- Fliqlo – Flip Clock Screensaver
pretty cool screensaver for both osx and win.
- Zuckerberg rejects Tim Cook’s notion that turning people into products is bad
- HTTP 2.0 is coming, be ready
This is something that could really help a lot of pain points for front-end developers. It could eliminate “optimizations” such as concatenation, and image sprites. Essentially, anything related to reducing server requests. This is still IE11+, but it’s unclear to me if it degrades gracefully. If it does, we could use it sooner rather than later.
- What Is Vagrant and Why Should I Care? ◆ 24 ways
Best way to do local development.
- What’s new and exciting in WordPress 4.1
- Bursting our Bubble: Mobile Performance Outside the First World
- Google’s Inbox team promises cross-browser support and a host of other features soon
The “works in Chrome” thing gave us nightmares back to “optimized for IE”. Sounds like they are working on other browsers.
- WhatFont iOS 8 Extension Identifies Fonts in Safari
- Page bloat update: The average top 1000 web page is 1795 KB in size
- Clipping and Masking in CSS
- New Course: Better Web Apps With AngularUI
- Is The Grid a better web designer than you?
- Dealing with Emergencies in Git ◆ 24 ways
- Microsoft Wants Your Feedback On F12 Developer Tools
- When to use @extend; when to use a mixin – CSS Wizardry – CSS, OOCSS, front-end architecture, performance and more, by Harry Roberts
- Using Chassis for WordPress Development
- Google is killing CAPTCHA as we know it
- Focusing on a Team Workflow With Git
- Understanding CSS Stats: How to Make the Most of the Numbers
- COMIC: How Browsers Market Themselves