— If “mobile first” is our future, why are almost all the most successful mobile driven businesses building web apps designed for larger screens?
— Responsive Web design has changed the way we build sites. Here, Smashing Magazine looks at responsive navigation techniques, in particular.
— Our traditional idea of the top five browsers may be over-simplified, outdated and skewed.
— A list of ten useful frameworks to help build mobile hybrid apps.
— A detailed three-hour mobile design workshop filmed at Google Conversions. (90-min presentation followed by a 90-min Q&A)
— Roman Rudnik shows how to boost app store downloads by A/B testing multiple icon designs in this step-by-step walkthrough.
— A to-the-point checklist for deploying a NativeScript-built app to the iOS and Google Play stores.
— An overview of getting started with CSS grid.
— A CSS property determining if and how a user can interact with an element via touch input using the browser’s default features.
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— “ Content breakpoints give people better experiences no matter what size device they have.”
— A good overview of the debate about whether container queries are necessary or not.
— How to get started with AMP and how it can be used specifically to benefit an e-commerce website.
— A new PhoneGap Local Notification plugin has been released to follow the W3C Web Notifications spec and is supported on both iOS and Android.
— Where to find the generated file templates to customize them to suit your needs.
— Implementing geolocation features in an Ionic application, and presenting the location on an embedded Google Map.
— WP-AppKit has been adding support for Progressive Web Apps and you can test it out now with your WordPress site by following the steps outlined in this post.