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Around the Web - December 2015 - AngularJS & AMP

AngularJSPresentation of AngularJS 2 (in French) which highlights current status, improvements and the migration issue (and how to prepare it)AngularJS: the Good, the Bad and the transition to Angular 2 : tips and tricks for a project with AngularJS 1.x and the perspective of the transition to  […]

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Paris Web 2013

I had the opportunity to attend Paris Web last week. For those who don't know Paris Web, it's a conference about webdesign, accessibility and quality, but not only/strictly and 2013 was the 8th edition, gathering 600 people in Palais Brongnart and almost 600 online too with the live. All the  […]

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Postgres Roundup - 13/3

While skiing this week, you'll only have one blog post from me this week. So, I let you discover the Postgres world with some interesting resources. For those who don't know Postgres, it's an opensource object relational database management system, initiated in 1995 and which know a rise since  […]

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Auto-Forwarding carousels and accordions annoy users and reduce visibility

Jakob Nielsen just published a very interesting article on  Auto-Forwarding Carousels and Accordions Annoy Users and Reduce Visibility about carousels but also small promo boxes. Regarding promo boxes : They are considered as ads and thus are ignored by the users Being on the right side is not  […]

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Responsive Web Design in 10 points

Attached an infography in French about Responsive Web Design (RWD) and 10 points you need to have in mind when you do RWD. [INSERER IMAGE] RWD is a set of tools and techniques so that a single website will be visible on all devices, from smartphone / tablets to screens by optimising the rendering  […]

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Offline first, a better (html5) user experience

Interesting blog post about offline management in web apps and why it becomes now a required feature and how to make your app "offline" compliant: Offline first, a better (html5) user experience Summary: Decouple your app from the serverMake sure client side app is not reliant on server  […]

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Responsive Web Design : why you should take care and how to do it

Interesting presentation on why you should take care about Responsive Web Design (ie to make your website compliant with most devices from smartphone / tablets to PC and soon TV) and how to do it with a lot of best practices & tools. Everything You Know is Not Quite Right Anymore: Rethinking  […]

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