We mustn’t forget the basics.
About the Open Web and the dangers it faces.
Speed is more important than aesthetics.
A response to Jakob Nielsen's post on mobile web usability.
About an unsolved mystery of responsive web design.
Q&A with the most influential individual working on the Web today.
Opera moves to WebKit as its rendering engine.
“It's called Opera Next 15 and it's based on Chromium 28.”
The new Opera built on Chromium and Blink.
“Don't undersell! Don't say ‘my new site’, say ‘An Artisan Blend of HTML, Handpicked Medallions of CSS, Glazed with Organic Script du Java.’”
Narrowing the gap between native apps and web apps.
“Those in the know could guess this was coming.”
About the past, present and future of CSS.
“I’m increasingly worried about the messaging surrounding web components.”
Responsive images and preloaders.
260 million users upgraded to ES5, CSS Flexbox…
Making Blink better on lower-spec devices.
“Using Progressive Enhancement enables the 275 million users of Opera Mini worldwide.”
Where we are and where we are going.
Why the Opera Mini browser matters.
Get started with native-like web apps.
“Rest, a lot. That’s when ideas come. Read a lot, eclectically, about everything that interests you. That’s where ideas come from. And wear groovy shirts.”
More future-proof code, better usability and accessibility.
Misconceptions about some essential HTML5 tags.