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Location, Privilege and Performant Websites

30 October 2019 I would say that I live an extremely privileged and comfortable life. The privilege from having a good paying career in a large tech company opened up the...

by 2019 -11- 07

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Laying the Foundations (a book about design systems)

Chapters 10Introduction Who is this book for? • The role of development in design • System design is not a scary thing • Systematic design • This book will help you and...

by 2019 -10- 18

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Why Progressive Web Apps Are The Future of Mobile Web [2019 Research]

If it doesn’t have the frequency of use, or doesn’t require low level access to device hardware not available to browsers, then what value do they have? These apps – let’s...

by 2019 -10- 04

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A Codebase and a Community | CSS-Tricks

I woke up one morning and realized that I had it all wrong. I discovered that code and design are unable to solve every problem on a design systems team,...

by 2019 -09- 27

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Thinking in React Hooks

Amelia Wattenberger has written this wonderful and interactive piece about React Hooks and details how they can clean up code and remove all those troubling lifecycle events: React introduced hooks one...

by 2019 -09- 25

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(Why) Some HTML is “optional”

Chris Coyier blogged recently on weird looking HTML. It's a nice short post and I'd say it's worth knowing these optional features (potentially known as defaults). My favourite optional is...

by 2019 -09- 16

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5G Will Definitely Make the Web Slower, Maybe | Filament Group, Inc., Boston, MA

5G is here. Its little icon is starting to appear in the top corners of phone screens throughout the world. If you’ve connected to it already, you may have observed...

by 2019 -09- 16

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Simplicity (II)

Once in a while, I have to fix small issues in very old projects. Some of my client sites from more than a decade ago are still around. One could...

by 2019 -09- 12

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Today’s Firefox Blocks Third-Party Tracking Cookies and Cryptomining by Default – The Mozilla Blog

Today, Firefox on desktop and Android will — by default — empower and protect all our users by blocking third-party tracking cookies and cryptominers. This milestone marks a major step...

by 2019 -09- 04

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