first, a very warm welcome to all new subscribers and followers here. Happy to have you on board! I am still totally stoked that the number of subscribers doubled in the past week! :)
But that’s not all: I am nominated for the netawards 2014 as young developer of the year and it would be super-awesome if you give me your vote.
Also, one of my side-projects OpenDeviceLab.com is also nominated! Thanks to all who nominated me, my project and to all who vote for me!
- Chrome DevTools get an option to dock them to left soon.
- Jekyll 2.0 will support Sass/scss conversion out-of-the-box.
- ImageOptim App now had an option to "Copy Data as URI" (base64 encoded).
- Firefox Nightly now has support for unprefixed
box-sizingand will be in Firefox 29.
- GitHub now has a conversation UI.
- INIT v1.1 is out.
General useful things
- Did you know you could move your cursor to the wanted position in OS X Terminal by holding the option key and clicking on the position? A little but good time-saver.
- Adtile shows a concept for mobile motion advertising.
- GitHub provides Guides now.
- AccessLint is an online accessibility testing tool.
- Stylify me is an online tool to create a simple, basic styleguide of any URL on-the-fly.
- SiteEffect.io enables you to easily detect and understand layout, style and content changes caused by your latest implemented features or general code updates.
- Better SVG for a better web.
- Designing for above and beyond the fold. An interesting article with statistics and insights about the magic fold on websites and how to deal with it.
- A list of Client-Side Error reporting servies available. (Unfortunately, only on Google+)
- CSS Normalize 3.0 is out: Tests, fixes, and more normalization.
- Don't leave quick browser bugfixes in your code-base, and the iOS
- How to programmatically go from one color to another in Sass. This explains the color functions of Sass pretty good.
- Ana Tudor shared a crazy pure CSS pentagonal torus. Animated!
- Because forcing an active layer in CSS by
translateZ(1px)is hacky, Mozilla and Blink now will implement a standardized property for CSS named
- The estimated compatibility and progress of libsass.
- As regluar conference attendees one can face problems with speakers, already heard sessions and other things. Zach Holman has a great article on what to do when you face these problems.
- The same guy also has an article on giving positive feedback and what the benefits are. You won’t regret.
- Reflecting your work regularly is a good method to improve yourself.