Howdy folks. Here are this week’s links. Lots of #hotdrama around “Safari is the new IE”. Lots of great discussion around this.
Makes your theme views look something like jinja2/mustache/handlebars.
Video: Understanding webpagetest.org
A CMS for Node.js. Kinda cool.
If there is a Wordcamp in your area, GO! Well worth it.
Undoing oncut/oncopy/onpaste Falsities
This is kind of a cool Bookmarklet for those pesky websites that disable copy/paste.
Google unveils Material Design Lite
Something that is light-weight and better than Bootstrap (hopefully).
A little bit of everything.
Building a VPS with WordPress on a LEMP Stack
Even though we have managed WordPress hosting, its a good exercise to know how a LEMP stack with WordPress really works.
ATP: A Better Future for Everybody
ATP talks “Safari is the new IE”. I tend to be on the Saracusa side of the argument. FYI: This link cues up to the exact spot.
iOS 9 first look: here’s what’s new in Apple’s public beta
Public Beta came out this week. There isn’t too much that affects Web Developers except Suggested Websites are using OpenGraph. Make sure those tags are on your sites!
Apple Music is a Usability Nightmare
In all fairness, this service is a VERY HARD design problem to solve. But this is Apple’s bread and butter…
Bye, bye Adobe.
Not everyone can pull this off. Especially if you are working with others that have PSD’s, AI’s and other proprietary Adobe file formates.
Safari is the new IE 2: Revenge of the Linkbait
Followup to Nolan’s original post.
RIP: Microsoft Silverlight
Another proprietary web technology dies. Yah!