This site contains two blogs. On this page you get a quick overview of them and their latest entries.
The QuirksBlog is my professional blog in which I write about web development and related topics, and occasionally about my personal life. I'm not really interested in keeping a personal blog, though, so the majority of the entries are about solidly techy stuff.
Three weeks ago I redid my mobile viewports tests for the umpteenth time, and today I give you my overview. There is some progress to report, but also a lot of changes.
screen.width/heightnow gives the dimensions of the ideal layout viewport in nearly all mobile browsers.
getBoundingClientRect()is relative to the visual viewport in most browsers, but relative to the layout viewport in Chromium 50+ and Edge.
Touch/Click.clientX/Yhas the same problem: it is relative to the visual viewport in most browsers, but relative to the layout viewport in Chromium 45+ and Edge.
Touch/Click.screenX/Yis still chaotic. Don’t use.
Just now Smashing Magazine published Introducing Samsung Internet, an article I wrote about Samsung’s Chromium 44-based default browser with the fairly unimaginative name. It also contains an interview with Samsung Internet engineer and W3C luminary Jungkee Song about the browser and the ideas behind it.
See the QuirksBlog homepage for older entries.
The Elsewhere on the 'Net blog contains many links to other interesting web development sites, articles, and resources.
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See the Elsewhere homepage for older entries.