Archive: August 6th, 2016
CSS Writing Mode
Some nifty layout tricks using the
writing-mode property in CSS.
Service worker meeting notes - JakeArchibald.com
Jake has written up the notes from the most recent gathering to discuss service workers. If you have any feedback on any of the proposed changes or additions to the spec, please add them. This proposal is the biggie:
We’re considering allowing the browser to run multiple concurrent instances of a service worker.
Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: AMP your content - A Preview of AMP’ed results in Search
Google’s search results now include AMP pages in the regular list of results (not just in a carousel). They’re marked with a little grey lightning bolt next to the word AMP.
The experience of opening of those results is certainly fast, but feels a little weird—like you haven’t really gone to the website yet, but instead that you’re still tethered to the search results page.
Clicking on a link within an AMP spawns a new window, which reinforces the idea of the web as something separate to AMP (much as they still like to claim that AMP is “a subset of HTML”—at this point, it really, really isn’t).
React Isomorphic Demo
25 years ago the world changed forever | W3C Blog
On August 6th, 1991, Tim Berners-Lee sent a message to alt.hypertext newsgroup announcing his WorldWideWeb project.