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Bookmarks tagged with “via:dotcode”

  1. The Hamburger Menu Doesn’t Work - Deep Design

    For next time I’m trying and failing to remember where I last read an article like this. (via Dotcode)

  2. Simple Team Performance Management - iDoneThis

    Seems a nice idea: “Reply to an evening email reminder with what you did that day. The next day, get a digest with what everyone on the team got done.” I like email as an interface to things. (via @dotcode)

  3. The top 20 data visualisation tools | Feature | .net magazine

    A nice summary of everything from Excel to Gephi. (via Dotcode)

  4. Cross Browser Testing Tool. 100+ Browsers, Mobile, Real IE.

    Sounds good. Jude said it was good, which is good enough for me. Good. (via Dotcode)

  5. About HTML semantics and front-end architecture – Nicolas Gallagher

    Really good in-depth thoughts about writing HTML/CSS. Reminds me a bit of that SMACSS style guide (which I can *never* remember the name/acronym for). (via Dotcode)

  6. Wysihtml5 - A better approach to rich text editing

    Looks nice. IE8+ (and other modernish browsers). (via @dotcode)

  7. A Baseline for Front-End Developers - Adventures in JavaScript Development

    All good stuff. But I must admit, after doing front end dev work (not solely, but a lot) over the past, what, 17 years, these days it’s really, really hard to keep up. (via Dotcode)

  8. Learn to speak vim - verbs, nouns, and modifiers!

    A nice general description of vim commands. possibly easier and more useful than trying to remember specifics. (via Dotcode)

  9. A Case Against Using CoffeeScript ☃ Ryan Florence Online

    I’ve never used CoffeeScript, but I just enjoy reading nicely-written articles about code like this. (via Dotcode)

  10. Knyle Style Sheets — Warpspire

    Nice idea, a parseable format for commenting CSS. (via Dotcode)

  11. Performance Calendar » PNG that works

    Everything you need to know about PNGs on the web in one handy, well-explained page. (via Dotcode)

  12. How to build a web widget (using jQuery) - Alex Marandon

    Good, clearly written, tutorial on writing a widget that will be included on third party websites. (via Dotcode)

  13. Minify - Google Code

    “Minify is a PHP5 app that can combine multiple CSS or Javascript files, compress their contents, and serve the results with HTTP encoding and headers that allow optimal client-side caching.” (via Dotcode)

  14. When can I use…

    “Compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.” A lot of waiting involved. (via Dotcode)

  15. Sending XHTML as text/html Considered Harmful

    Apparently definitive version of why mindlessly doing sites as XHTML is wrong. (via Dotcode)

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