- By Anselm Hannemann
- February 17th, 2017
- 2 Comments
As web developers, we need to rely on our knowledge, and choosing solutions we’re already familiar with is often the most convenient approach to solving a problem. However, not only technology is evolving but also our knowledge of how to use it.
Concept Design Link
- Levi Kovacs shares alternative ideas and concepts to the hamburger menu1.
- The folks at Brand.ai published a new tool for version-controlled design collaboration workflows in Sketch2.
- PHP (probably 7.2) will get an implementation of Libsodium6, one of the most modern and best cryptographic libraries available. This is a huge step forward that’ll improve security for millions of users.
Web Performance Link
- Harry Roberts explains why you shouldn’t use base64 in CSS and why base64 and gzip don’t work well together7. He also dives deeper into performance differences to help you figure out the best solution8.
- Jack Franklin explains context in ReactJS applications9 — something that’s discussed a lot in the community and often defined in many different ways. Jack explains why it exists, when to make use of it, and how you can avoid using it.
Work Life Link
- Jason Fried wrote about depending less on each other in a company12 to ensure that team members don’t slow each other down.
- Basecamp gives insights into why they chose profit13 as their route to a healthy work environment and a sustainable business.
Going Beyond… Link
- So how can you be sure to not leak data from your phone or computer to authorities when you cross the border16? According to The Verge, the only reliable way is to delete it upfront. An interesting look at the options you have and why it can indeed make sense to delete your data on the phone and restore it later from the Cloud, if you want to avoid any hassle.
And with that, I’ll close for this week. If you like what I write each week, please support me with a donation17 or share this resource with other people. You can learn more about the costs of the project here18. It’s available via email, RSS and online.
- 1 https://uxplanet.org/great-alternatives-to-hamburger-menus-d4c76d9414dd
- 2 https://blog.prototypr.io/goodbye-final-final-sketch-hello-brand-ai-artboards-75f65bec8f17
- 3 https://uxplanet.org/great-alternatives-to-hamburger-menus-d4c76d9414dd
- 4 https://uxplanet.org/great-alternatives-to-hamburger-menus-d4c76d9414dd
- 5 https://uxplanet.org/great-alternatives-to-hamburger-menus-d4c76d9414dd
- 6 http://news.php.net/php.internals/98281
- 7 https://csswizardry.com/2017/02/base64-encoding-and-performance/
- 8 https://csswizardry.com/2017/02/base64-encoding-and-performance-part-2/
- 11 https://appendto.com/2017/02/vue-jss-single-file-components-keeping-it-all-in-one-place-2/
- 12 https://m.signalvnoise.com/depend-less-on-each-other-507fe0e23e4b
- 13 https://m.signalvnoise.com/why-we-choose-profit-e511efc4dcb9
- 14 https://m.signalvnoise.com/depend-less-on-each-other-507fe0e23e4b
- 15 https://m.signalvnoise.com/depend-less-on-each-other-507fe0e23e4b
- 16 http://www.theverge.com/2017/2/15/14629022/border-search-customs-data-privacy-encryption
- 17 https://wdrl.info/donate
- 18 https://wdrl.info/costs/
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