Unlock / Lock - user interface issue with bathroom doors at Microsoft, Redmond Campus, Redmond, Washington, USA ↩
Here is my short rating and overview of the Thursday talks of Frontend Conference in Zürich. The ratings are highly subjective.
Mark Otto - Future of Frontend Frameworks
Call it Github/Twitter biased, but I liked the speaker. I’m always thrilled when ‘designers’ do probably code better than you.
Hans Christian Reinl - Be Friends With Your Designers and Style Guides
- chaotic, nothing new - The talk didn’t seem to me very consistent in topic.
- when did you last use quotes? - Why is one of the main (and mostly nicest) styleguide components always a quote.
Some own ideas discovered while looking for UI state in CSS:
Vitaly Friedman - Responsive Web Design: Clever Tips and Techniques
- Very inspiring talk, cutting edge hacks and workarounds
- Shocking: it’s 2013 annd we have to apply such patterns
Progressive reduction (theory and example)
I guess, this will give developers headache
The SVG Stack with the anchor/target CSS style is a neat idea. Sadly, it’s not well supported by the current browsers.
Only for reference. I haven’t checked those.
Good resource: Conor Muirhead
This will make
data-src obsolete, hopefully.
Denys Mishunov - Let me tell you a story
- Mid-life crisis – I wasn’t totally sure about his intentions, but I liked his stories.
Urban Etter - Frontend Performance - Where it matters
- Stuff that is done by any decent framework
- I’m wondering, how serious SRF is taking it’s web development
Recommended book: Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided by Tests
- The java guy
- Dependency injection, pass data into a module
- Only access DOM/data within it’s own scope
- Avoid the need for the DOM in modules
- Personal goal: Write an app without jquery/zepto
- AMD < commonjs (or ECMAScript 6) in current browsers
Personal goal: use require.js / bower / TypeScript