From our new daughter, one year at my new job, and my spiritual growth to learning and giving back as a developer, 2014 has been a full, enlightening year. As the year closes, I want to take time to pause, reflect upon, and be thankful for some of its moments.
While reading How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie, I came across a piece, Father Forgets by W. Livingston Larned, and it struck me like a hammer.
A few months ago, I launched the redesign of my website. I enabled HTTPS a week later, and since then I’ve noticed a significant increase in organic searches—both impressions and clicks. Impressions went up by 144% and clicks by 94% on HTTPS.
Today’s culture is intensely interested in and infatuated with the lives of others. With the Internet and social, it takes little effort to find out and keep up with what’s going on around us. Technology is amazing, and I’m thankful it allows us to be and stay connected, but be careful.
If you don’t like carrying a lot in your pockets, the Mujjo Leather Wallet Case is for you—it’s designed to carry your iPhone along with a couple of bare essentials like your bank card, ID and cash. It’s slim, functional and beautiful.
If you’re looking for a sleeve for your 13” MacBook, you may want to consider the Folio Sleeve by Mujjo—not only does it protect your MacBook from the perils of the outside world, but it’s also a thing of beauty.
Animating SVG with CSS is like animating any other element with CSS—it can be done with transitions, transforms, and keyframe animations. Once you’re familiar with the markup of an SVG, the rest is fairly straight forward.
To ensure your images are sharp and crisp on retina-enabled devices, you want to serve images that are twice as large and scale them down appropriately; however, keeping mobile users and their limited speeds and data plans in mind, it’s important to only serve retina images on retina-enabled devices or when necessary.