In 2016, an important development in web typography was jointly announced by representatives from Adobe, Microsoft, Apple, and Google. Version 1.8 of the OpenType font format introduced variable fonts. With so many big names involved, it’s unsurprising that all browsers are on-board and racing ahead with implementation.… Read article “One File, Many Options: Using Variable Fonts on the Web”
Headless CMS is the next generation in content management for brands that want to stay ahead of the curve by engaging customers through the growing number of channels.
From Johnny’s dev blog:
Monica Dinculescu on ::part and ::theme, two pseudo-elements that are very likely to gain traction and receive more attention in the new year. They’re designed to help us create and style web components, as Monica explains:
That said, it isn’t as easy to get started with the API as it is to actually use it. Although I’ve seen extensions of it covered here and there in other posts, the big picture that ties everything together is hard to find.… Read article “Breaking Down the Performance API”
They’ve already started shipping a lot of neat improvements to the website but the part that really interests me is where they focus on redefining their URLs:
User interfaces are most effective when they are intuitive and easily understandable to the user. Animation plays a major role in this – as Nick Babich said, animation brings user interfaces to life. However, adding meaningful transitions and micro-interactions is often an afterthought, or something that is “nice to have” if time permits. All too often, we experience web apps that simply “jump” from view to view without giving the user time to process what just happened in the … Read article “Animating Layouts with the FLIP Technique”
enables developers using Visual Studio 2017 or Visual Studio Code to collaborate in real-time!
With Focusingly, focus styling adapts to match and fit individual elements.
One of the sessions from the Chrome Dev Summit, hosted by Das Surma and Daniel Walmsley. It’s not so much about WordPress as it is about CMS powered sites that aren’t really “apps”, if there is such a thing, and the possibility of turning that site into a Progressive Web AppSite.