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Incrementally improving the perceived performance of Ajax interactions.
Assume a perfectly spherical web browser…
Progressive, not regressive, enhancement.
Trying to write long-lasting code when you’re working in an agency.
A handsome redesign with a touch of playfulness.
Whither Google Analytics and Do Not Track?
A simple little pattern for form submissions.
Seb and Remy will be dropping knowledge bombs.
Hijax, Youjax, we all jax for Pjax.
The web is not a platform.
Hold me closer.
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Delving into old-fashioned parsing rules.
Applying progressive enhancement to responsive navigation patterns.
Liveblogging Scott’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
The only correct coding style is the one everyone is agreeing to use.
When it’s a void.
Scripting Tufte’s bite-sized charts.
A day of front-end fun in Brighton.
Keep them updates scrollin’.
The audio (and transcript) is available for your listening (and reading) pleasure.
The results are in. Here’s what you came up with to solve the problem of conditional loading with CSS.
Read the transcript of my talk from An Event Apart 2010.
The transcript of the audio of the video of the talk from Build.
How I wish that conference audio were as widespread of conference video. Speaking of which, I’ve transcribed my talk from the Update conference.
Progressively enhancing form fields.
Tidying up some code I used in a 24 Ways article.
A little script to automatically generate a document of markup patterns.
Listen, watch or read the presentation.
The transcription of the audio of the panel: hot stuff!
A searchable record of the mobile browser panel.
The web is agreement.
Everything new is old again.
Listen in to a conversation I had about responsive web design.
Lazy responsiveness or responsive laziness.
Another way of ensuring Internet Explorer gets your layout styles.
Attempting to patch a bug in Mobile Safari.
How hash-bang URLs violate the robustness principle.
My name is Jeremy and I am a URL fetishist.
My first book has been updated (though not by me).
A transcript courtesy of Twitter.
Be in Brighton on November 20th.
For your reading and/or listening pleasure.
Learn DOM Scripting and Ajax in the Big Apple.
Brighton misses Joe Clark.
I spoke at Reboot. A written version is now online.
Making podcasts accessible.