Not a whole lot of links this week as I’m traveling. Enjoy!
- The Boagworld Web Design Show: Looking at the next generation of CSS with Jen Simmons
Jen and Paul talk about front end and how you can use new technologies even if it’s not supported across all browsers (::cough:: flex box).
- Google’s experimental new “slow” label could revolutionize how we tackle web performance
- Cross-Browser Dependency-Free DOM Ready
Totally needed this the other day for hoverboardstudios.com.
- Chainable BEM modifiers
- Plugins and Tools for Better WordPress Typography
I feel like a lot of this stuff you could just build into your custom theme, but if you are doctoring up an existing theme, this might not be so bad.
- Testing APIs with RAML
Testing APIs sucks. This can make it easier.
- Using Squire, a Lightweight HTML5 Rich Text Editor
I always like to see something challenging TinyMCE.
- List of Android WebViews
- datedropper – jQuery Dates Plugin
- Design is Valued. Now What?
- Dropdown Menus with More Forgiving Mouse Movement Paths
We still beed dropdowns every once in awhile even if they are a bad UX for touch. Sometimes unavoidable.
- ASCII address bar animations
Pretty funny, but I’m not sure how practical this would be. Didn’t work in Safari for me (I think they don’t show #anchors 🙁 )