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- Bower 1.1.0 is out. See changelog for what has changed.
- Firefox will give you control over font weight differences on OS X – a long existing problem you can control now. Coming with the release of Firefox 25 (currently is Nightly).
- By the way, Firefox 23 shipped and brings new features like Options panel for DevTools, mixed content blocking, unprefixed requestAnimationFrame, globalConsole, and finally a network monitor in DevTools.
- Milepile has been funded and now development started.
- Dalek.js has been released and version 0.0.2 will come out in the next days fixing some bugs with Firefox.
- window.onerror has been updated in Blink means you can now debug your runtime errors better than ever before in Blink-driven Browsers.
- ImageOptim 1.4.3 is out and has better compression than ever before says co-developer.
- What does 'being rich' mean to you? Everyone should consider this and have an answer to himself on this question.
- »I make Websites« says Mat Marquis and I can only second this great article on The Pastry Box project.
- How to deal with unmaintained and/or deprecated Open Source repositories.
- Techniques for mobile and responsive cross-browser testing describes several ways you can go to check your webapp / website.
- If you live in Europe, consider attending the WebPlatform Doc Sprint in Zurich, Switzerland on August, 28th where you can help maintaining the WebPlatform and evolve the web while meeting the guys of the CSSWG and other cool people.
- Man, this dude is rad! Jake again wrote a blog post explaining how to solve rendering performance puzzles. Super interesting!
- RIBS will be a Responsive Images Backend Server. Cool thing and definitely something to keep an eye on.
- This article by Ian Storm Taylor is published already a while but still, this is a very important topic how we could improve the work with CSS and today's 'media queries'.
- A cool list of Grunt tools you should consider to use in your build process.
- VerbalExpressions helps you understanding RegularExpressions and gives you a layer of abstraction (good for maintainability).