WebKit now supports the srcset attribute on image (img) elements. This will help you deal with high-resolution displays easily (or at least more effectively).
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Criticalcss is an amazing (experimental) bookmarklet for detecting critical CSS for above the fold content. In this article Paul Kinlan and Addy Osmani go through it explaining how it works and why it is useful.
Disabling certain stylesheets during the development can be very useful; Addy Osmani shows 6 different ways you can approach this task.
Chris Coyier shows how to effectively deal with SVGs on browsers that don’t support them.
Hans Christian Reinl shared a couple of useful Sass and LESS mixins for your wants and needs.
Adi Purdila explains the basics of Emmet and how it can help you build Bootstrap layouts faster.
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Your favorite sleek, intuitive, and powerful mobile-first front-end framework for faster and easier web development just got a big update. According to Paul Irish performance gains are significant. So if you’re using Bootstrap, you should definitely consider switching to v3.
Julian Garnier created an amazing web-based editor for creating 3D shapes in CSS. The editor currently supports only Chrome and Safari, but I’m sure that the support for other (modern) browsers is coming soon.
Until next week