Jeremy nails it again with this beginner-friendly introduction to Service Workers and Progressive Web Apps. The foreword to the book says “you’ll gain a solid understanding of how to put this new technology to work for you right away” and I’d say that is very accurate. One of the important things the book emphasizes is… Continue reading Express Review: Going Offline by Jeremy Keith
A fully packed 334 pages of analysis on the current state of mobile and best responsive design practices. Bottom line: most people working in web design today should probably read this book, whether they’re designers or developers. See the full post for my six key points.
This Christmas, there was no shortage of snow! Or books, for that matter. The top three in the above picture I’ve already finished, the encyclopaedia of Wine (Viini) will probably take some more time to wade through though, as will the bottle of fine Caol Ila single malt. Happy New Year everyone, let’s hope 13… Continue reading Christmas 2012
I seem to have read a lot of apocalyptic literature recently. After finishing The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood (highly recommended), I continued on the same theme with Stephen Baxter’s sci-fi novels Flood and Ark. Being a big fan of Arthur C. Clarke, I became acquainted with Baxter’s writing though his collaboration with… Continue reading Flood and Ark by Stephen Baxter