Starting in Windows Insider Preview build 10547, Microsoft Edge supports srcset, sizes, and picture―the suite of technologies that make up responsive images. With these, you can tailor your image size and art direction to adapt to diverse devices and layouts. Prior to these features, you needed to provide a full responsive images solution via […]
Pushing the Web forward means making it better for developers and users alike. It means tackling issues that our present Web faces; this is especially true for making responsive RTL design and development easier to achieve.
Before we move on to bleeding edge RTL topics, here’s a video tutorial with a practical example to refresh […]
Most web developers use a build tool of some sort nowadays. I’m not refering to continuous integration software like Jenkins CI (a very popular build system), but the lower-level software it uses to actually acquire dependencies and construct your applications with.
There is a […]
October 6, 2015
Many important considerations impact software design. Business goals, user goals, user context, cultural considerations, platform paradigms, branding requirements, devices … the list goes on and on. While a primary focus for any software design effort should be the data or other content that’s being displayed, this keystone element is […]
We’ve revamped the Hacks Blog! The old design was looking a little long in the tooth, and was built in an altogether less-responsive era. The new design has a few goals:
Look great on as many screens as possible Get out of the way of some awesome content Have the flexibility to show off larger […]
If you’ve just started your creative career or you’re considering starting one, then this article may help you on your journey. In this post, I will give you some tips to kickstart your creative career.
Even though many people don’t consider themselves creative, I believe that everyone has a seed of creativity in them. Some […]
Docker is one of the fastest-growing new technologies at the moment. A solution for deploying software and building scalable web service architectures, it allows you to split your application’s architecture into containers with specific roles and responsibilities. Using Docker, you also get to specify the application’s dependencies on the operating-system level, bringing us the closest we’ve ever been to Java’s original promise: “Write […]
We love organizing events that deliver value and leave a long-lasting impression. SmashingConf Oxford is taking place again next year, on March 15–16th 2016. The conference will be packed with smart real-life solutions and techniques, ranging from front end to design to UX — and a […]
The first tab of reports in WooCommerce is for the “Orders” which an online store owner receives during a particular duration of time. This section is further divided into four sub-sections which provides a store owner with more and well refined filtered results. Of these four, I discussed the first two sub-sections (i.e. Sales by […]
Recently we have started rolling out a series of algorithmic changes that aim to tackle hacked spam in our search results. A huge amount of legitimate sites are hacked by spammers and used to engage in abusive behavior, such as malware download, promotion of traffic to low quality sites, porn, and marketing of counterfeit goods […]