Do you remember our last year article about why your web project should be a PWA? Everything is going the way we predicted! Recently we found the material with results of one of the React.js conferences devoted to progressive app development. And there was a lot of useful sources where you could find everything you should know about PWA in 2018. We’re going to share them with you!
There have been tremendous changes to the way one interacts with iOS on the different devices. The last iPhone X changed the way we use the screen and there is an increased requirement to make actions possible with more gestures. Let’s dive into iOS 11 interaction analysis.
Recently we published the full guide on web app development. And there are many thoughts about should you build a progressive web app or a native. This time we’d like to share with you the opinion, why your web project should be a PWA. And as always, you need to make a decision by yourself.
Despite all the advantages of dropdown menus they obviously have some limitations. Let’s take a look on them and find the alternatives for dropdown forms.
We will take a closer look on latest version of Sketch (v.44) and see what new features it has. One of the main changes is the update of group resizing feature.
Adobe Creative Cloud gathered Basic Patterns of Mobile Navigation for UI/UX designers. It takes a lot of time and many attempts to understand the way user navigate. In this article basic navigation patterns will be examined for mobile to reveal the strengths and weaknesses of each of them.
Today is Monday evening (October the 3d). Warm and fuzzy to deliver our digest. Rschema a good article, which present immutable goodness of having type constrained record-like objects in Ruby. Really pleasant to read. Hamster gem which will help to build your code with fuzzy immutable objects. Are you ready for ruby 3.x? Tme based estimates won’t get…