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Front-End Performance Checklist 2017 (PDF, Apple Pages)
By Vitaly Friedman
December 21st, 2016
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Are you using progressive booting already? What about tree-shaking and code-splitting in React and Angular? Have you set up Brotli or Zopfli compression, OCSP stapling and HPACK compression? Also, how about resource hints, client hints and CSS containment mdash;聽not to mention IPv6, HTTP/2 and service workers?
Performance isn鈥檛 just a technical concern: It matters, and when baking it into the workflow, design decisions have to be informed by their performance implications. Performance has to be measured, monitored and refined continually, and the growing complexity of the web poses new challenges that make it hard to keep track of metrics, because metrics will vary significantly depending on the device, browser, protocol, network type and latency (CDNs, ISPs, caches, proxies, firewalls, load balancers and servers all play a role in performance). Read more...
App Development Showdown: Why You Should Care About Revisiting The Native Vs. Hybrid Debate In 2017
By Scott Hendersson
December 20th, 2016
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Back in 2007, the world met the iPhone for the very first time. After Apple鈥檚 product debut, it took less than six months for work to begin on PhoneGap, which would become one of the first and most adopted frameworks for hybrid mobile app development mdash; that is, for apps written simultaneously for multiple platforms using HTML, CSS and JavaScript, rather than coded in native languages.
When compared with the prospect of learning an entirely new language and development environment in order to program iOS (and soon Android) apps, the appeal of this type of development to the already huge population of web developers in the world was palpable.
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The (Not So) Secret Powers Of The Mobile Browser
By St茅phanie Walter
December 19th, 2016
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Apple taught us, "There's an app for that." And we believed it. Why wouldn't we? But time has passed since 2009. Our mobile users have gotten more mature and are starting to weigh having space for new photos against installing your big fat e-commerce app. Meanwhile, mobile browsers have also improved. New APIs are being supported, and they will bring native app-like functionality to the mobile browser.
We can now access video and audio and use WebRTC to build a live video-chat web apps directly in the browser, no native app or plugin required. We can build progressive web apps that bring users an almost native app experience, with a launch icon, notifications, offline support and more. Using geolocation, battery status, ambient light detection, Bluetooth and the physical web, we can even go beyond responsive web design and build websites that will automagically adapt to users' needs and context. Read more...
Web Development Reading List #163: The End-Of-Year Wrap-Up
By Anselm Hannemann
December 16th, 2016
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Only one week left until Christmas, and people already start freaking out again. No gifts purchased yet, work isn鈥檛 finished either, and suddenly some budget has to be spent until the end of the year. All of this puts us under pressure. To avoid the stress, I鈥檝e seen a lot of people take a vacation from now until the end of the year 鈥 probably a good idea.
And while it鈥檚 nice to see so many web advent calendars, I feel like I鈥檝e never written a longer reading list than this one. So save this edition if you don鈥檛 have much time currently and read it during some calm moments later this year or early next year. Most articles are still worth reading in a few weeks. Read more...
Mistakes Developers Make When Learning Design
By Mason Gentry
December 16th, 2016
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The blank Photoshop document glows in front of you. You've been trying to design a website for an hour but it's going nowhere. You feel defeated. You were in this same predicament last month when you couldn't design a website for a project at work. As a developer, you just feel out of your element pushing pixels around.
How do designers do it? Do they just mess around in Photoshop or Sketch for a while until a pretty design appears? Can developers who are used to working within the logical constructs of Boolean logic and number theory master the seemingly arbitrary rules of design? Read more...
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Tech Advent Calendars For Web Designers And Developers In 2016
By Cosima Mielke
December 15th, 2016
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With the holidays almost here and the new year already in sight, December is a time to slow down, an occasion to reflect and plan ahead. To help us escape the everyday hectic for a bit and sweeten our days with a delightful little surprise each day up to Christmas, the web community has assembled some fantastic advent calendars this year. They cater for a daily dose of web design and development goodness with stellar articles, inspiring experiments, and even puzzles to solve.
To make the choice of which ones to follow a bit easier, we collected a selection of advent calendars in this Quick Tip for you. No matter if you鈥檙e a front-end dev, UX designer, or content strategist, we鈥檙e certain you鈥檒l find something to inspire you for the upcoming year. So prepare yourself a nice cup of coffee, cozy up in your favorite chair and, well, enjoy! Read more...
Styling Web Components Using A Shared Style Sheet
By Steven Lambert
December 15th, 2016
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Web components are an amazing new feature of the web, allowing developers to define their own custom HTML elements. When combined with a style guide, web components can create a component API, which allows developers to stop copying and pasting code snippets and instead just use a DOM element.
By using the shadow DOM, we can encapsulate the web component and not have to worry about specificity wars with any other style sheet on the page. However, web components and style guides currently seem to be at odds with each other. Read more...
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How My API-Driven Website Helps Me Travel The World
By Stefan Judis
December 14th, 2016
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Recently, I decided to rebuild my personal website, because it was six years old and looked mdash; politely speaking mdash; a little bit "outdated." The goal was to include some information about myself, a blog area, a list of my recent side projects, and upcoming events.
As I do client work from time to time, there was one thing I didn't want to deal with mdash; databases! Previously, I built WordPress sites for everyone who wanted me to. The programming part was usually fun for me, but the releases, moving of databases to different environments, and actual publishing, were always annoying. Read more...
How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 3)
By Marc Vandehey
December 13th, 2016
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to create a SpriteKit game? Do buttons seem like a bigger task than they should be? Ever wonder how to persist settings in a game? Game-making has never been easier on iOS since the introduction of SpriteKit. In part three of this three-part series, we will finish up our RainCat game and complete our introduction to SpriteKit.
If you missed out on the previous lesson, you can catch up by getting the code on GitHub. Remember that this tutorial requires Xcode 8 and Swift 3. Read more...
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