This week, we look at PageSpeed Horror, @verge #hotdrama, Windows 10/Edge Browser and more. Enjoy!
UX isn’t just on the web. I’m always keeping an eye out for good/bad UX in the wild. ::cough:: Credit card terminals in retail, OMG!
I have recently gone from Sublime to Atom. Atom feels like one step forward, two steps back. I have been running into a lot of autocomplete issues which slows down my coding. Matt on the other hand prefers Atom and has no interest in going back to Sublime. End of the day, either one can work depending on your preference.
Like anything else, this isn’t a hardfast rule but it’s a great idea to cure perfection.
This has nothing to do with the web, but I just thought this was really cool!
I never really thought about it, but hearing “READ MORE!” on a link doesn’t give context to a screen reader.
There are a lot of good things about Android, but this is a real problem that needs to be solved. And rooting your phone for vanilla Android is not the answer.
Who thought you could get a score of 0 on PageSpeed?
Why do we care about Microsoft Edge? We (usually) use Macs and browsers with good dev tools (Chrome). As web developers we have a pretty big stake in this new browser.
Its good to know how these optimizations affect file size.
The WebKit folks talk System Fonts and how to use them in CSS.
“The practice of front end development is similar to playing the bass: it’s easy to learn but difficult to master.” Truer words…