Friday, May 16, 2014 - by

The requestAnimationFrame() method lets the browser know that the code wishes to perform an animation and requests that the browser calls the required animation function / method to update an animation only before the next repaint. Read more »

Thursday, September 26, 2013 - by

Loving the talk by Jake Archibald on the nuts and bolts on how different browsers treat various elements in the perspective of  markup, CSS and JavaScript. “The best part would be the crash with the happy ending”. Definitely a good refresher for all those looking into web front-end performance.
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Saturday, May 4, 2013 - by

  1. 5 UX lessons from Jim Carey

    Steve Tengler shares five user experience lessons he learned from the cinematic performances of Jim Carrey.

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Sunday, February 10, 2013 - by

This is really good insight by Nicole Sullivan on how to write CSS for high performance scalable websites and web applications. Definitely OOCSS is not some new technology but based on best practices of leaders in the field to write CSS in way making it scalable and easy to maintain for future extensions. Read more »

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - by

A site’s management and maintenance is very important part of a keeping a site up and running after it build and deployed. However there are some services which can help a lot to relief quite some pain of doing those tasks manually.

  1. Pingdom
  2. Google Page Speed
  3. DNS Check
  4. Down For Everyone Or Just Me
  5. Web Page Test
  6. A Checker
  7. Eval Access
  8. Feed Validator
  9. Load Impact
  10. GT Metrix