Tagged with “css” (56)

  1. 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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  2. Laying Out the Future with Rachel Andrew | The Web Ahead

    Everything about web page layout is changing. New CSS specifications will make it possible to do designs we’ve never seen before. Rachel Andrew joins Jen Simmons to talk about what’s happening.

    http://www.thewebahead.net/114

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  3. dotCSS 2015 - Daniel Eden - Move Slow and Fix Things

    Filmed at http://2015.dotcss.io on December 4th in Paris. More talks on http://thedotpost.com

    Over the 8 years of its life, Dropbox’s CSS codebase has grown to a considerable scale. Dan talks about how their CSS has grown, the pains of inheriting a large CSS codebase, and some of the approaches for refactoring and scaling CSS at scale.

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  4. Revision 250: Achtung Baby! | Working Draft

    For our 250th episode, we managed to get our greedy hands on no one less than Bruce Lawson from Opera. Having barely returned from a trip to Asia and still dizzy from his jetlag, we managed to extract a whole bunch of classified information on CSS Houdini out of him (also thanks to our German interview style).

    http://workingdraft.de/250/

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  5. CODE GENIUS - Cascading Shit Show by Jacob Thornton

    Jacob Thornton presents at Code Genius.

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  6. SmashingConf Freiburg: Resilience — Building a Robust Web That Lasts

    This is "SmashingConf Freiburg: Resilience — Building a Robust Web That Lasts" by Smashing Magazine on Vimeo.

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  7. Jeremy Keith: Resilience

    Web browsers have become so powerful that developers are now treating them as if they were a runtime environment as predictable as any other. But the truth is that we still need to deal with many unknown factors that torpedo our assumptions.

    The web is where Postel’s Law meets Murphy’s Law. So we can’t treat web development is if it were just another flavour of software. Instead we must work with the grain of the web. Fortunately there are tried and tested approaches to building for the web that will result in experiences that are robust, flexible, and resilient.

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  8. A UI20 Podcast with Jenn Lukas – Developing a Living Style Guide with CSS

    The notion of being a “designer who can code” has been a prevalent topic in recent years. Delivering static PDFs and working in photoshop is seen as inefficient in some circles. Being able to create a clickable or even responsive mockup to present to developers and stakeholders can be a better way to show your intent. It’s also much easier to iterate by changing a few lines of code. One of the greatest benefits of using CSS is speaking the same language as your developers. Jenn Lukas takes it a step further. She shares the example of using a unitless line-height. Instead of looking at it in terms of pixels or em values, view it as a multiplier. This allows you to keep a coherent size across multiple devices and screens. Having this common language aids in creating a more collaborative feel to conversations with developers versus dictating to them what to do. Designers don’t even necessarily need to know the whole gamut of CSS in order to design this way. Being able to use just enough code to create an interface element that not only shows how it should look and work but actually displays it in action is a powerful communication tool. Additionally, you create this living style guide that more closely resembles what the actual finished product will look like and how it will behave.

    http://ui20.uie.com/blog/a-ui20-podcast-with-jenn-lukas-developing-a-living-style-guide-with-css

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  9. The Web Ahead #105: Progressive Enhancement with Aaron Gustafson

    Progressive Enhancement is a core principle of the web. But these days it seems a lot of folks don’t quite understand what it’s about. Aaron Gustafson joins Jen Simmons to break it down, and explain why and how your website should be built using the principles of Progressive Enhancement.

    http://5by5.tv/webahead/105

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  10. 180: Panel on “Inline Styles” - ShopTalk

    This week we’ve got a panel discussion with Colin, Nicole, Jed and Jeremy talking the hottest of hotdrama: Inline Styles. Is CSS dead? Is JavaScript the singularity that will take over the Web? Tune in to find out!

    http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/180-panel-on-inline-styles/

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