- Const & Immutable Objects – “The goal of this blog post is to go into detail about const and cover some ways ES6 handles immutability” by Ada Rose Edwards
- Blink-dev Intent to Ship: Brotli (Accept-encoding: br on HTTPS connection) for 17-25% better compression than gzip. (It’s used in WOFF2)
- Firefox OS is not helping the web – “As we have learned time and again, the way to change the web is through evolution, not revolution.” by Anne Van Kesteren (of Mozilla)
- Bosses Free to Spy on Emails’? Well no, not really – by Darren Newman, “Employment law trainer, writer and consultant”
- The resolution of the Bitcoin experiment “It has failed because the community has failed… controlled by just a handful of people. Worse still, the network is on the brink of technical collapse.” – fascinating article by a Bitcoin developer of 5 years (and Metafilter comments)
- A survey about money – Rachel Andrew writes “If you mostly work for yourself and work on the web I’d love it if you could fill this in”
- Simple standalone toggletip widget pattern by Steve “Toot Lips” Faulkner
- Progressive Web Apps – list of resources, by Chrome team
- Helllllooo TAG – Andrew Betts on his election to W3C Tag, which is a Jolly Good Thing.
- Zero-Day FFmpeg Vulnerability Lets Anyone Steal Files from Remote Machines
- It’s 2016 already, how are websites still screwing up these user experiences?!
- The CSS bands & songs quiz, by Mathias Bynens (3 min YouTube video)
Leave a Reply