Trent offers some excellent advice for dealing with the effects of the iPad’s retina display on your websites. That advice is: don’t panic.
Link archive: May 8th, 2012
A great article by Karen pointing to the real problem with the mobile strategies of so many companies: they are locked in by their CMS.
This is very, very good. It gets a little unhinged towards the end but Jonathan Harris’s initial comparisons of software with medicine are spot-on.
If you’re based anywhere near Frome in Somerset, get in touch with Cole—he’s putting together a communal device testing lab.
Proposition to change the prefixing policy from Florian Rivoal on 2012-05-04 (firstname.lastname@example.org from May 2012)
This seems like a sensible way for browsers to approach implementing vendor-prefixed CSS properties.
Paul has open-sourced his front-end style guide and put it up on Github. It’s a very handy starting point for making your own.
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This is the absolutely worst way to think about browser support: because the design doesn’t render “pixel perfect” (whatever that means) in a browser, that browser is blocked from accessing content. This is completely unnecessary and shows a fundamental lack of understanding of the web’s greatest feature: progressive enhancement.