Dareboost is a pretty handy tool for performance analysis.
I have run a few of my sites through their analyzer. The results were humbling.
Looks like this could be the future.
Here is Google’s specification of Material Design
And here’s MDL : Material Design Lite, a library that makes it easier to implement.
Responsive images are undergoing a revolution. Things are getting more complex, but also more efficient.
This article provides a very good overview of what’s going on:
Responsive Images 101
And here’s a very convenient placeholder-image generator:
This article is a very good reference when designing ‘hamburger’ menus.
This page has a very convenient bit of code for loading remote versions of the Boostrap CSS and JS files, falling back on local files if it fails.
BootstrapCDN has all the latest urls for remote Bootstrap files.
I am using all this on my current project: ReelYou, a really cool video-portrait service.
Here’s how to trigger the ‘Share location’ browser prompt:
When you really need to style a select input with Bootstrap:
An almost magical way to dynamically resize images depending on the user’s screen size: Adaptive Images
SwipeBox is my new favourite image gallery plugin.