- The Fold manifesto : why the page fold still matters ; even if we get used to scroll, we need to be encourage to do it. Thus the fold is strategic to convince the user to make the effort to go beyond this limit ; whatever the size of the device is (RWD included).
- OCTO published a quick reference card about how to design a rest api (in French); in the blog post, choices are explained and discussed. Very instructive !
CoreOS, Docker & co
- Discover Docker; another blog from OCTO, about CoreOS. So if you don't know about CoreOS, Etcd and Fleet, the article is for you so that you have an overview of what is CoreOS.
- Nuxeo made a summary of their use of CoreOS (including Fleet & Etcd), Docker and the tools they build for Nuxeo.io platform. Very interesting summary.
- If you are interested in minimalist OS, this post on Docker blog mentions "of course" CoreOS but also Ubuntu Snappy Core (Ubuntu based) or Project Atomic (closed to RedHat/CentOS/Fedora system).
- When to use "picture" for resolution switching, which follows the blog post "don't use picture tag (most of the time)". It reinforces the idea (which can be discussed) that responsive images are for resolution swithing whereas
pictureis for art direction. However, there is one resolution switching use case where
picturemakes sense : when you want to provide different file formats using the type attribute.
- Why we remove our hamberger menu from our IOS app : because hamburger menu is just not yet understood.
- ReactJS for stupid people : a quick and clear overview of what is ReactJS about.
- Flux for stupid people : the same but about Flux
- M6 Tech Team was at ReactJS Conference : minutes in french for day 1 and day 2. A way to have a better overview on ReactJS universe/ecosystem.
- Choose your Flux architecture for your ReactJS project (in French) : Flux is a pattern, not a library or a frameowrks. The blog post review some libs that implements Flux and where they are good at. Facebook may provide its own implementation of Flux called Relay but it"s not yet opensourced.
- Making a complete polyfill for the HTML5 details element : if you were to bridge the gap by providing a feature a browser does not include, it is very interesting to see the how it is done from a methodological point of view.
- Improve your lists with style ! Now that counters are "stylable", you can do a lot of things to improve the rendering of your lists (no more bullet points but some shiny icon ?, manage padding, etc). HAve a look at the demo (requires a modern browser)