Then he points out some very practical situations in which good HTML brings meaningful benefits. Maybe benefits isn't the right word, as much as requirement since most of it is centered around accessibility.
Guides, resources and discussions about Semantic HTML are often focused around specific elements, like a heading, or a sectioning element, or a list. It’s not often that we talk specifically about how we can combine HTML elements to increase their effectiveness.… Read article
What a great technological analogy by Mandy Michael. A reminder that TypeScript...
makes use of static typing so, for example, you can give your variables a type when you write your code and then TypeScript checks the types at compile time and will throw an error if the variable is given a value of a different type.
In other words, you have a variable age that you declare to be a number, the value for age has to stay … Read article
Last time, we saw how the average web page looks like using data from about 8 million websites. That's a lot of data, and we've been continuing to sift through it. We're back again this time to showcase some random and hopefully interesting facts on markup usage.… Read article
Essentially a way to import a block of dependancies (scripts and styles) into an HTML document.
<link rel="import" href="imports.html">
It doesn't actually just plop the content from the referenced file where you call it though, like an @import does in CSS or and include does in a server side language. HTML could very much use that.… Read article
The following is a guest post by Rob Dodson (@rob_dodson). Rob and I were going back and forth in CodePen support getting Polymer (a web components polyfill, kinda) working on a demo of his. We did get it working, and things kind of evolved into this article. Take it away Rob.
Update: Rob updated this article on March 5, 2014, getting everything up to date, as this is a rather fast-moving technology at the moment.