I was intrigued to see this article about Mutation Observers, and then a tad inspired to see the support they now have, because the last time I looked I thought the support was pretty crappy and everyone had decided to not support them… Truly powerful stuff, though, exciting!
Typically great article from Chris Coyier on keeping on top of your site’s performance. This is not about “getting it all set-up and being done”; things change, even if your site doesn’t. Rather than offering specific performance optimization tips, Chris talks about setting a program to stay performant.
Following-up on that thought, with the same thought: Performance Optimization is a Process Not an Event.
Suddenly flexbox is all up in the news’ business again, I love it! :-) Here is yet another collection of real-life-like examples of functioning flexbox layouts you can use today. No joke.
Why, yes it is.
Wow, checkout this new animation timeline that is coming to a Chrome DevTools near you soon! That will be so helpful!
And once you can visualize and experiment so easily, you’ll surely want to dive into all of these CSS animation examples!
Then, from the next level of web animation, comes these WebGL examples… Man, this stuff blows my mind, I wish I had the imagination to come up with ideas such as these…
Servers, Domain Names and Hosting, oh my! Dudley Storey walks us through everything we need to know about servers, domain names and hosting, “starting with general recommendations and working up to creating your own server for site testing and development, with more complex entries added over time.” Where oh where does this man get the time???
Great article on the state of today’s JS developers. How would you do if you were asked these interview questions asked?
Kudos to Je Suis Encrateia for the link!
And just in case that article inspires/scares you, here are several great JS resources to help improve your standings…
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And finally, could the days of torturing animals for our betterment be finally nearing an end? There is hope…