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In general, how do you deal with maintenance issues, how do you organize media queries and what tools do you use to debug/maintain RWD?
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We’re spending lots of time thinking about building RWD sites, but have you run into issues maintaining a large RWD site?
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@smashingmag if you have access to the fonts via JS, Google’s WebFont loader is better, if only CSS the latter is preferred.
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@smashingmag @scottjehl They both do pretty much the same thing. The real value of the Web Font Loader are its font load events.
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In your experience, what works better to load Web fonts async if you don’t have WOFFs: Google's WebFontLoader or @scottjehl’s loadCSS?
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Of course we can still serve CSS to non-JS environments by wrapping a link to the CSS file in <noscript> at the end of the page. / @adactio
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An interesting discussion on how to load non-critical CSS asynchronously. gist.github.com/scottjehl/8717…
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List of tools for optimising above-the-fold CSS: github.com/addyosmani/abo… & a new release of Critical github.com/addyosmani/cri… are now out.
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It’s the last day of the month. You know what it means: Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: August 2014 smashingmagazine.com/2014/07/31/des… Just about time.
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Useful. A Balsamiq UX template for presentation decks and common UX documents (with a Symbol Library). konigi.com/tools/balsamiq…
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A nice case study by GoSquared team on Optimizing for 60fps everywhere, with JS and CSS. engineering.gosquared.com/optimising-60f…
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We are using very similar techniques as well, and they work indeed. RWD can be very, very fast. We’ll publish a post on this in August, too!
A very good, and detailed article on how to make RWD sites load fast, by @scottjehl. filamentgroup.com/lab/performanc…
Yesterday, @timbrown shared a neat little method for thinking of progressive enhancement as a “UI matrix”. I dig: medium.com/@timbrown/prog…
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I am also not a fan of “just”, and also “obviously”, “basically”, etc. css-tricks.com/words-avoid-ed…
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What’s the biggest mistake you’ve done in design/web development or your career so far?
“With declarative programming, we tell a computer what, not how.” Mr. @scottr on declarative programming and the web. smashingmagazine.com/2014/07/30/dec…
Lovely illustration work, color use and typography. Redesign of the United States Postal Service. grand-army.com/work/projects/…
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Great browser plugin to identify fonts used on a site. Like the hide images/graphics option. fontface.ninja
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@smashingmag Impressive. You can also do full 3d orientation tracking with HTML5... richtr.github.io/threeVR/exampl…
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You know, you can use Tilt Scrolling with HTML5, too. s3.jt.io/tilt/index.html (Load it on your phone to see it in action)
A very, very interesting post by @marcoarment: How To Make Tilt Scrolling That Doesn’t Suck. marco.org/2014/07/24/til…
Great to see new tools for debugging RWD incl. remote debugging, network throttling and MQs editing in DevTools. girliemac.com/blog/2014/07/2…
“The pencil is the closest connection between your brain and a piece of paper.” — @bastianallgeier on Simplicity. bastianallgeier.com/notes/simplici…