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Tech News #1/2015

 Some links out of the geek bubble: “What happens when you type http://google.com  into your browser and press enter?” Heard that before? Well, here is what really happens, described in great detail: https://github.com/alex/what-happens-when … Standards and browser compatibility: http://mobiforge.com/news-comment/standards-and-browser-compatibility german links: Wieviel Millimeter … Continue reading

Weekly #57 – Tech news of the Week

Happy Friday to everyone, here you go for a mixture of links to entertain your brain:  What Matters In Web Development? http://love2dev.com/#!article/What-Matters-In-Web-Development by Chris Love Jan Webering about “Moving Web“ – Motivation & Herausforderung” (german) DOKmagazin.com  Up to date – Frontend News https://github.com/frontend-rescue/keep-up-to-date Bursting our … Continue reading

Weekly #56 – Tech news of the week

Everything You Wanted to Know About Web Performance (But Were Afraid to Ask) http://de.slideshare.net/Radware/radware-velocity-2014webperformanceuxGoogle will add “mobile friendly” label on websites http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.it/2014/11/helping-users-find-mobile-friendly-pages.htmlWebdesign Trends 2015 (German): http://blog.xeit.ch/2014/11/webdesign-trends-2015The future of the Internet in 2015: http://techinfographics.com/future-of-the-internet-in-2015-video-infographic/Mapping the crazy web of trade: http://bit.ly/1pesplv. Jonas Kristen

Weekly #55 – Tech news of the week

Responsive Images in Practice by Eric Portis Justin Avery about “Why you don’t need device specific breakpoints“ Enabling HTTPS Without Sacrificing Your Web Performance by Billy Hoffman New findings: For top ecommerce sites, mobile web performance is wildly inconsistent Aurelio De Rosa: The … Continue reading

Weekly #54 – Tech news of the week

Be progressive https://adactio.com/journal/7706 HTML6 to contain <carousel> tag http://alistafart.com/article/html6-to-contain-carousel-tag/  Firefox Tools Adapter  https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Firefox_Tools_Adapter AngularJS is not for websites http://wolfslittlestore.be/2014/10/angularjs-is-not-for-websites/ It’s a mobile-first world. Is your website fast enough for mobile shoppers? Usage of SPDY for websites: SPDY is used by 2.4% of all … Continue reading

Weekly #53 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

“In order to save our sanity, we need to create one experience that adapts to these devices, rather than a dedicated experience for every new rectangle Samsung spits out.” Brad Frost is one of many RWD-Experts quoted with regards to adaptive design … Continue reading

Weekly #52 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

Nearly half of active iPhones and iPads are already running iOS 8 iOS 8 and iPhone 6 for web developers and designers: next evolution for Safari and native webapps Ross Gerbasi about “Apple Shows Love for HTML5 with iOS 8“ … Continue reading

Weekly #51 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

Greetings from Roland: After releasing Sevenval FIT14, of course, he is still a bit busy ; ) But have a look at some of his latest links: Experience the power of a bookbook™ watch youtube       A showcase of traditionally hard … Continue reading

Weekly #50 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

Mobile Now Accounts for 50.3% of All Ecommerce Traffic by Tobias Lütke OpenSignal: Android Fragmentation Visualized May 2014: Who’s Droiding It Up? Coming Soon: CSS Feature Queries by @adobeweb Improving Sass code quality on theguardian.com Responsive Tables (German) by Sven … Continue reading

Weekly #49 – Rolands Rundown – Tech news of the week

While we’re working hard to release FIT14, some links to spice up the wait: Design Principles for Android Wear by Google Developer Yoav Weiss at dev.opera.com about “Native Responsive Images“ A device agnostic approach to inlining CSS by Orde Saunders Sara Soueidan about … Continue reading

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