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With Progressive Web Apps, you can now use the web to build full-blown apps. Thanks to WebBluetooth, we can now build Progressive Web Apps that can control your lights, drive a car or even control a drone.
The average website is offline for 3 hours per month due to web hosting downtime. Here’s a case study that compares web hosting services and their average uptime in 2018.
It’s important to understand that all decisions involve emotions. In this article, Susan Weinschenk explains how you can make your users feel confident of their decisions and why it’s a bad idea to provide more than four options to choose from.
Tables frequently appear on the web but aren’t easy to design and code. This illustrated guide explains the table anatomy and how to build a table, keeping in mind its future elaboration.
Good performance is critical to delivering a good user experience, and iOS users often have high expectations of their apps. A slow and unresponsive app might make users give up on using your app or, worse, leave a bad rating.
It can be frustrating when you want to use a feature and discover that it is not supported or behaves differently across browsers. In this article, Rachel Andrew explains how CSS is evolving to make it easier to deal with them.
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Better estimates and pricing, applying psychology to UX, design workflow, refactoring, moving to a static site setup, CSS Grid techniques, performance and deployment patterns for HTTP/2.Explore all speakers and topics →
A glass of water and a lemon might not sound like anything spectacular. However, they are, if they are turned into a still life only with pure CSS, as Ben Evans did it.
Can’t Unsee is a great little game to put your design skills to the test. The challenge: select the design that looks “most correct”.
Gabe Ragland’s React Hook Recipes provide useful and easy-to-understand code examples to show how React Hooks work.
A yet another overview of Sketch plugins, but a good one. With batch renaming layers, style removal, merge duplicate symbols, and symbol organizer to tidy up your files.
If you’re running workshops, giving presentations or meetings that tend to take too long, the fullscreen countdown timer Big Timer helps you stick to the program.