Huge, huge news from the world of WordPress, with 4.4 bringing us built-in responsive images, that couldn’t be easier…
Sticking with responsive images, here’s a clever technique to use Service Workers to interrupt images fetches, replacing JPGs with WebPs if the browser supports them!
And sticking with Service Workers, here’s a clever technique to user Service Workers to serve offline content when your site’s users lose their connection!
Malte Ubl takes on a walk through several of the AMP Project’s best performance optimizations. All stuff you can incorporate into your own projects.
I had never heard of
font: caption before, and it doesn’t appear to work, at least on my Windows 7 machine… I get Arial…
I had never thought about animating a pseudo element’s
content before… Brilliant!
Smashing Magazine is well known for its lengthy articles, and here is another, this time for a collection of “layout patterns well suited to flexbox”, including code samples! :-)
Along with so many other new things we have to think about since the arrival of web-capable phones & tablets, how users hold their little devices should be of major concern to UI designers and developers.
Sticking with A List Apart, Charlotte Jackson, of ClearLeft fame, takes us From Pages to Patterns: An Exercise for Everyone, exploring the new direction we as designers and developers should be thinking…