When the conversation about the value of “View Source” rolls around, the #1 response I hear is along these lines:
No way, Jose! I use View Source all the time! It’s very useful when you want to look at the raw HTML, not the DOM.
Yes, that is
End-to-end testing is awesome because it mirrors the user’s experience. Where you might need a ton of unit tests to get good coverage (the kind where you test that a function returns a value you expect), you can write a single end-to-end test that acts like a real human as
Much is made of the need for inspiration in design work. While most of a designer’s job is sweating the details, we all still need that little spark to get us going. We need (or at least enjoy having) that one initial idea or concept to get us started on
I’ve been waiting to write this post for a very very very long time. Work on this v8 site started in February of this year. This is version 8 in the 4.5 years we’ve been in existence.
Rebuilding Scotch has always been a fun project for me. Getting
Including high quality blogs and other forms of useful, interesting content is a great way to boost SEO and encourage repeat visits to a website. However, with everyone playing the same game, getting visitors flowing to a new site can still be touch
BuilderX is a screen design tool that codes React Native* for you. It generates beautiful, readable and editable code for the designs. Just design the components in your app, or import your Sketch file and it generates the corresponding code. You can hop between design and code with just a
I enjoy front-end developer thought progression articles like this one by James Nash. Say you have a button which needs to work in “normal” conditions (light backgrounds) and one with reverse-colors for going on dark backgrounds. Do you have a modifier class on the button itself? How about on the
Today is the big day! My Google Tag Manager course that I’ve been carefully crafting this entire summer is now open for enrollment. If you are just starting with Google Tag Manager or are a fresh intermediate user, then this is for you.
This time, I will not tell
A new Chrome feature dubbed “Blink LazyLoad” is designed to dramatically improve performance by deferring the load of below-the-fold images and third-party
The goals of this bold experiment are to improve the overall render speed of content that appears within a user’s viewport (also known as above-the-fold), as well as,
While this tends to be the time of year when things start to slow a bit in the design world, there are still trends that are worth paying attention to as you plan future projects. One element that stands out quite distinctly is