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January 30, 2017
Progressive Web Apps (sometimes referred to as PWAs, because everything in tech needs an acronym) is the encapsulating term for websites following a certain approach, that meet particular technical criteria. The “app” involvement in the name isn’t an accident – these creations share muc...
November 23, 2016
Nice tutorial from Michael Scharnagl in which he takes a perfectly-functional comment form and progressively enhances it with very nice features. Things like custom error messaging, auto-expanding height, and even really fancy stuff like ajax and offline submission.
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October 14, 2016
I had a slide in my talk that read:
The condemnation was as swift as it was vocal.
Response by Jeremy Keith:
That framing makes it sound like it’s a binary choice: either the website works or it doesn’t. That’s not wha...
October 4, 2016
CSS Shapes is like the perfect example for progressive enhancement these days. Kinda like border-radius was. Older browsers have square corners! Who cares! CSS Shapes allow you to wrap text irregularly – like along the path of a circle().
Eric Meyer uses it on a production page and shows how it works. Here’...
August 15, 2016
This year is An Event Apart’s 10th anniversary. In order to celebrate, they are putting on competition called 10K Apart where people show off what can be accomplished in 10kB of data. This isn’t a new competetion- its first genesis has been a project called 5k way back in 2000-2002. This year is sponsored b...
March 9, 2016
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