Archive: August 31st, 2019
This is why we need an
nth-letter selector in CSS .
Automatically generates icons and splash screens based on Web App Manifest specs and Apple Human Interface Guidelines. Updates manifest.json and index.html files with the generated images.
A handy command line tool. Though be aware that it will generate the shit-ton of
link elements for splash screens that Apple demands you provide for a multitude of different screen sizes.
If you treat data as a constraint in your design and development process, you’ll likely be able to brainstorm a large number of different ways to keep data usage to a minimum while still providing an excellent experience. Doing less doesn’t mean it has to feel broken.
Replying to a tweet from @dunstan
I’ll take “Horse and music” for 200 please, Alex.
Replying to a tweet from @ianand
Disallowing is one option, but another could be to rewrite script elements to be inert during preload and activated on actual load.