Keith Clark explores a technique to get content in front of visitors as quickly as possible by asynchronously downloading stylesheets. Nick Slalom dives into the new CSS `will-change` property. Robert Haritonov looks at living style guides. The VaultPress team posted about the ways to secure your WordPress plugins and more. Enjoy.
Chris Coyier wrote a great reference piece on strategies for staying on top of performance. Bryan James released an amazing collection of amazing CSS polygons. Mike Riethmuller explores an interesting way to have precise control over responsive typography. Jonathan Neal released a new reset.css and so much more. Enjoy.
Dennis Gaebel previously discussed preparing for ES6, but in this post he take things one step further and examines an actual project using the tools he discussed in that article. He explains the steps required in order to setup a barebones ES6 project with the help of our faithful tooling companion Gulp.
Luke Wroblewski explore some thoughts about the upcoming Apple watch and what effect that will have on us as web developers. Chrome 42 is pushing the browser landscape forward as always. Ben Smithett blogged about smarter CSS builds with Webpack. Harry Roberts wrote about utilising namespaces in CSS to help explain exactly how classes behave in a more global sense and more. Enjoy.
James Long gives his own version of the state of the mobile web. Jason Grigsby explains the unique challenges we face when developing responsive hero images. Donovan Hutchinson wrote a great tutorial on how to create an animating clock. Lea Verou released a nice little autocomplete resource and more. Enjoy!
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ECMAScript 6 is the upcoming version of the ECMAScript standard and expects ratification some time around June 2015.