Category Archives: mozilla

Today’s Readings

When I first heard about Firefox OS, I remember thinking “Great, just what we need in mobile, is another variable…” I, also, however, said something very similar when Google Chrome was first announced. And that seems to have gone pretty … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Another fine example of “off-canvas” navigation. I think we all know to not use :hover on mobile, but Thomas does a nice job of adding the why, which might be useful for discussions with clients, as well as a few … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Water-soluble packaging… Now that seems like a long time coming, nice job Apple! I like the Slit Slider. Can’t see myself using it, but I like it. I can’t figure out what the sort order is (and the table is … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

I have to admit, I’m a total sucker for numbered-lists-of-shit, but Things I didn’t know about the WebKit inspector? I’m all in! (Okay, well, it obviously was numbered at one point, thus the URL, but I guess that changed at … Continue reading

Bye-bye Firefox, Hellooooooo Chrome: Making the Switch for Developers is Nearly a No-Brainer…

I would assume that, at least in this regard, I am like most web developers: I use Firefox as my primary development browser because it was the first to offer all the Add-ons that made my life soooo much easier, … Continue reading