http://collectiveidea.com/blog/archives/2014/01/21/mocking-html5-apis-using-phantomjs-extensions/ An interesting look at how you can test your code with HTML5 API’s where you can’t mock with something like VCR.
Month: February 2014
Popular screen resolutions from http://www.w3counter.com/globalstats.php Responsive design testing is critical when you’re building a responsive site. However, this testing takes a lot of effort due to the large number of devices and resolutions. Today we’re going to take a brief look at some techniques you can use to make this easier.
http://webdesigner-webdeveloper.com/weblog/about-inline-blocks/ An in-depth review of inline-blocks in HTML. Most front-end developers will probably “know” most of this, but it’s good to see a clear, organized presentation of the information. Via http://tinyletter.com/assaf/letters/weekend-reading-r-actualmoney
http://css-tricks.com/thought-process-front-end-problem/ This. So this.
http://www.mobilemarketer.com/cms/news/research/17101.html The article refers to “Responsive Delivery” which is a term I hadn’t heard before. It seems to be a concept where you still send CSS/HTML/JS to all devices, but you change what resources/components you send based on the device. I’m not sure how this would be easier than RWD, but maybe with some specific… Read more