It’s super frustrating when bugs pop up only in a remote browser. Something about that user, that device, or that environment is different, but I don’t know what! And of course, I can’t recreate it on my local development machine. The team at TrackJS came up with a cool way to connect and debug these […]
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Using :hover to display additional information or elements is a very useful technique but a big drawback to using the hover pseudo-class is that they are usually not accessibility-friendly. Not everyone uses a mouse and some users have visual impairments, so they rely on screen readers or the keyboard — two functionality that don’t technically […]
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Do you think you have what it takes to ship great software? I’ll let you in on a secret: it’s not easy and takes a lot of effort—but it’s all skills that you can learn. Here’s my checklist for getting software projects done, in a way that they actually ship and actually work well: Learn […]
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I like hand-editing my SVGs. Often I will create an initial version in Illustrator, and then export and continue with hand editing. Not only is it a bit of a meditative experience and it satisfies my obsessive-compulsive tendencies to clean up the code, it has actual practical benefits when you need to make certain changes […]
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Let’s talk about ereaders. And first, let’s talk about Kindles. I got my first Kindle in April 2009. Almost exactly 10 years ago. Goddaaaaamn, time flies. I didn’t buy into the whole Kindle hype at first. But I decided to try out the Kindle 2, skeptically. And I was hooked. I wound up buying several Kindles over the years, upgrading not at every new version, but every 2-3 years. I got the PaperWhite 4 late last year – as soon as it was available for preorder. And I loved it. Then I started thinking about getting the Oasis 2, mainly Continue reading