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Agree with @pamelafox - delay loading resources below the fold should be built into browsers. #velocityconf
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A very nice plugin manager for Sketch, Sketch Toolbox. sketchtoolbox.com
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(And here is the archive of the previous newsletter issues, if you are interested: smashingmagazine.com/the-smashing-n…)
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We have a new Smashing Email Newsletter issue coming up in a few hours. It's a pretty useful one ;-) Subscribe now: cards.twitter.com/cards/9da4e/1l…
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Perfmonkey, a nice little tool to test the perceived (rendering) performance of your website. perfmonkey.com/#/home #rwd
A very, very good talk by @danielmall on RWD Workflow and Deliverables from this year’s @btconf. Worth watching: vimeo.com/101875373
A (very) extensive, curated list of resources related to programming languages and web development. github.com/bayandin/aweso…
It doesn't feel quite righ.: The Real-Time Telephone Number API, grabbing data from Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter etc. developer.contactive.com
A nice case study by @scoober: “How Limitations Led To My Biggest App Store Success and Failure”, on @smashingmag. smashingmagazine.com/2014/07/28/my-…
“Quality is not just the method, just the form, or just the content. It’s what holds form and content together.” —@iA ia.net/blog/putting-t…
I am wondering if online workshops are more convenient than “regular” workshops since the communication is a bit more inolved? Any feedback?
Oh, right. So we’ve got a few RWD + Front-End workshops (and online webinars) coming up: smashingmagazine.com/smashing-works… That’s all, really.
This looks simple, but it is another example of why I like masking in Photoshop. graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/3644…
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Image comparison slider, only with CSS. Pretty fancy. By @LeaVerou. lea.verou.me/2014/07/image-…
Heyo! I’ve made a handy reference for whether changing any given CSS property triggers layout, paint or composite: csstriggers.com
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A few important insights to keep in mind when developing right-to-left websites: Let's Talk About RTL. alfy.me/2014/07/26/let…
A nice little CodePen tutorial: HowTo: "Self-Drawing" SVG animation. codepen.io/MyXoToD/blog/h…
Accessibility nerds: does this work for <svg> only, or does it work for <img src=img.svg alt> as well? paciellogroup.com/blog/2013/12/u…
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Bookmarked: A few helpful, time-saving Photoshop CS6 plug-ins. viget.com/inspire/a-quic…
[1/2] Do you use data-* attributes and attribute selectors in your CSS a lot? They can be very helpful to keep markup clean and concise.
You know that Canadian @smashingconf coming up? It wouldn’t be possible without great work by @scottwhitebread and @tkadlec. Thanks, guys!