How I rebuilt "Flying Toasters" using only CSS animations | Bryan Braun
"As a front-end developer, I started wondering if you could recreate the magic using only CSS. The answer, as you probably guessed is, yes, you can (you can see it in action here)."
Accessibility and the Shadow DOM | Substantial
"Web Components, including Shadow DOM, are accessible because assistive technologies encounter pages as rendered, meaning the entire document is read as “one happy tree”."
Official Google Blog: Sharing what’s up our sleeve: Android coming to wearables
"Today we’re announcing Android Wear, a project that extends Android to wearables. And we’re starting with the most familiar wearable—watches."
CSS animations and transitions performance: looking inside the browser | Web Platform Team Blog
"In this article, we’ll explore how browsers handle CSS Animations and CSS Transitions, so you can develop intuition around whether an animation is likely to perform well — before writing any code! With this intuition, you’ll be able to make design decisions that play well with the browser and result in silky smooth user experiences."
text-rendering | CSS-Tricks
"The text-rendering property in CSS allows you to choose quality of text over speed (or vice versa) allowing you to fine tune optimization by suggesting to the browser as to how it should render text on the screen."
Is Responsive Design the Right Choice for Enterprise E-Commerce Retailers? | Mobify
"Leatherman is experiencing a worst case scenario for responsive e-commerce sites — the requirements of the design pushes essential page components down the page, and is likely negatively affecting site conversion rates."