Google Developers The mobile web is too slow. Over the years the web has evolved from a document-centric platform to a first-class application platform. Thanks to advancements in the platform itself (such as Service Workers) and in the tools and techniques we use to build apps, users can do virtually anything on the web they can do in a native app. At the same time, the bulk of our computing has moved from powerful desktop machines with fast, reliable network connections to relatively underpowered mobile devices with connections that are often slow, flaky or both. This is especially true in parts of the world where the next billion users are coming online. Unfortunately, the patterns we devised for building and deploying powerful, feature-rich web apps in the desktop era generally yield apps that take far too long to load on mobile devices – so long that many users simply give up.
Designer's guide to DPI DPI or Dots Per Inch is a measure of spatial dot density initially used in print. It's the number of ink drops your printer can put in an inch. The more dots per inch, the sharper your image. This concept is applies to computer screens under the name PPI for Pixels Per Inch. Same principle: It counts the number of pixels your screen displays per inch.
Tools for Web Developers Lighthouse is an open-source, automated tool for improving the quality of web pages. You can run it against any web page, public or requiring authentication. It has audits for performance, accessibility, progressive web apps, SEO and more. You can run Lighthouse in Chrome DevTools, from the command line, or as a Node module. You give Lighthouse a URL to audit, it runs a series of audits against the page, and then it generates a report on how well the page did. From there, use the failing audits as indicators on how to improve the page.
10 Best tools and resources for web and design professionals in 2015 Tools and resources for web and design professionals are available in abundance these days, unfortunately, not all those available are as useful as we’d like them to be. In order to help you weed out some of the tools that aren’t worth your time, we’ve compiled a list of what we think are the best tools and resources available right now. 1. Stamplia
What's New In DevTools (Chrome 59) Welcome to another installment of the DevTools release notes. Watch the video below or read on to see what's new in Chrome DevTools in Chrome 59! CSS and JS code coverage. Find unused CSS and JS with the new Coverage tab.Full-page screenshots. Take a screenshot of the entire page, from the top of the viewport to the bottom.Block requests. Manually disable individual requests in the Network panel.Step over async await. How to Make a Mobile-Friendly Website Regardless of the mobile configuration you end up using, there are some overarching mobile optimization takeaways that all marketers can benefit from. So, without further ado, here are 10 tips for creating a user-friendly, search-engine optimized mobile experience. 1. Work With a Designer
Customize Your Anchor Link Tooltips Using This Tutorial Navigation menus have really important role in any website. For big sites full with a lot of pages and articles, drop down menus and tabs are popular because they can make it a lot more easier to navigate and move through site, also you can save space on website displaying content on dynamic tabs. Also if you want to create a navigation menu, that really stands out of the crowd, jQuery could be the right choice to choose offering bunch of customisable options. That’s why I present to you 36 really good jQuery menu examples for every need.