This is a wonderful walkthrough of how Cloud Four progressively enhanced their site into a Progressive Web App over a six-month period.
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I was originally interested in AMP, but the shine has work off. I’m turning it off as well.
Here’s Alex’s Follow up: One Month Without AMP.
It’s both key and often forgotten: “The browser statistics that matter are the browser usage statics of your web site, and nobody else’s”.
I love how accessible this article makes the idea of progressively enhancing layouts. Great job Manuel!
Val makes this concept very easy to understand.
Some interesting ideas here.
I won’t say “I want my internet back,” because that’s a myth of an innocent past that was never all that innocent. But it’s high time to build the internet that we wanted all along: a network designed to respect privacy, a network designed to be secure, and a network designed to impose reasonable controls on behavior. And a network with few barriers to entry—in particular, the certainty of ISP extortion as new services pay to get into the “fast lane.”
Grid is awesome, except when it isn’t.
More insightful and useful patterns from Heydon Pickering.
I learned a bunch about CSS Grid layout form this quick-hit piece by Manuel. Definitely worth a read!