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SpeedCurve | Metrics from 1M Sites
A timeline of performance metric medians from the HTTP Archive for the world's top ~1.3 million sites. This looks at TTFB, First paint, first contentful paint, meaningful paint, DOM interactive, Speed index and more.
article  performance  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
3 Pro Tips on Alignment
A few examples where “just align it” doesn’t seem to be doing the trick.
tutorial  design  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1—for People Who Haven’t Read the Update
The 24Ways advent calendar is pretty amazing, and this article is no exception. I learned LOADS from this article about Accessibility and the simple things you can do to make your website much more accessible.
article  24ways  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
Progressive Web Apps: The Case for PWAs · An A List Apart Article
"Does your organization have a website? If so, you would probably benefit from a progressive web app. This may sound flippant, but it’s true: nearly every website should be a progressive web app, because they represent best practices for the web." - Check out this excerpt from Jason Grigsby's new book
article  pwa  book  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
A CSS Venn Diagram | Adrian Roselli
I love this approach to a Venn diagram using CSS Grid
tutorial  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
Creating My First Chrome Extension ◆ 24 ways
Browser plugins are super neat and can help us do a lot of helpful things within the browser. This tutorial covers how you might create one that reminds you to look away from the screen after x amount of time, but there's plenty of potential for what you could create (like a new tab that shows the latest code pens for example)
tutorial  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
While we Blink, we loose the Web
Another look at the impact that Chromium has on the web market when you look at all the browsers that are running it. Is it strange that although we aim for standards, we also want competition?
article  google  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
Risking a Homogeneous Web - TimKadlec.com
I always like the way which Tim explains concepts and this is no difference. As I mention later in the email, I'm not a fan of Microsoft's hint towards going Chromium and Tim explains those reasons better than I could.
newslettered  338  headline 
december 2018 by justinavery
Going Offline First (Video Series)
This is a great video series from Ire that takes you through five steps on how to create an offline experience on your website. The videos range between 8 and 23 minutes so you could watch them all in your lunch break, or take a short moment out of each day of your week next week and become offline ready.
tutorial  offline  video  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
Responsive Images on the Apple Watch
Eric Portis takes you through the steps you should be following if you want your site, and in particular your images, to look great if someone is looking at your site on their watch.
tutorial  ios  watch  responsive-images  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery
Browser Diversity Commentary, Regarding the Edge News
By the time you're reading this there could be more news and an official annoucement around Microsoft ditching the current Edge browser rendering engine in favour of using Chromium. I'm sad to hear that this is likely the case, diversity is always adventageous
article  338  newslettered 
december 2018 by justinavery

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