HTTP2 is based on Google’s SPDY and will change the way you minify and bundle assets
HTTP2 will mean a change in how we should build websites. The best practices of HTTP1 are harmful in a HTTP2 world.
Remember the (hacky) practices below? Well with HTTP2 they are obsolete and even detrimental to performance.
– Image sprites
– Concatenating JS and CSS
– Serving assets from a cookie-less domain.
– Creating different domains or sub-domains to host assets like images.
Read more from the source: mattwilcox.net
Who knew that SVG has a full-featured syntax for animation that makes CSS3 animation capabilities look so basic
The following is a guest post by Sara Soueidan. Sara has a knack for digging deep into web features and explaining the heck out of them for the rest of us.
A quick example of the syntax:
Read more from the source: CSS-Tricks
Finally, a fantastic alternative to the as yet unsupported <picture> element.
Read more from the source: GitHub