The other day a co-worker shared the link for okayNav, and I have to agree: although dependent on jQuery, it certainly is one of the “okayest responsive navigation” menus I have seen…
Georgie Luhur walks us through properly using ARIA roles and writing more accessible markup.
And Rachel Andrew takes us on a nuts-to-bolts tour of HTTP/2, from an explanation and brief history, through the pros and cons, to how to make the switch.
Tiffany Rayside created some very slick-looking CSS borders. This is what happens when you need more
A few quick tips on adding, styling, and protecting the appearance of telephone links on your sites.
Gutenberg – A Meaningful Web Typography Starter Kit
Looks pretty well thought-out…
But if you’d prefer the DIY approach, A Responsive Guide to Type Sizing may be more your speed…
react-native-nw-react-calculator let’s you use one code source to create apps that work as an iOS app, Android app, desktop app, and in a browser. Wow.
If you too have reservations over Google’s AMP Project, maybe CPP will look a little better?
And finally, whether you like AMP or not, you have to like Google’s proposed HTTP header,
save-data, which developers can look for to send “lighter”, and thus faster, experiences to users that have activated the Save Data feature…
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