Great photos from a great gathering.
Sunday, April 17th, 2016
Friday, April 15th, 2016
If you want to keep up to date with all the coolest stuff landing in CSS, I recommend bookmarking this ever-changing page.
I wasn’t aware of the forthcoming
SameSite attribute for cookies—sounds very sensible indeed.
A step-by-step walkthrough of how GitHub has tweaked its Content Security Policy over time. There are some valuable insights here, and I’m really, really happy to see companies share this kind of information.
As well as compèring the event, Chris took the time to make notes at the Clarity conference, dedicated to all things patterny.
Thursday, April 14th, 2016
A trip down memory lane with Håkon.
It’s not like the web has been done. This is history in the making. The web is only 25 years old. It’s going to be around for a long time, so there are lots of things to develop.
A profile of the Internet Archive, but this time focusing on its physical space.
The Archive is a third place unlike any other.
This looks like it could be a very nifty tool to have at your disposal while coding. I like that it’s editor-agnostic.
A data-driven look at impact of performance:
Painters and Hackers: nothing in common whatsoever, but this are classical painters depictions of software engineering.
Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
I quite like this step-by-step interface for a form, all cleverly handled with the
:focus pseudo-class. I’d want to refine some of the usability issues before using it in production, but the progressive disclosure is nice.
Sunday, April 10th, 2016
One of these days I’m going to step outside of my PHP comfort zone and actually build something in Node. One of these days. When I do, this book looks like a good place to start (and the online version is free).
Here’s a clever way to get text centred when it’s short, but left-aligned when it wraps.
Saturday, April 9th, 2016
If you’re at all interested in public speaking, this is a great insight by Lara into what it’s like on the day of a talk.
Friday, April 8th, 2016
I think the move away from side projects toward doing a startup day one is not all good. There was something great about the ability to experiment with an idea before committing to it and before sucking other people’s money into it.
History, as the future will know it, is happening today on the web. And so it is the web that we must capture, package, and preserve for future generations to see who we are today.
Digital archivists run up against mismatched expectations:
But did you know that a large majority of web users think that when sharing their thoughts, images, and videos online they are going to be preserved in perpetuity? No matter how many licenses the general population clicks “Agree” to, or however many governing policies are developed that state the contrary, the millions of people sharing their content on websites still believe that there is an implicit accountability that should be upheld by the site owners.