Contents tagged “progressive enhancement”
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Matt Anderson wrote
as the device landscape continues to converge, the categorizations will continue to blur. And as you introduce more interactivity and complex features to your site, the singular approach starts to break down.
Hugo Giraudel wrote
Jeremy Keith wrote
Adam Silver wrote
Interesting explanation about graceful degradation not being the opposite of progressive enhancement.
Miriam Suzanne wrote
If you don't understand why CSS is one of the great strengths of the Web, even if you've been using it for a while, you really have to spend these 15 minutes to watch Miriam Suzanne explain how it came to be, and why it is what it is.
Andy Bell wrote
Here's another nice take about progressive enhancement, where Andy Bell explains how he developed My Browser, a nice tool for support.
Remy Sharp wrote
Publishing a draft originally written in 2015, Remy shows Progressive Enhancement is still a strong topic all developers should understand and work on:
Hidde de Vries wrote
To build good websites, I think we should prioritise working websites above gathering potentially useful data (if doing that at all). As developers, we should keep in mind trackers could get blocked and, consequently, never rely on their availability.
Harry Roberts wrote
If you’re going to build an image loader that hides the whole page until all images are ready, you must also ask yourself what if the images don’t arrive?
Chris Taylor wrote
Awesome post about progressive enhancement:
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