it’s already friday and I have some new links for you so the weekend won’t be boring.
- As a first step towards the Responsive Images implementation into Blink by Yoav Weiss, media queries are now evaluated in the preload scanner. You can still help fund the implementation.
- Firefox DevTools now highlights the box model in-page which is a great feature; Web console got highlighting, network monitor git a new look, and the DevTools Toolbox is now available, all in Firefox Aurora (AKA Dev Channel).
- A Firefox bug was fixed so it now recognizes
line-heightin input text fields.
- WebKit speeds up CSS Selectors by introducing a CSS Selector JIT Compiler and shared the reasons on their blog.
- WebP has been further improved to decrease decode time during roll-out at Google.
- You don’t need to learn Git, Grunt, Gulp, Broccoli and all these tools to build your first website.
- How to get inspiration as a Designer.
- Here’s a list with Bulletproof HTML Email Components.
- Wether you’re a developer, a dev-lead or manager for developers, you should try to code as often as you can.
- Here’s a creative font toolkit incl. webfont licenses for just $28.
- To check in npm dependencies or not to—that is the question. How the team at Box handles node dependencies.
- Regexr 2 is out. It’s a great tool to play and test your regular expressions and now has a new layout and much more features!
- Sharedrop is a HTML5 alternative of OS X’s AirDrop.
- Interesting concept of sending data from microcontroller to any smartphone with MicIO.js.
- Create and manage your Iconfonts like a boss with Sass & Font Custom. An awesome technique so you don’t have to build the fonts on your own anymore.
- Why is the CDN so ‘slow’ on my mobile client? …or why it’s mostly a myth.
- How to structure and write books in HTML source code.
- The web accessibility checklist helps you to find the proper ARIA roles and respect the most important accessibility constraints in your project.
- Responsive Images explained by a comic.
- Parsing your Iconfonts automatically to create a visual test with unicode character codes to ease your life with iconfonts.
- Deliver synchronous ads asynchronously without modifying the ad code. This conditionally loads ads for responsive layouts using the ad container's dimensions, or a media query.
- If you offer a credit card payment form, here’s a cool start for it.
CSS / Scss
- CSS Easing Cheat Sheet. Keep this resource to quickly access cool easings for your CSS animations and transitions.
- Use Sass’
feature_exists($feature)method to check if a feature already exists in your current Sass runtime. Here’s a rough how-to.
- A creative new grid system made with Sass and the brand-new CSS
- Why your previous developer was terrible. A good article about praising new developers and blaming olds… because it’s all too common to all of us.
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