Wir nähern uns langsam dem Ende. Tag 5 stand ganz im Zeichen einer Wanderung auf den Brocken.Weitergucken…
Weekly RecapSunday, 27. Apr 2014
It’s sunday again already. Most of the past week I was on vacation and followed the web community only a little. Let’s see what we’ve got:
12 Little-Known CSS Facts
I’m sure there is something in there for everyone.
View your local websites on any internet connected device, it’s really awesome and currently in some kind of beta and free to use. I highly recommend you give it a try.
A Different Letter to a Junior Designer
Fits for Developers as well.
An analytics tools to find out what the cost of your non-responsive images is.
Inline SVG vs Icon Fonts
Spoiler: If you can get away with the browser support, Inline SVG wins. However, read the article.
One of those “Things I’m Learning the Hard Way” posts
Meagan Fisher about her experiences going freelance as a designer.
elf02 WordPress Responsive Images Plugin
Another interesting approach to incorporate responsive images with picturefill v2 into WordPress. Fully backwards compatible if you someday choose to disable the plugin. Looks pretty good to me, but haven’t tried it, yet.
Make a static site editable with this database-free CMS.
Day 4 of our vacation in the Harz Mountains last year.Weitergucken…
Weekly RecapSunday, 20. Apr 2014
Happy Easter everyone! It was a slow week for me and thus it’s the shortest list since starting the Weekly Recap series, I apologise. Nevertheless, enjoy the links and don’t forget so spend some time with your family. Cheers!
CSSconf EU 2014
After the huge success last year, the CSSconf EU is coming back this year. I hope to be there this year.
gulp – The vision, history, and future of the project
Interesting background information on gulp.js.
Picturefill Version 2 (Alpha) with native picture element support by Scott Jehl is here.
WordPress 3.9 “Smith”
Version 3.9 of WordPress was released this week. It features easier image upload and editing and much more. I use it on this blog since it’s early alpha and recommend you update you blog, too.
Hassle Free Responsive Images for WordPress
Interesting and well done solution but I’m hesitant to using it because if one would ever disable this plugin, all the shortcodes and therefore all images won’t work anymore.
If you work with icon fonts, this is THE web app for you. I use it all the time to create custom icon fonts.