Today’s Readings

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…

walks us through properly using ARIA roles and writing more accessible markup.

And 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.

created some very slick-looking CSS borders. This is what happens when you need more box-shadow

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…

Happy reading,

One Response to Today’s Readings

  1. Hi there! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give a
    quick shout out and say I truly enjoy reading your posts.
    Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that cover
    the same topics? Thank you so much!

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