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- First impressions of React
I’m following Remy’s experiments with great interest—his approach sounds like the holy grail: I’m trying to build a web app that uses progressive enhancement as a design principle with state as a core value to the coding approach.
- Web Animation Workshops
Val Head and Sarah Drasner have teamed up to offer a two-day workshop on web animation. If you have a chance to attend, do it!
- Responses To The Screen Reader Strategy Survey | HeydonWorks
Heydon asked screen readers some questions about their everyday interactions with websites. The answers quite revealing: if you’re using headings and forms correctly, you’re already making life a lot easier for them.
- IndieWebCamp Brighton 2016 | Flickr
Lovely, lovely photos from this weekend’s Indie Web Camp.
This is rather lovely: explore a network of nodes, each of which contains the audio of a child describing a dream. Inspired by the concept of an 8th continent to which all children belong, RadioEight is an interactive soundscape dedicated to the hidden world of dreams.
- Web development as a hack of hacks - QuirksBlog
PPK reads a Hacker News thread so you don’t have to.
- How do I learn? - Snook.ca
I can very much relate to Jonathan’s learning process (except for the bit about reading Hacker News—spit): Reading Building Writing I think I read about 20-30 times more than I write, but the writing part is still crucial for helping me get stuff straight in my own head.
- The Internet Should Be a Public Good | Jacobin
A gripping history lesson of the internet and the ARPANET before it, emphasising the role of government funding. Silicon Valley often likes to pretend that innovation is the result of entrepreneurs tinkering in garages. But most of the innovation on which Silicon Valley depends comes from governmen
- Proposal to CSSWG, Sept 2016 // Speaker Deck
Jen has some ideas for a new CSS Region spec to turbo-boost Grid. I’m still trying to wrap my head around it, but in the meantime, if you have feedback on this, please let her know.
- Progressive Web Apps Simply Make Sense - Cloud Four
Progressive Web Apps versus native is the wrong question because every step on the path to a Progressive Web App makes sense on its own, irrespective of what a company does with their native apps. Not all of your customers are going to have your app installed. For those who visit via the web, prov
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