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- How we make RWD sites load fast as heck
Scott shares the code that Filament Group are using to determine which style declarations are critical (and can be inlined) and which are non-critical (and can be loaded asynchronously). It makes quite a difference in perceived performance. By the way, I really, really like the terminology of "critical" and "non-critical" CSS, rather than "above the fold" and "below the fold" CSS.
- RWD Bloat - daverupert.com
Dave wanted to figure out if having a responsive site necessarily meant taking a performance hit, so he ran the numbers on his own site. It turns out all of performance-related issues are *not* related to responsive design.
- Code Responsibly
Ten facets of web development that you can choose to focus on. One of them is from me ...but other nine are worth paying attention to.
- Full-width pinned layouts with flexbox
Zoe uses one little case study to contrast two different CSS techniques: display-table and flexbox. Flexbox definitely comes out on top when it comes to true source-order independence.
- The Virtual Haircut That Could Change the World | Design | WIRED
A nice profile of BERG's Little Printer. That Matt Webb is a smart cookie. He is also a very thoughtful cookie.
- Jeremy Keith - Pencil vs Pixel
I met Cesar at An Event Apart in San Diego earlier this year. We had a nice lunchtime chat and he suggested that I come on his show, Pencil vs Pixel. I was, of course, honoured and I accepted his invitation immediately.
- MORNING, COMPUTER | Warren Ellis on Pacific Daylight Time
If you were in any doubt that Warren Ellis is going to blow the roof off the Brighton Dome at dConstruct, this is what happens when he decides to write a little something every day.
- How to build a device lab | Tutorial by Destiny Montague and Lara Swanson
A set of slides from Destiny Montague and Lara Swanson at Etsy with their advice on setting up a device lab. Lara also wrote about the device lab [on the Etsy code blog](http://codeascraft.com/2013/08/09/mobile-device-lab/).
I can relate to every single word that Bastian has written here. > The longer I look at boilerplates, build tools, frameworks and ways to make my life as a developer easier, the more I long for the basics.
- Let's Talk About RTL
Some very handy techniques for working with right-to-left text.
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