Last week's article was Part 1 (of 3) in my series on how I built a Progressive Web Application for this blog. Get the Application | View Source As I mentioned, there are two parts to creating an "offline-first" application - Cache the app shell so pages and assets are accessible... (continue reading ""Instant Loading" with IndexedDB (Building a PWA, Part 2)")
Over the past 5 months, I have been doing Udacity’s Senior Web Developer Nanodegree. For my final Capstone project (I've graduated now! 💃🏿), I had to create my very own web application that would function just as a native mobile application would, using all I learned throughout the Nanodegree. So,... (continue reading "“Offline First” with Service Worker (Building a PWA, Part 1)")
The most accessible format for any content on the web is plain text. Plain text is incredibly malleable, it can be altered in ways to cater to almost any disability. For users with no visual difficulties, they can simply read the text. If a user has visual impairments, the text... (continue reading "Alternative Text and Images")
A few months ago, I wrote about how you can use system fonts in the browser using the built-in keywords that work with the font shorthand property (see Using System Fonts in the Browser). These keywords can be useful, but they also have some drawbacks, the main one being that... (continue reading "The New System Font Stack?")
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