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When creating a multi-step form in which a file is uploaded and manipulated, if the application is running on several servers behind a load balancer, then we need to make sure that the file is available all throughout the execution of the process, …
In this tutorial, we’ll program three-dimensional objects and add simple interactions to these objects. Additionally, you can learn how to build a simple message passing system between clients and servers.
Animated GIFs are popular on the web for good reason. They provide more engagement than an ordinary image, while remaining more digestible compared to a typical video. However GIFs are a terrible format for storing video and are often huge in size …
In this post the newest member of the Smashing Team — Bruce Lawson — looks back on a successful Smashing Conf NY.
A 404 page should do more than apologize for poor navigation on behalf of your website. Here’s why making an effort with a 404 page could better your website’s chances of people coming back despite the inconvenience, and how to track those errors to …
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 →
Both please! Scott Jehl shows how to use the new caches API and service workers to avoid a longstanding drawback of inlining files.
“An idea shared is more powerful than one that’s hidden. A technology standard outperforms a proprietary one. A community is stronger than divided individuals ever could be.” Seth Godin wrote a short but meaningful post on the network effect.
“CSS can prove to be a substantial bottleneck on the network. Let’s see how we can mitigate it, thus shortening the Critical Path and reducing our time to Start Render.” Harry Roberts takes a closer look at CSS and network performance.
A few days ago, at the beyond tellerand conference in Berlin, Andy Budd gave an inspiring talk about design leadership and things that work well as well as things that don’t work at all in companies. The recording is now available.
Andy Clarke summarized how to implement dark mode on products and websites and what you need to consider to maintain accessibility and readability when doing so.
Variable fonts bring along entirely new typographic possibilities. Oliver Schöndorfer shows how you can use them and how to implement a fallback with classic web fonts.