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augustus 23rd, 2016 - 11:15 § in Webdesign

I Contributed To An Open-Source Editor, And So Can You

I Contributed To An Open-Source Editor, And So Can You By Christian Heilmann August 23rd, 2016 CommunityOpen Source 0 Comments A few months ago, Jason Grigsby’s post about autocompletion in forms1 made the rounds. I loved the idea of allowing users to fill in their credit card details by taking a [...]

augustus 22nd, 2016 - 11:02 § in Webdesign

Five Rules Of App Localization In China: Money, Dating And App Store

Five Rules Of App Localization In China: Money, Dating And App Store By Bruce Wong Anna Pratskevich August 22nd, 2016 AppsUser Experience 0 Comments I recently sat down with Rock Zhang, a Chinese mobile entrepreneur. Rock is my classmate from business school, and we have both worked in the mobile in[...]

augustus 19th, 2016 - 10:45 § in Webdesign

Web Development Reading List #150: Less Code, GitHub’s Security, And The Morals Of Science

Web Development Reading List #150: Less Code, GitHub’s Security, And The Morals Of Science By Anselm Hannemann August 19th, 2016 Web Development Reading List 0 Comments There is a lot to learn this week. It starts with non-technical things like going for a walk to refresh your mind and finishes wi[...]

augustus 18th, 2016 - 22:44 § in Webdesign

Building A Server-Side Application With Async Functions and Koa 2

Building A Server-Side Application With Async Functions and Koa 2 By Alex Rudenko August 18th, 2016 APIFrameworksJavaScript 3 Comments One of the upcoming features of JavaScript that I especially like is the support for asynchronous functions1. In this article, I would like to show you a very practi[...]

augustus 18th, 2016 - 16:44 § in Webdesign

Getting Started With Koa 2 And Async Functions

Getting Started With Koa 2 And Async Functions By Alex Rudenko August 18th, 2016 APIFrameworksJavaScript 1 Comment One of the upcoming features of JavaScript that I especially like is the support for asynchronous functions1. In this article, I would like to show you a very practical example of build[...]

augustus 17th, 2016 - 10:37 § in Webdesign

Photoshop Etiquette For Responsive Web Design

Photoshop Etiquette For Responsive Web Design By Dan Rose August 17th, 2016 PhotoshopResponsive Web DesignWorkflow 0 Comments It’s been almost five years since Photoshop Etiquette141 launched, which officially makes it a relic on the web. A lot can happen on the web in a few years, and these past [...]

augustus 16th, 2016 - 16:36 § in Webdesign

S(GH)PA: The Single-Page App Hack For GitHub Pages

Sponsored Post S(GH)PA: The Single-Page App Hack For GitHub Pages By Daniel Buchner August 16th, 2016 GitStatic GeneratorsVersion Control 5 Comments For some time now, I’ve wanted the ability to route paths for a GitHub Pages website to its index.html for handling as a single-page app (SPA). This [...]

augustus 15th, 2016 - 16:34 § in Webdesign

Creativity Under The Microscope: Running A UI Design Critique

Creativity Under The Microscope: Running A UI Design Critique By Jason Cranford Teague August 15th, 2016 CommunicationUser Interaction 0 Comments Criticism is easy. It seems like everybody has an opinion, but, as the author Harlan Ellison points out, “You are not entitled to your opinion. You are [...]

augustus 12th, 2016 - 15:30 § in Webdesign

Web Development Reading List #149: CSS Dynamic Colors, Refactoring CSS, And CSP Hashing

Web Development Reading List #149: CSS Dynamic Colors, Refactoring CSS, And CSP Hashing By Anselm Hannemann August 12th, 2016 Web Development Reading List 3 Comments Even though we think everything happens in real-time nowadays, we need patience. While technology has been capable of real-time for lo[...]

augustus 11th, 2016 - 09:26 § in Webdesign

A Beginner’s Guide To Progressive Web Apps

A Beginner’s Guide To Progressive Web Apps By Kevin Farrugia August 11th, 2016 AppsTechniquesTools 0 Comments Progressive web apps could be the next big thing for the mobile web. Originally proposed by Google in 2015, they have already attracted a lot of attention because of the relative ease of d[...]