Links - Sept, Oct, & Nov
XSStrike is a comprehensive python-based cross site scripting detection suite.
A great image compression suite from Google that works in-browser.
An upcoming specification for controlling the availability of features on the web platform. Inlcuding things like hardware access, payments, VR, and more.
Google’s newest resource for developers of all backgrounds to learn, create, and solve on the web.
Open source web design tool from Google that lets you edit a page like an artboard.
A comprehensive look at using the in-browser console.
A deep learning project for colorizing and restoring old images (though the model could be applied to any type of image modification).
A collection of community Bash commands and scripts for Bash 3.2+, essentially the bash equivalent of oh-my-zsh.
Start Performance Budgeting
Addy Osmani’s latest, important, article on browser performance and performance budgeting.
Improve Animated GIF Performance With HTML5 Video
On using video instead of animated gifs, something that’s been suggested by various authorities in the past but is now being recommnded as standard procedure.
Postmortem for SFMOMA’s 2018 Rethink: Web, a workshop exploring the ways the modern web could foster exploration, experiment, and connectivity.
Thinking differently about progressive enhancement
Adam Silver’s thoughts about progresive enhancement, very useful.
An up and coming open source software suite for managing your software development projects.
Vue.js (and GraphQL) based static CMS.
Butterick’s Practical Typography - Free Fonts
Matthew Butterick’s recommendations for free fonts.
A beautiful computationally generated porecelain cup from Nervous System.
Prof. Dr. Style - Top 10 Web Design Styles of 1993
An interesting look at interface design in the early 90s.
A high-level react components to generate 3D visualization in webVR via a-frame.
Hidden Tribes of America
A look at America’s divisions.