The Battle Of Build Scripts: Gulp Vs Grunt
"Any new method you learn is confusing at first, but if you take the time to understand the logic of each, it all evens out."
"It is entirely possible—nay, desirable—to use features long before they are supported in every browser. That’s how we move the web forward. If we waited until there was universal support for a feature before we used it, we’d still be using CSS 1.0 and HTML 2.0."
Accessibility vs User Experience: 60 FPS, Flipboard, and the High Road to the GPU - Rachel Nabors, award-winning cartoonist turned digital storyteller.
"Believe it or not, what Flipboard’s team did helped the web, and so did the conversation surrounding it. It further showed to browser developers that web designers and developers will keep pushing what is possible in the pursuit of taking the web to the next level. Creativity finds a way."
Daring Fireball: 60 Frames Per Second and the Web
"It does not mean they don’t care about accessibility. My understanding is that accessibility is coming — they’re working on it, but it isn’t ready yet."
On Flipboard.com and Idealism vs. Pragmatism - Broken Links
"This is like making your cargo boat go faster by not carrying any cargo."
The HTML5 Document Outline - Vanseo Design
"I covered how the HTML5 document outline is meant to work. Again it isn’t currently implemented anywhere and probably never will be. The outline does provide the context for using the new elements, though."