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Web Design Weekly #167

Daniel Mall took the time to explain how make a performance budget. Jake Archibald released a great offline-first resource. Jeremy Keith adds his thoughts about the current state of Web Components and so much more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #166

Matt Gaunt wrote a great introduction to Service Worker. Ethan Marcott’s new Responsive Web Design book was released. Drew McLellan dived into what is takes to build a website on the 24 Ways blog. Osvaldas Vaults reminds us about way to use currentColor and loads more. Enjoy!

The Challenging Period

As developers we are constantly exploring, pushing our knowledge, questioning what we are crafting and all too often confused as hell.

Web Design Weekly #165

Harry Roberts is back to his best with a great post about the best time to use @extend when authoring Sass. Alexey Migutsky blogged about his last 2 years with Angular. Paul Ford looked at the history of HTML5 and the W3C. Jonas Downey explores the idea of writing-first design and so much more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #164

Jeremy Keith wrote a great piece about John Gruber’s recent thoughts on why native apps are part of the web. Facebook released Flow – a static type checker for JavaScript. Tim Kadlec blogged about ways to approach performance testing and lots more. Enjoy!

CSS Stats

Adam Morse and Brent Jackson just pushed a nice new update out.

If you are in need of gathering some quick insights into your CSS, this is your tool.

ngInclude and SVGs = <3

Of late I have been deep in Angular land and I just thought I’d share a little discovery that I was shown by a fellow work college the other day.

Viewport units: vw, vh, vmin, vmax

The viewport units are a new set of units designed for the challenges we face today. One-pagers, full-width grids, typography, and many other things rely on the size of the viewport. Previously, we hacked these challenges using percentages as mentioned earlier, or JavaScript.

Shaking Hands with RequireJS

Before you know it your site is growing in complexity and your JavaScript files are quickly becoming extremely hard to manage, let alone make performant.

Thankfully these days we have a handful of tools to help with this situation. Let’s examine RequireJS in an attempt to decide if it’s for you… or not.

Web Design Weekly #163

The Firefox browser for developers is released. Mike Bostock explores scroll-based interactions. Fiona Chan looks at the proposed level 4 selectors that will help developers. Paul Davis blogged about the CSS at Ghost and so much more. Enjoy.

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