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Monthly Web Development Update 2/2019: Web Authentication And The Problem With UX

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Monthly Web Development Update 2/2019: Web Authentication And The Problem With UX Monthly Web Development Update 2/2019: Web Authentication And The Problem With UX Anselm Hannemann 2019-02-15T11:42:15+01:00 2019-02-15T15:04:40+00:00 The only constant in life is change, they say. And it’s true, even if we think nothing changes at all. Whether you notice change or not is only a question of how you perceive and how you observe things. In the tech industry, it’s easy to see how fast things evolve — …

Collective #492

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Inspirational Website of the Week: Florian Monfrini Smooth animations on scroll and modern typographic elements made us chose Florian Monfrini’s website as inspiration for this week. Get inspired Our Sponsor Meet The #1 WordPress Popup Plugin Build Popups in the same place you build your website, so your site design remains consistent and you are able to get more conversions. Check it out An Introduction To WebBluetooth Read all about WebBluetooth which makes it possible to create PWAs that can …

Managing Image Breakpoints With Angular

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Managing Image Breakpoints With Angular Managing Image Breakpoints With Angular Tamas Piros 2019-02-14T13:00:08+01:00 2019-02-14T15:04:43+00:00 As web developers, we are often required to create applications that are responsive as well as media-rich. Having such requirements in place means that we need to work with image breakpoints, as well as media queries since we want to provide the best experience to the end users. Adding to the list of requirements we may need to use a front-end framework such as Angular which …

An Introduction To WebBluetooth

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An Introduction To WebBluetooth An Introduction To WebBluetooth Niels Leenheer 2019-02-13T13:00:51+01:00 2019-02-13T15:04:28+00:00 With Progressive Web Apps, the web has been ever more closely moving towards native apps. However, with the added benefits that are inherent to the web such as privacy and cross-platform compatibility. The web has traditionally been fantastic about talking to servers on the network, and to servers on the Internet specifically. Now that the web is moving towards applications, we also need the same capabilities that native …

Webhosting Compared: Testing The Uptime Of 32 Hosts In 2018

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Webhosting Compared: Testing The Uptime Of 32 Hosts In 2018 Webhosting Compared: Testing The Uptime Of 32 Hosts In 2018 John Stevens 2019-02-12T12:00:22+01:00 2019-02-12T15:05:12+00:00 (This is a sponsored article.) Many surveys have indicated that uptime is number one factor when choosing a web host and although most, if not all, web hosting services “promise” 99.99% uptime, it’s not the case with our case-study. According to our latest research, the average uptime of 32 shared web hosting providers is 99.59%. That’s …

A/B Testing For Mobile-First Experiences

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A/B Testing For Mobile-First Experiences A/B Testing For Mobile-First Experiences Suzanne Scacca 2019-02-11T12:00:26+01:00 2019-02-11T15:03:24+00:00 Your client’s website is done. They’re thrilled with it. You and your team are satisfied with the results. And visitor reception looks good so far. While I recognize that a lot of research, experimentation, analysis and review went into the creation of the website, is that all there is to building a winning website these days? I’d argue that the mobile-first web has added a layer …

Collective #491

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New JavaScript Features That Will Change How You Write Regex Faraz Kelhini explains the new JavaScript features that enhance text processing capabilities. Read it Affiliate Link Vue.js 2 Cookbook: Build modern, interactive web applications with Vue.js 101 hands-on recipes that teach you how to build professional, structured web apps with Vue.js. Check it out IVID IVID is an interactive video player for modern browsers that is easy to setup and use. Check it out Paint the Picture, Not the Frame: …

Collective #490

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Inspirational Website of the Week: A Gauche de la Lune A beautiful, clean design with many stylish details. Our pick this week. Get inspired Rendering on the Web Jason Miller and Addy Osmani explain the crucial terminology around web rendering. Read it Affiliate Link React Design Patterns and Best Practices A book that will teach you how to build modular applications that are easy to scale using the most powerful components and design patterns that React can offer you right …

How People Make Decisions

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How People Make Decisions How People Make Decisions Susan Weinschenk 2019-02-07T13:30:37+01:00 2019-02-07T15:05:47+00:00 (This article is sponsored by Adobe.) Kelly’s in charge of choosing IT cloud services at her company. She has signed the company up for a chatbot service, and has had the “Pro” level service (not the “Free” or “Standard”) for two years. It’s time for the annual renewal. Will she renew? Will she decide to renew, but switch to the free service only? Is there anything about the …

How To Architect A Complex Web Table

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How To Architect A Complex Web Table How To Architect A Complex Web Table Slava Shestopalov 2019-02-06T13:00:00+01:00 2019-02-06T15:05:28+00:00 Imagine you design a system for data researchers. Or an application for energy management. Or a dashboard for corn traders. Maybe you’re designing something like that right now. In all the mentioned cases, people will expect tables. Not those fancy ones from design inspiration sites but Excel-looking monsters with hundreds of cells and complex interaction. In this case, a designer faces many …