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FrontEnd Focus

formerly HTML5 Weekly

Dion Almaer
Powerful opinions on the importance of elegantly dealing with mobile web constraints, whether through aggressive build solutions, client-side technology or ‘tricks and illusions.’


Developer Express Inc.
A pure Node solution for testing webapps that handles browsers, running tests, and generating report. There’s great documentation too.


Kevin Kononenko
“If you have ever been on a long roadtrip, then you can understand CSS Flexbox.” This is a very interesting way to explain things.


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Chris Coyier
Variables are one of the major reasons CSS preprocessors exist at all, but now ‘CSS variables’ are supported by most major browsers.


Dave Gandy
Every icon is getting remade from scratch, and with 36 days left to go, the campaign is far beyond its original goal.


Harry Roberts
How using multiple backgrounds via CSS can be a useful technique to improve perceived load time when large masthead images are involved.


John Gruber
John Gruber worries that using AMP traps users by not easily offering them an obvious way to get back to the canonical version of the article. Chris Coyier follows up.


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