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I use code pen for the samples on the RWD site so I'm happy to see they've made a few updates.
PPK takes some time out to explain where viewports are currently at and how all browsers handle them. It's some pretty heavy reading but it's worth it to properly understand how it all works (the quirks and all)
A great look at how to use flex today with float fallbacks for older browsers (or older versions of IE) complete with code examples and update-able settings
Picture and srcset sizes land in the latest build for Edge.
Will detailed responsive image markup be a thing of the past once client hints are widely used/accepted? In this article Ilya provides a really detailed overview on how client hints work and where the advantages lay... highly recommended read.
The RICG Wordpress team is proposing to add native srcset and sizes support to WordPress. YES PLEASE!
This idea from Brad is that the web is a platform... or any one thing to everyone. The web, instead, is what ever you make it. It's a continuum. "The web is X, and therefore my thing".
The Network Info API has been getting a lot of traction lately. The idea is that we can be responsive to our users network connections with the experience we provide them on the site. Yoav has an issue with current state and has outlined the problems in this article.
More that half the data on these top 50 news sites comes from Ads. What the actual....
A really detailed overview of speed optimisation when building sites and particularly focussed on wordpress implementations.
The only CSS print styles you will ever need. (but not really)
mobile first, 12, 16 & 24 column, optional gutters, 1kb compressed, box-sizing polyfill, respond.js polyfill — what more could you need?
Corpus is yet another CSS toolkit. It’s basically a collection of the things Jamie Wilson finds himself returning to for each new project.
Open source UI components and visual style guide to create consistency and beautiful user experiences across U.S. federal government websites
The RICG responsive plugin for Wordpress has been upgraded with a few improvements. Better still, there's talk about shipping this to core (as mentioned above)
Picturefill 3.0.0 is the current stable release, go update your implementations.
This is kind of similar to the Am I Responsive tool but you're able to configure it a little bit further (so not quite as easy to use but more flexible).
A responsive calendar layout pattern that starts with a list of days for the month and responds to a traditional calendar format.
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