A great post by Jordan Lewis about some solutions they have developed to progressively convert the Marketplaces to be responsive in the near future.(envato.com)
Stock images are expensive and that’s why we have a special deal: download up to 100 images of any size for just $99, any time over 1 year with no daily limit. Get 200 images for $160. See the deal. (mightydeals.com)
Animation on the web has hit some pretty sad lows, there’s no arguing that. But adding motion to our work can be meaningful and functional, when we find the right circumstances. (alistapart.com)
How many for loops did you write today? This week? In this post, Joel Hooks tries to convince you to get on the underscore.js train. (joelhooks.com)
localForage is a handy library that improves the offline experience of your web app by using asynchronous storage via IndexedDB or WebSQL where available but with a simple, localStorage-like API. (hacks.mozilla.org)
Eric Mann has put a proposal together for an editor that works offline and would synchronise to WordPress once an internet connection is established. (wptavern.com)
Tools / Resources
Experimental table structure and behavior patterns based on progressive enhancement and responsive web design. (gergeo.se)
This post by Steve Souders explains how to measure localStorage performance as research into the maximum size of localStorage across various browsers. (stevesouders.com)
A great simple guide to the basics of responsive design. (adamkaplan.me)
A great episode in which Chris and Dave talk to John Resig. John is the creator of jQuery, the author of many development books and a passionate Japanese art collector. (shoptalkshow.com)
We’re looking for an experienced UX Designer to help guide the future of our market-leading digital product suite. (99designs.com)
Last But Not Least…
While the opinion of “You Might Not Need jQuery” is great, developers should be aware that ditching libraries, like jQuery, can easily require large amounts of research to avoid bugs even in modern browsers. (docs.google.com)
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