Mobile development with HTML5 (engineyard.com)
HTML5 selectors API — It’s like a Swiss Army Knife for the DOM (webdirections.org)
John Allsopp looks at the Selectors API, how you use it, it’s browser support, and some other little things you might like to keep in mind while using it. Rest assured, it’s now widely supported, so in many cases, you can safely use it, potentially with a fallback for older browsers (IE7 and older specifically) via libraries like jQuery.
When perfect code gets FUBAR … and how to avoid it! (netmagazine.com)
You hand your beautifully crafted code to a client, colleague or even CMS, and the next time you check in, it’s all ruined. Front-end alchemist Scott Lenger explains how bad code happens to good people, why it matters, and the steps you can take to prevent it.
Block level links and accessibility (456bereastreet.com)
Roger Johansson explains why linking block level elements such as headings and paragraphs can be useful, but also discusses some things to be aware of in order to avoid reducing the usability and accessibility of such links to screen reader users.
Don’t Style Headings Using HTML5 Sections (stubbornella.org)
Nicole Sullivan goes into great detail on why the HTML5 section tag is weird and why it dramatically changes the way we use headings.
Help The Community: Report Browser Bugs (smashingmagazine.com)
Lea Verou give us a good run down on why and how to report browser bugs. Happy bug hunting!
CSS3 – Tools and Mobile Implementation (interview with Dan Rubin) (uie.com)
Designers vs Coding (frankchimero.com)