Raindrop.io Bookmarks 02/09/2024
- Bruce Lawson's personal site : Is Apple breaking PWAs out of malicious compliance?
"As the showdown between the European Union and Your Best Friend Apple looms (27 days, according to OWA's Digital Markets Act Countdown), it appears that Apple is intending to break PWAs in iOS 17.4 beta 2"
- SpeedCurve | The psychology of site speed and human happiness
"The average web user perceives load times as being 15% slower than they actually are. Later, when recalling the experience, they remember load times as being 35% slower."
- When Network is Faster than Cache
"There is an assumption that cached assets are retrieved instantly and at zero cost. What we have discovered here is that there is in fact a cost to retrieving assets from cache based on the number of cached assets (not file size) and the user's devices."
- jQuery 4.0.0 BETA! | Official jQuery Blog
"jQuery 4.0 drops support for IE 10 and older. Some may be asking why we didn't remove support for IE 11. We plan to remove support in stages, and the next step will be released in jQuery 5.0."
- Continuous Accessibility
"Continuous Accessibility is defined as the approach to ensuring that code intended to be displayed in browsers can be continuously checked and monitored for digital accessibility requirements through a novel application of existing software engineering concepts and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)."
- This is WCAG | Build and test against WCAG consistently
"Build and test against WCAG consistently. Understand each success criterion's meaning and how to be accessible."