I am super happy to share the first issue of WDRL (Web Development Reading List) with you.
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But now let's start with the list:
- Ian Feather shares his in-depth knowledge on WebFonts and its Critical Path explaining you FOUT, async load methods and font optimization techniques.
- Speed Curve is a performance monitoring tool for your website. It lets you see how you compare with other sites and provides you very detailed and nice infographic data of your website.
- The HTML-Inspector not only is a spec validator for your code but also can check coding conventions – super interesting tool!
- GrumpIcon by Filament Group is a tool that automatically creates fallback PNG-files for your SVG files. Easy, cool.
- A browser AddOn to see how evil the Terms of Service are you are currently accepting.
- Have you known that you can automate your testing when using grunt with `grunt server`? Matt Bailey shows you how.
- How to easily add touch support (including pointer actions) in Sliders on CSS-Tricks.
- Lee Brimelow shows how to easily use the Native Equivalents of jQuery Functions.
- Frontend-Dev-Bookmarks is a list living on github containing a massive number of items for frontend development related things. Good if you are searching for new resources to improve your skills or just to read nice articles.
- Relevant Resources for Responsive Images.
- Brian Birtles introduces Web Animations which extend CSS and SVG animations.
And that is the first issue of the WDRL. If you liked it, spread the word by linking to the website: