On Style Maintenance | CSS-Tricks This is a very thoughtful analysis of different approaches to writing maintainable CSS, which—let’s face it—is the hard bit. I often joke that I don’t want to hire a code ninja. Ninjas come in the middle of the night and leave a bloody mess. I want a code janitor. Someone who walks the hallways of
Refreshing The Verge: no platform like home - The Verge Mandy is fighting the good fight for the open web from within Vox Media. Her publishing tools have been built with a secret weapon… This practice — which I refer to unoriginally as progressively enhanced storytelling — also has the added benefit of helping us make our content more accessible to mor
Daring Fireball: Why Do Websites Publish AMP Pages? John is rightly puzzled by AMP: Can someone explain to me why a website would publish AMP versions of their articles? Sadly, there is an answer to that question: if a website is so bloated and horrible to use that people won’t stick around to read an article, then AMP starts to look like a good op
Rockets of India - Medium The fascinating history of India’s space program is the jumping-off point for a comparison of differing cultural attitudes to space exploration in Anab’s transcript of her Webstock talk, published on Ev’s blog. From astronauts to afronauts, from cosmonauts to vyomanauts, how can deep space explorat
Flex-grow 9999 Hack This is an unintuitive—but very handy—use of of the flex-grow property. The use-case outlined here is fairly common.