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  1. ShopTalk 088: With Scott Jehl

    This week we were joined by Scott Jehl, a progressive enhancer at Filament Group. We talked about (roughly in order):

    News’n’Links’n’Drama:

    • 15:48 Godaddy aquired Media Temple

    Q & A:

    • 24:30 I want to use a ‘mobile first’ approach, but the client wants to see the desktop version first. How would you solve this little problem?
    • 31:14 I’m trying to understand Javascript templating. I’ve heard of Mustache/Handlebars, but not sure how it’s implemented. What are the pros/cons of it?
    • 42:58 I manage an established, spaghetti-coded academic department website. A redesign is on its way but the menu is still hover based. I needed a quick, temporary fix.
    • 51:43 My question is about vanilla javascript performance and libraries. What if you already have jQuery running, should you still write as much as possible in plain javascript?

    http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/088-scott-jehl/

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  2. 24: Scott Jehl on Responsible Responsive Design and Progressive Enhancement, Part Two

    Scott Jehl is a designer and developer working at Filament Group. Scott is also an author and speaks regularly at conferences like An Event Apart. In this interview, Scott and I discuss progressive enhancement and his book, Responsible Responsive Design.

    http://developertea.com/episodes/8788

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  3. 24: Scott Jehl on Responsible Responsive Design and Progressive Enhancement, Part One

    Scott Jehl is a designer and developer working at Filament Group. Scott is also an author and speaks regularly at conferences like An Event Apart. In this interview, Scott and I discuss progressive enhancement and his book, Responsible Responsive Design.

    http://developertea.com/episodes/8787

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  4. 5by5 | The Big Web Show #57: Scott Jehl

    Scott Jehl joins Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin to discuss the recent responsive resign of the Boston Globe, jQuery, the jQuery Mobile project, writing and speaking about web design, and his new book, Designing with Progressive Enhancement.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/57

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  5. 118: Responsive Images, Picturefill, and Web Standards

    Scott Jehl and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss the picture element: a container for multiple images. Making the emerging W3C standard picture element work in today’s browsers. Polyfills and progressive enhancement. Responsible responsive design. Shim versus polyfill; srcset versus picture; the prefix wars. Balancing company projects and open source, community projects.

    Picturefill is a responsive images polyfill approach that web designers and developers can use today.

    Scott Jehl

    is a web designer and developer who works with the bright folks at Filament Group, where he creates websites and applications for a range of clients (including the 2012 responsive design of the Boston Globe). He is an active contributor to the open source community, frequently releasing ideas and projects on Github; a jQuery team member (most recently leading the development of the jQuery Mobile project); and the co-author of Designing With Progressive Enhancement (New Riders: 2010)

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/118

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  6. Progressive Enhancement, Revisited, with Aaron Gustafson «CTRL+CLICK CAST

    Author, developer and web standards evangelist Aaron Gustafson returns to the show to discuss progressive enhancement and how fundamental concepts are still relevant today. We discuss development philosophies as well as dive into development specifics of progressive enhancement, how planning and responsive design fits in, as well as the business and user case for always developing with progressive enhancement in mind.

    https://ctrlclickcast.com/episodes/progressive-enhancement-revisited

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  7. Progressive Enhancement, Revisited, with Aaron Gustafson «CTRL+CLICK CAST

    Author, developer and web standards evangelist Aaron Gustafson returns to the show to discuss progressive enhancement and how fundamental concepts are still relevant today. We discuss development philosophies as well as dive into development specifics of progressive enhancement, how planning and responsive design fits in, as well as the business and user case for always developing with progressive enhancement in mind.

    https://ctrlclickcast.com/episodes/progressive-enhancement-revisited

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  8. Progressive Enhancement, Revisited, with Aaron Gustafson «CTRL+CLICK CAST

    Author, developer and web standards evangelist Aaron Gustafson returns to the show to discuss progressive enhancement and how fundamental concepts are still relevant today. We discuss development philosophies as well as dive into development specifics of progressive enhancement, how planning and responsive design fits in, as well as the business and user case for always developing with progressive enhancement in mind.

    http://ctrlclickcast.com/episodes/progressive-enhancement-revisited

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  9. Experience Development pt. 2: Progressive Enhancement with Jeremy Keith

    This week Steve and I get a chance to sit down with Jeremy Keith of Clearleft and talk about a topic that is very near and dear to our hearts: Progressive Enhancement. We clear up the common confusion between PE and a similar (but very different) concept in software development called graceful degradation, and even get into JavaScript frameworks. Tune in this week to learn from the master, in part 2 of our Experience Development series.

    http://www.freshtilledsoil.com/experience-development-pt-2/

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  10. Offline Web Experiences with Jeremy Keith «CTRL+CLICK CAST

    Why should we plan for offline? How can service workers help? Developer and author Jeremy Keith dives into the whys and hows of building good offline web experiences.

    https://ctrlclickcast.com/episodes/offline-web-experiences

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