New Site - Thoughts and Considerations - MartinWolf.org - Freelance Web Developer
: Martin redesigned his site. I always like to read about people's workflows.:
As you may have noticed I redesigned this very site. Since going freelance I only had the blog which also acted as my portfolio of sorts
Your nesting is harmful — Medium
: Two years ago we’ve started adding a preprocessor, Sass to be more precisely, to our toolchain. … What started as a wonderful journey at the time ended up in a not so beautiful picture about the usage of preprocessors. I’ve learned a lot in the last two years and I’ve seen some of these opportunities used in an alarming way, especially nesting.
Server-side rendering of Single Page Apps
Critical CSS and Performance – David Bushell – Web Design & Front-end Development – David Bushell make websites. I help small businesses, start-ups, individuals, and fellow web agencies make the most of their web presence.
: David optimized his site to show content as quick as possible. Read how: “By inlining critical CSS the browser can start to render immediately while the rest is downloaded asynchronously. What is critical CSS? Anything above the fold apparently. PageSpeed Insights is a useful tool. My original stylesheet was only 35KB so I was skeptical that I’d see any improvements. Nevertheless, I manually extracted 10KB of typographic and layout styles to inline.”
: A Struct in Ruby is one of the built-in classes which basically acts a little like a normal custom user-created class, but provides some nice default functionality and shortcuts when you don't need a full-fledged class. Below I'll discuss some of the different places you might want to use a Struct, but first let's look into what a Struct looks like and a comparable class.