Below you find the last seven QuirksBlog entries.
A friend of mine bought a fairly cheap (so probably not-too-new) Samsung smart TV to watch football, then promptly went on holiday with his family and asked me to feed the cat. In return I demanded the remote for the TV, and the manual (which turned out to be useless). So here’s my report of my first ever smart TV browser test.
Here are my slides for HTML5 Dev Conf, both the workshop and the conference.
Here are the slides of my Viewports presentation at WebVisions in Portland.
As I said before I’ll repeat the presentation at the Marquee Club in Seattle on the 14th, and at HTML5 Dev Conf in San Francisco on the 22nd. Also, I’ll do an entire workshop on this subject on the 21st, also in San Francisco.
Tomorrow I’ll leave for a 16-day tour of the US, which will bring me to Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco. My schedule is:
OK, so Vitaly let the cat out of the bag: I’m writing a new book: The Mobile Web Handbook, and Smashing Magazine is publishing it. It’ll be roughly 250 pages and will be available in June. Pre-ordering is possible right now.
By default, if you tap on a touchscreen it takes about 300ms before a click event fires. It’s possible to remove this delay, but it’s complicated. I investigated it.
See the April 2014 archive and beyond.
I’m around at the following conferences: