Let’s start with a little proficiency tip with 3 Keyboard Shortcuts I Wish I Learned Long Ago. I imagine most developers already know the one about switching between open applications (Cmd + Tab on Mac, Alt + Tab on PC), but the author has a couple variations on that!
I cannot imagine what scenario is missing from How to undo (almost) anything with Git. I assume there is at least one, I just cannot think of it…
Um, Quttons are freaking awesome… Makes me want to collect them all!! ;-)
And Gradify CSS is pretty freaking awesome too! Hard to imagine a way this could be used in production, but for a curated site, it would make for nice eye-candy!
Keeping with the awesome, the page scroll effects are über-awesome! I particularly love the Parallax option, for some reason it feels very natural to me. But even having read the article, I cannot tell what the “hijacking” option does…
I’ve been using grunticon for some time now to provide SVG support and fallbacks, but Luke Whitehouse offers a Gulp-version, and runs you through his set-up and workflow!
Here is a HTML5 feature accessibility support for all Major Browsers. While Edge is still a mystery, IE will hopefully fade into the sunset some day in the next few years, and hopefully the upcoming Safari release will improve their standing a bit…
Alex Russell ponders a future of the web which he and his wife, Frances Berriman, have coined “Progressive Apps“, which “aren’t packaged and deployed through stores, they’re just websites that took all the right vitamins” and are described by a serious collection of criteria, including being responsive, connection-independent, always up-to-date, safe, discoverable, installable, and of course, linkable. Man, how things have changed since I saw my first
<html> tag… :-)
And finally, a burger icon I could really sink my teeth into… :-)