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Best of February 2014

  • Posts

    • Getting started with gulp (w/ comparison to Grunt + full example gulpfile), @………’s post
    • @……… (chair of IETF HTTPbiz WG): “Nine things to expect from HTTP/2”, post
    • A guide to serveral security-related HTTP headers, Boy Baukema’s post
    • CSS performance revisited: selectors, bloat and expensive styles, @………’s post
  • Content

    • Best practices for using capability URLs (?), @………’s 25-page slide deck
  • Media

    • @……… explains SPDY and HTTP/2.0 in a 10-min whiteboard-animated presentation
  • Demos

    • Animating gradient colors with background-size and -position, @………’s demo
    • A simple subsetting and inheritance trick using Google web fonts, @………’s demo
    • Responsive footnotes, @………’s demo
  • Tools

    • AccessLint, a web tool for testing accessibility of websites, site

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