-seekers' confidence in the authenticity of companies and jobs. The platform has also introduced warnings for messages that may appear to be scams
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