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Weekly #47 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

Hey, it’s Friday – time for a weekly rundown: After 5: „…it is time to think about how HTML would best be handled next.“ by Robin Berjon Stephen Hall: iOS global usage falls behind Android for the first time Sara Soueidan … Continue reading

Weekly #46 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

Adrian Bateman & Frank Olivier at IEBlog about The Mobile Web should just work for everyone New findings: The median top 100 ecommerce page takes 6.2 seconds to render primary content Pintrest: „A full 75 percent of their traffic comes … Continue reading

Weekly #45 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

The Principles of Adaptive Design by Brad Frost  Maximiliano Firtman about „You May Be Losing Users If Responsive Web Design Is Your Only Mobile Strategy„ Google Developer Video Getting Your PageSpeed Score Up with PageSpeed Insights Moving Beyond the Responsive Web … Continue reading

Weekly #39 / Links about Frontend & Mobile

This week we’re very busy, nevertheless, here are some links… it´s Friday 😉 Making your site more mobile-friendly with PageSpeed Insights Script-injected „async scripts“ considered harmful by Ilya Grigorik Using Local Storage by Max Lynch Sven Wolfermann about CSS3 – position:sticky Say … Continue reading

Weekly #30

JavaScript Performance by Steve Souders: – – JavaScript Pattern Collection – The developer’s guide to the HTML5 APIs – Content Strategy and Responsive Design – Responsive embeds + RESS – Excellent CSS3 Techniques and … Continue reading

Weekly #26

Mobile Performance Manifesto – Path menu in pure CSS3 – The History of the Smartphone – HTML5 History and Terminology – Notes on Adaptive Images – Case study: How to use network quality as a … Continue reading

Weekly #10

8 useful CSS tools. Some are more useful, some are less useful – The future of css layouts – Get offline – Taking your web sites and apps offline with the HTML5 appcache – CreativeJS: The very … Continue reading

Weekly #8

Tappgala – the best in mobile interface design: – jQuery HTML5 Uploader is a lightweight jQuery plugin that lets you to quickly add an upload system a-la-Gmail into your web app – 50 new and crazy jQuery plugins … Continue reading

Weekly #7

Paul Irish talks about HTML5, DOM and CSS3 performance. Watch it, it’s more than interesting! – Several different patterns for HTML5 input validation – O’Reilly’s „Designing mobile interfaces“ as free online wiki version: – Spinning wheel on … Continue reading

Weekly #5

Adobe tries to bring the functionality of print publishing programs like InDesign to CSS. They called it „CSS regions“ and built a prototype that looks really interesting and promising: – And there’s already a jQuery plugin as polyfill to … Continue reading

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