Testing cross-device can be daunting, repeating and very error-prone, as you’ve probably know too well. But it doesn’t have to be so. Addy Osmani will show you a number of excellent tools that will make this task easier, faster and overall better.
SVG isn’t as scary as it may seem when you see it for the first time. Jon McPartland shows this clearly in this nice introduction to SVG animation.
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Articles & Tutorials
Sébastien Axinté shows how to effectively manage REM unit fallback (to pixels) using a simple Sass Mixin.
An excellent introduction into <meter> element. Pankaj Parashar explains where to use it, how to use it, how to style it and more.
Ryan Seddon shows a very nice trick with pointer-events that will help you keep your site jank-free. However, it appears that the technique has some drawbacks, so make sure you check further discussion on Google Plus.
Harry Roberts explains how to easily tame data tables. Quite handy.
Sam Piggott demonstrates how to create a simple website with Foundation 5 framework.
A really nice tip, even though browser support for object-fit is quite limited at the moment.
Flo Preynat gives a nice introduction to Mixture.io, a powerful and feature-rich front end/prototyping tool.
Tim Severien shares a couple of simple, but still very useful (particularly for beginners), CSS snippets.
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Until next week