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notriddle/remove-fixed-banners: My uBlock Origin filters
My uBlock Origin filters. Contribute to notriddle/remove-fixed-banners development by creating an account on GitHub.
privacy  web 
22 days ago by pietvanzoen
Adactio: Mistletoe Offline
There are some Murphyesque situations where even your lovingly crafted 404 page won’t help. What if your web server is down? What if someone is trying to reach your site but they lose their internet connection? These are all things than can—and will—go wrong.

I guess there’s nothing we can do about those particular situations, right?

javascript  web  share 
5 weeks ago by pietvanzoen
What is WebAssembly? The Dawn of a New Era – JavaScript Scene
Yesterday, Brendan Eich dropped a bomb on the web development community: The web platform is getting a new low-level binary compile format that will do a better job at being a compiler target than JavaScript.
web  tools 
march 2017 by pietvanzoen
Same same…but different – Medium
For years it seems we’ve felt comfortable freely interchanging the words ‘internet’ and ‘web’. Technically speaking, the internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the TCP/IP protocol. This network carries an extensive range of information resources and services, such as file sharing, email, and the world wide web. In day to day conversation however, we often equate the web and the internet . And up until very recently, this confusion was of no real significance.
culture  web 
march 2017 by pietvanzoen
Favicon Generator for all platforms: iOS, Android, PC/Mac...
The ultimate favicon generator. Design your icons platform per platform and make them look great, everywhere
tools  web 
february 2017 by pietvanzoen
What it feels like to be the last generation to remember life before the internet - Quartz
Technology has a lot to answer for: killing old businesses, destroying the middle class, Buzzfeed. Technology in the form of the internet is especially villainous, having been accused of everything from making us dumber (paywall) to aiding dictatorships. via Pocket
article  culture  interview  pb  thinking  web 
september 2015 by pietvanzoen
Introducing T3: Enabling Large Scale JavaScript Applications | Box Blog
When I joined Box in 2013, the web application front-end was in a typical state for a fast-growing company - what had started out as a small codebase maintained by a few engineers had grown into a massive codebase maintained by dozens of engineers. via Pocket
javascript  library  pb  web 
april 2015 by pietvanzoen
Let Links Be Links · An A List Apart Article
The concept of the web as an application platform has never been more popular, but the tools used to create these so-called “web apps” are still fraught with pitfalls that are often ignored or misunderstood. via Pocket
article  dev  pb  ux  web  practices 
april 2015 by pietvanzoen
HTML/CSS rendering via WebGL for highest performance possible and unlimited animations abilities on the Web | Pixels Commander
In recent time Web development community had a big discussion on “DOM is slow” topic. This thesis is truthful. DOM is a quite complex model which starts a ripple of events or chain reaction over document on every modification. This impacts animations first of all. via Pocket
animation  css  dev  html  pb  performance  web  webgl 
march 2015 by pietvanzoen
Why Won’t URLs Die? — re:form — Medium
The Uniform Resource Locator has been the user-interface lingua franca of the internet for decades. A browser window just wouldn’t look right without it up there at the top. via Pocket
pb  ui  ux  web 
march 2015 by pietvanzoen
This is from everyone — Makeshift Thoughts — Medium
Tim Berners-Lee famously tweeted the simple phrase “This is for Everyone” at the Olympic Games opening ceremony in my home town of London in 2012. His words were lit up throughout the entire stadium and transmitted to millions of people watching around the world. via Pocket
pb  thinking  web 
february 2015 by pietvanzoen

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