Have you ever thought about how your users really visit your website? But a much more controversial topic this week was Mozilla announcing their statement on EME / DRM support. Fortunately, there are great articles you should read on that topic. Now, read on with more exciting news:
- Introducing the WebKit FTL JIT.
- Firefox Nightly (v32a) now exposes the available
- On Desiging Expectations—a truthy and good article.
- This grunt task strips all media queries from your style sheet for IE8 so that you can write mobile first.
- Quill is a nice looking richt text editor.
Git / CLI
- Trash is a command line app for moving files and directories to the trash—a safer alternative to
- Accessibility: The Missing Ingredient
- Responsive Images Done Right: A Guide To
- Again an interesting open source library by facebook: Jest, a framework for painless unit testing.
- Here’s how you can use Jest + jQuery for testing a vanilla app.
- Rethinking the DOM Traversal.
- How to maintain more than one Sass version. Because compatibility can sometimes be tricky here.
- Read how the Guardian keeps Sass code quality with scss-lint. It’s a great tool you should really use if you’re working in a team.
- How to dynamically change text color based on a background color.
- A gallery of good looking CSS shapes examples.
- Hugo describes how to build a triangle Sass mixin.
- About Chicago’s Last Tannery, on The Distance, a new online magazine which after this article looks quite interesting.
- Creativity is a remix of known things.
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