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Editor's Note: Welcome to this month's web development update. Anselm has summarized the most important happenings in the web community that have taken place over the past few weeks in one handy list for you. Enjoy! As web developers, we're working in a very diverse environment: We have countless options to specialize in, but it's impossible to keep up with everything. This week I read an article from a developer who realized that even though he has been building stuff for the web for over seven years, sometimes he just doesn't understand what's going on: "I'm slamming my keyboard in frustration as another mysterious error appears in my build script," he writes.The post Monthly Web Development Update 10/2017: CSS Grid, CAA Pitfalls, And Image Optimization appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:Tomas Votruba: How To Convert All Your Symfony Service Configs to Autodiscovery Michelangelo van Dam: A word about my Have I Been Pwned package Rob Allen: Serverless PHP on AWS Lambda Michael Dyrynda: Customising Laravel's URL signing key
So how do you sell a design system to the client? How do you establish a shared commitment within the company to put a pattern library on the roadmap? As designers and developers, we often know and see the benefits of an overarching system that radiates consistency throughout the different experiences of a company. But sometimes it's seen as a very unpredictable investment, and the value isn't necessarily visible right away. In his article on Selling Design Systems, Dan Mall suggests to illustrate how fractured an organization is by printing out its different presences online and putting them on a large board as an example of all the wasted money and effort that goes into making sites from scratch, one-by-one, needlessly reinventing the wheel every time.The post On Design Systems: Sell The Output, Not The Workflow appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
One of the biggest questions for any design freelancer is "what should I charge?" The second question is "should I publish a price list for potential clients?" The answer to the first question includes a lot of variables, and only you can determine what a fair market rate is for the quality and scope of […]
15-0343 TCX, also known as “Greenery,” is the name of the color of the year by Pantone. After having chosen pink and blue in the past year, I’m a little surprised to see a somewhat [...]
We are so excited to be bringing SmashingConf to a new city this year. We're bringing you SmashingConf Austin and we have a fantastic line-up of speakers. Check out this post, where we introduce our new venue of Austin and share an interview with Miriam Suzanne, and last week's video interview with Zach Leatherman. This time we speak to Remi Parmentier and find out what he will share with the Austin audience.
How does a web application actually work? I don't mean from the end-user point of view. I mean in the technical sense. How does a web application actually run? What kicks things off? Without any boilerplate code, what's the right way to structure an application? Particularly a client-side application where all the logic runs on the end-users device. How does data get managed and manipulated? How do you make the interface react to changes in the data?
Web developers spend their days writing hypertext, but, byte for byte, most of the web is composed of images. It is hard to overstate the effect that images have on the average web page's performance; faster websites have broader reach and a higher impact. The first and most important thing you can do to improve the performance of your website's images is figure out how to measure them. Enter Website Speed Test, a free and drop-dead-simple tool that leverages our (Cloudinary's) image smarts to let you measure, diagnose and (crucially) communicate about the image performance of any website. Better yet, it's built on top of, and integrated in, Pat Meenan's WebPagetest. Interested? Read on!The post Introducing The Website Speed Test Image Analysis Tool appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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