Diigo Bookmarks 11/03/2017
- DOT Enters Agreements with Airlines to Increase Availability of Accessible Airport Kiosks and Accessible Airline Mobile Websites | US Department of Transportation
"The Department's agreement with ANA specifies that the airline's mobile site must conform to the World Wide Web Consortium (WC3) Mobile Web Best Practices (MWBP) and that the airline must consult with individuals with disabilities regarding the mobile site's accessibility and usability no later than November 2018."
- Web Typography: Designing Tables to be Read, Not Looked At · An A List Apart Article
"The modern way to align numbers to a decimal point (or to any character, in fact) is through a new value of the text-align property, although at the time of writing this is languishing in the CSS Text Level 4 Module2 and support is patchy at best."
"How does this work? Here's the short version: it uses a combination of pre-rendered HTML, the CSS sibling combinator (~), CSS counters, and the :checked, :target and :required pseudo selectors."
- Microsoft's Bold Plan to Bring PWAs to Windows 10 - Thurrott.com
"with the "Redstone 4" release--currently due in March or April 2018--Microsoft will formally support PWAs as a key platform feature of Windows 10, matching and in some ways exceeding what Google has done in Android."
- Seven into seven. -- Ethan Marcotte
"when we're evaluating technology, or discussing a particular strategy, we can't give a project a pass because anyone can open a pull request. Instead, it's worth asking ourselves Franklin's questions: when a site adopts AMP, who benefits? And who, or what, assumes the risks in using AMP?"
- Safari service workers and other PWA good news stories - mobiForge
"If you're familiar with PWAs, you'll know that service workers alone aren't enough. The very minimum PWA requirements include a service worker and a web app manifest. As of 24th October 2017, work began on implementing the Web App Manifest spec in WebKit."