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Vitaly Friedman, Smashing Magazine, an online magazine for professional Web designers and developers.
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Smashing Magazine 12h
A fantastic resource for learning CSS: 24 CSS slide decks by , with HTML and Accessibility ones coming soon.
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Smashing Magazine 12h
Seven techniques for better, faster layer management in Sketch.
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Perf Tooling Today 13h
The great talk "You don't need AMP for that" by is now listed on Perf Tooling. 🎉
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Smashing Magazine 13h
A quick reminder to myself to remove all mobile/desktop apps that I don’t need any longer or haven’t used for more than 30 days.
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Stefan Cosma Jan 20
Here's a curated collection of useful snippets that you can understand in 30 seconds or less.
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Sarah Drasner Jan 20
Replying to @ZackArgyle
This is so accurate it hurts. I've seen companies lose long term engagement and customers because they AB tested everything to death, forgetting that all of those parts add up to a whole
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Zack Argyle Jan 13
Metrics don’t measure sentiment. I’ve said this a million times but it’s really hard to get people to understand. Growth hacking has unmeasured penalties. This is exactly why Facebook is suffering with its news feed and reverting functionality.
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CSS-Tricks Jan 20
A clever aspect-ratio trick that involves using an inline SVG with a viewBox to push out the size, and CSS Grid to overlay the content.
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Marc Edwards Jan 19
Converting shapes to gradients via image resizing — render to bitmap, scale to 1px high and full width, scale back up to 100px high (or whatever).
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Harry Roberts Jan 19
📖 Using tracking pixels (yes, really) to find dead CSS
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Surma Jan 19
Houdini’s CSS Paint API (also known as “Custom Paint Worklet”) is going to be enabled by default in Chrome 65! I wrote an introduction for ya:
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CSS-Tricks Jan 18
<dialog open> Native dialog box! </dialog>
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Smashing Magazine Jan 19
Replying to @ChiaraAliotta
Uhm... that’s... not normal!
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CSS-Tricks Jan 19
"JavaScript is CPU intensive and the CPU is the bottleneck for performance." And it sure ain't great news about CPUs lately.
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Smashing Magazine Jan 19
Replying to @j9t @alistapart
Can’t wait for it, Jens!
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Estelle Weyl Jan 19
DevTools accessibility panel is now enabled by default, without needing to enable experiments, in Canary.
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Smashing Magazine Jan 19
Replying to @brianleroux
Now this brings back memories. ;-)
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Smashing Magazine Jan 19
Replying to @rtfeldman @behindcadi
That’s an interesting question ;)
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Jeff Posnick Jan 19
TIL: Chrome Incognito windows have per-origin storage limits capped at ~110mb (or less), derived from the need to keep all data in memory. If you've ever encountered QuotaExceeded errors in Incognito, that's why! More context at (H/T to )
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Umar Hansa Jan 19
Dev Tips: DevTools: Built-in Accessibility Debugging from the Elements Panel: - The Accessibility pane is now out of experiments 🎊 (Canary)
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