Matt Shull shares some insights into how to make your websites more than design friendly when it comes to mobile optimisations. Anthony Short gives an overview of Segment’s new API for UI developers – Deku. The New York Times explain how the have gone about addressing the evolving habits of the digital news-reading experience. Luke Wroblewski reminds us that most of the arguments are bogus when people refer to the concept of “above the fold” and more. Enjoy.
Viljami Salminen wrote a great article that expresses concern about how we are breaking the web with all these new tools and frameworks. Mark Boulton shares his knowledge about creating a good portfolio. Smashing Magazine published an article about using the Sass @extend directive without creating a mess and so much more. Enjoy.
Peter Gasston looks at the current landscape of the web and discusses why the Service Worker API is the most important feature right now. Harry Roberts explores how the Cyclomatic Complexity principle relates to CSS. Jonathan Snook looks at a couple of ways to align icons with text and lots more. Enjoy!
Scott Jehl explains a few optimisation tweaks that can help improve perceived performance. Mark Otto covers ten guidelines on how to write better CSS. Jim Vallandingham goes into details about using D3 without SVG. Jesse Hausler covers 7 things every designer needs to know about accessibility and more. Enjoy.
Raymond Camden looks into what happens when you exceed the quote limit in a browser’s LocalStorage. Alina Henderson from Zurb wrote a great piece about why you should resist the redesign. Matt Gaunt dives into the new Document.execCommand() combined with the selection API. NPM opened up the ability to have private modules. Angular 1.4 was released and lots more. Enjoy.
The team at A List Apart compiled a large list of thoughts about John Allsopp’s A Dao of Web Design. TJ VanToll wrote an epic post about the rapid rise of TypeScript. James Long wrapped up his Backend Apps with Webpack series. Sam Dutton looks into HTML performance and so much more. Enjoy.
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.
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!
Tim Kadlec expresses some very valid concerns about the current situation with most client-side MVC frameworks. Dan Na explains how the Etsy team converted their massive CSS codebase to SCSS. Alex Sexton blogged about the 15 commandments relating to front-end performance. Donovan Hutchinson released a new site dedicated to CSS animation and so much more. Enjoy!
Chris Wright once again produced and outstanding post exploring Flexbox. Karolina Szczur shares why it is a good idea to introduce a front-end style guide into your workflow. The talented team at Codrops released an amazing CSS reference. An updated version of the HTML5 Boilerplate was released and so much more. Enjoy!
The YouTube teams blogs about the technologies that have enabled them to use the HTML video tag by default. Brooke Kao looks at reasons for deciding to design in the browser. Jake Archibald released a handy online SVG optimiser tool. Grunt icon 2.0 was released and lots more. Enjoy!
Felicity Evans covers some of the current difficulties with Sass and how to best approach them. Justin Sainton explains a real world use case on why using `git bisect` is awesome. Andrew Ray looks into Flux. Stephen Meszaros explores the pros and cons of today’s most popular prototyping tools and applications. Pippins Williams wrote about becoming a better developer and so much more. Enjoy!
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.