Some known, some not.
- Gone in 60 frames per second
- Fluid User Interface with Hardware Acceleration
- Let’s make the web jank-free
Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox recently held a video call using nothing but two web browsers and WebRTC (Real-Time Communications):
Does this replace the need for Skype??
Here are a few other resources on the subject:
[A] frustrating overflow bug that took me ages to find the cause of. Sometimes a horizontal scrollbar would appear for no obvious reason.
* Note that this bug exists in all WebKit browsers, mobile and desktop…
We all know and love HTML5 now, right? We’re using it every day, right? And
data-attributes are just one of the new, really cool features that we all love and use, right?
But it appears they may not be the best thing to use, if you’re worried about performance (and I know we are all worried about performance…).
Thankfully, Stoyan has a work-around:
Great article by Stoyan Stefanov regarding tweaking the Facebook Like button to get every
bit (pun intended… :-) of performance possible.
I am a huge fan of polyfills, if applied correctly. And SitePoint has a nice article to explain what, when and how, to solve some common issues.