Caching explained in a simple fashion.
Just what you’ve always wanted, it’s a caniuse command line tool! All the power of caniuse.com with none of the nice UI or interactivity!
Nifty. It’s always a hassle to open another browser tab whilst coding.
Static site generators are great, and this is one of the better ones I’ve tried.
It’s easy for sites with rich content to run into performance issues on mobile devices. If you’ve ever browsed a content site that has a heavy footprint on desktop, chances are, the site wasn’t the fastest you’ve ever visited when you viewed it on your phone or tablet.
Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project aims to solve these issues and make the user’s browsing experience “instant”, especially on resource-constrained mobile devices. The AMP project relies on existing standards and current technologies, so how exactly does it accomplish better performance? Largely by restricting what developers are able to incorporate into their sites.
This is a really good initiative.
Wraith uses either PhantomJS, CasperJS or SlimerJS to create screen-shots of webpages on different environments and then creates a diff of the two images, the affected areas are highlighted in blue.
Made by the BBC News dev team.
This is huge news.