The idea here is that you can give a massive boost to the perceived performance of the first page load on a site by putting the most important CSS in the head of the page. Then you cache the full stylesheet. For subsequent visits you only ever use the external stylesheet.
If you’ve heard anything about React, it’s probably that it has a “virtual DOM” that makes its HTML fast using an efficient tree diff algorithm. If you’re like me, the first time you heard that you may have dismissed it. My HTML isn’t slow.
Modern browsers can animate four things really cheaply: position, scale, rotation and opacity. If you animate anything else, it’s at your own risk, and the chances are you’re not going to hit a silky smooth 60fps.
Did you know that we can hardware-accelerate graphics-intensive CSS features by offloading them to the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) for better rendering performance in the browser?
Although the security of all websites is important, the security of an eCommerce website is particularly important because these sites keep records of users’ data and order-related financial information. Any attempt to hack such data can cause a huge loss to your store.
The web has typically been a place of boxes and rectangles but an emerging CSS specification is going to change that.
Increasing smartphone screen sizes makes it harder for one handed phone use. Here are a few hints on what to think about when you are designing mobile apps.