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A practical guide to Progressive Web Apps for organisations who don’t know anything about Progressive Web Apps

By seorocket / a few months ago

Sally Jenkinson: Progressive Web Apps (sometimes referred to as PWAs, because everything in tech needs an acronym) is the encapsulating term for websites following a certain approach, that meet particular technical criteria. The “app” involvement in the name isn’t an accident – these creations share much of the functionality that you’ll find in native experiences […]

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Enhancing a Comment Form

By seorocket / 7 months ago

Nice tutorial from Michael Scharnagl in which he takes a perfectly-functional comment form and progressively enhances it with very nice features. Things like custom error messaging, auto-expanding height, and even really fancy stuff like ajax and offline submission. Direct Link to Article — Permalink Enhancing a Comment Form is a post from CSS-Tricks

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Progressive Enhancement “Debate”

By seorocket / 8 months ago

Nolan Lawson: I had a slide in my talk that read: In 2016, it’s okay to build a website that doesn’t work without JavaScript. The condemnation was as swift as it was vocal. Response by Jeremy Keith: That framing makes it sound like it’s a binary choice: either the website works or it doesn’t. That’s […]

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A Redesign with CSS Shapes

By seorocket / 8 months ago

CSS Shapes is like the perfect example for progressive enhancement these days. Kinda like border-radius was. Older browsers have square corners! Who cares! CSS Shapes allow you to wrap text irregularly – like along the path of a circle(). Eric Meyer uses it on a production page and shows how it works. Here’s some code […]

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