Useful to know (and bookmark… and use): https://gist.github.com/eddieajau/2651181
Encryption is increasingly an important and relevant topic when it comes to web development (security, ServiceWorker-powered offline pages, etc), but the costs involved make it prohibitive to devs wanting to dip their toes in the subject. Let’s Encrypt looks to offer a free service which should be a big help to everyone in making the web more secure but also more available when stuck in a tunnel somewhere without wifi.
Tim Kadlec discusses it in his “Taking Let’s Encrypt for a Spin” article.
A list of all the new toys to play with as a web developer in iOS 9 Safari. 3D Touch, new Responsive Web Design breakpoints, native integration and HTML5 APIs; there’s a lot to get your hands on.
Chris Coyier outlines a server-side approach to cutting the mustard (the technique employed in the BBC News website to serve users relevant content based on their device capability).
I had already come to many of the same conclusions after working in a busy, open office for years but this article sums up a lot about how useful listening to music can be regarding productivity.
I bought the Denon AH-D600 headphones a year or so back and they remain one of the best investments I’ve made as not only does music sound great (particularly base-driven content), but they double-up as an effective headset when I need to Skype colleagues to discuss work-related tasks.
Via Simon Cobb.
Shame on you mobile Safari on iOS! Great breakdown on mobile browser cache sizes.