All of this has happened before: Remember the AOL keyword?
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A new web series “exploring how customer success creates successful products”. Keeping an eye on this one.
getUserMedia() is now in Microsoft Edge!
Adaptive images & more land in Firefox 38!
This is getting to be a habit: Google is shuttering its PageSpeed service
ESPN launched its responsive site. I still need to tuck into it, but here’s a little background as to why:
In January, 61 percent of ESPN’s roughly 94 million users in the United States were viewing content exclusively on mobile devices, with a good chunk of that viewing content on its mobile web version. For a massive company like Disney trying to make a shift to mobile like any other content-driven company, a test of a new mobile web strategy for a large property like ESPN is critical.
Testing “new” tech isn’t really a new thing for ESPN. Those of you who have been on the web a while might remember it being one of the first really big sites to embrace CSS and web standards, back in 2003.
Coding HTML emails is one of those necessary evils, but Ted Goas offers some helpful advice and links in this post.
This is an open letter to designers and developers who’d rather not work on email.
And then it was revealed:
Windows["Microsoft Edge"] = new Browser();
I gotta believe the origins of the name go back to IE8’s “version targeting” scheme. Remember this?
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />