1. images-responsiver is a simple solution for most responsive images needs

    Is it catchy enough? 😁

    Here's my latest pet project, trying to help people struggling with responsive images:

    If you use #Eleventy, there's also a plugin:

    Documentation is still a little rough around the edges, but should be enough at least for people already knowing npm and JS.

  2. I wish #GitHub had a different UX for repository deletion if this is a fork.

    Especially if there is nothing useful (no open PR for example) on the repository to delete. "Unexpected bad things" will NOT happen in such case!

    The UI for repository deletion on GitHub

    (sorry @etportis 😉 )

  3. Had to cancel subscription for #Netlify Analytics on because it doesn't support redirects yet, it was almost useless.

    But I wanted to pay for the global Netlify service I use for other sites, so I subscribed for Analytics for another site that already have Google Analytics, let's see how they compare.

  4. My #Eleventy build time is now down to 37 seconds on average! 💪

    A few external data fetches, 1087 HTML pages generated, 1608 simple images <img src…> automatically transformed into responsive <img srcset… sizes…>

  5. I'm wondering, is it really a good idea to share interesting links on the @nice_links separate Twitter account, instead of this one?

    Do you follow:

    1. both @nhoizey and @nice_links?
    2. only @nhoizey, with links in RTs?
    3. only @nhoizey, not interested in such links?

  6. Want another reason to hate #AMP?

    A play in three acts:

    @Rich_Harris @atmccann Looks like it’s been fixed! 👍

    By the way, I saw the button isn’t there at all on my Safari on iPhone, is it on purpose on small viewports?

    I wanted to check for the situation in Sweden, where I’m traveling right now. 😅

    @atmccann @Rich_Harris Ooh, just saw I’m on the AMP version… 🤦‍♂️7

    Image from Tweet

    @atmccann @Rich_Harris The button is there and working on the "true" version.

    Sorry for the mistake.

    Image from Tweet

    Users should not have to go through this. This is really bad UX.

    Unfortunately, I guess most end users would blame the New York Times, not Google.

    I have an idea to improve this…