Google launched a big change to its permissions modal design with Chrome 63 in early December. I don’t think these changes have garnered enough attention in the web community. You may want to make some…
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What Progressive Web Apps features should we expect Apple to support?
Apple has started development of service workers—the key technology powering Progressive Web Apps.
Big responsive projects are complicated, and standardized breakpoints can help. But they can also encourage bad habits if we aren't careful.
Yesterday, I examined how The Washington Post’s Progressive Web App performs on iOS. Today, I want to take a look behind the scenes on the difficulties I had conducting that analysis. Instrumenting The Washington…
Is web design — or even interface design in general — a solved problem?
Progressive Webs Apps versus native misses the point. Here is a simple case for Progressive Web Apps that even native app developers can agree with.
Designing responsive Progressive Web Apps forces us to tackle design challenges that we’ve been been able to side-step thus far. What do users expect from these new apps?
Technical articles about Progressive Web Apps abound, but few tackle the question of why businesses should build Progressive Web Apps and why they should do so now.
Here are four truths about input that have changed the way I look at the web. 1. Input is exploding The last decade has seen an explosion of new types of input. The pace of…