This week I’ve got a lot of links to share with you. So let’s get started:
As CNN mobile traffic hits 40%, editor calls web vs. apps debate â€˜red herringâ€™
While the mobile web visitor numbers of CNN grow they decide to equally push their mobile website as well as their apps. Read about why they decide to do so.
Sky parental controls break jQuery website
A good reason for hosting jQuery or something similar yourself instead of relying on an external service like code.jquery.com.
BBC News Responsive Beta
This is a link to a responsive Beta theme of the BBC News. Looks pretty awesome.
net awards 2014
The voting is now open until March, 24th. Awesome people to vote for.
IE and Chrome usage over time
What a beautiful chart. Look at IE8.
Brad Frost makes you think about the little word â€œJustâ€. Highly recommended read.
Whatâ€™s with putting the CSS in the head?
Interesting article that advocates putting CSS in the head instead of storing it in a separate file. He makes convincing arguments. We just need a simple way to automate the transition from developing in separate files to including the CSS in the head in the final production site.
Things Iâ€™ve Learned On Planet Earth
Not development related but nevertheless a great list by Daniel Eden.
Understanding the GitHub Workflow
This is a nice and easy to understand explanation of how the GitHub Workflow works.
YOU MIGHT NOT NEED JQUERY
You might not need images. That's what is weighing down the average web page – not JS libraries.— Addy Osmani (@addyosmani) January 31, 2014
- The first year as a themeforest author
Very interesting article on selling themes on ThemeForest. Sounds fun, even though the earnings aren’t that much, considering they need to suffice for two people.