This post is part of a weekly series featuring the latest buzz around the Spry Hive.
“My opinion is it’s a bridge too far to go to fully autonomous cars.”
– Elon Musk
Web Design & Development
Chris Coyier decided to jot down what goes through his head when examining a website. Good items to think about when building your next website.
Dan Mall, former design director at Happy Cog and technical editor at A List Apart, shares his design trade secrets.
When PHP attacks:
— Heath Blackmon (@coleoguy) August 12, 2016
Also found on Twitter… The importance of code reviews:
You never know when a code review might save your life. pic.twitter.com/bRPVQsuxs6
— peterboden (@peterboden) August 10, 2016
More emails are opened on mobile devices and that number is growing. Here is a great list of lessons learned from building responsive emails.
Still exploring what you can do with scalable vector graphics (SVG)? Well, learn what’s new with SVG 2.
If you prefer your sites on the static side, then you’re probably familiar with Jekyll. If you’d like to try the new Jekyll Admin before its release next week, they’re looking for early user feedback.
Twitter has some new features that allow you to better control your experience.
Uber will begin transporting customers around with driverless cars starting this month in Pittsburgh.
NASA is making 861 research papers available for free as part of their new PubSpace database. While you can expect the number of NASA-funded articles published to PubSpace to increase over time, the space agency will not be releasing all of their research. Exempt are materials governed by personal privacy, proprietary, or security laws.
Kick your legs up at the pool, beach or backyard and enjoy a lazy summer weekend with the Spry Hive. See you next week!