Introduction Developers working in agencies often tell us that they want to be able to use modern front-end tooling in their workflow. One set of options this manifests as is using Grunt for their build tasks (instead of Ant, bash … Continue reading →
Today we're happy to announce the release of Yeoman 1.0 beta 4. A number of large updates have been made to the project since beta 3, covering scaffolding, performance improvements and overall stability. The community around the project has also … Continue reading →
At my jQueryTO keynote on paint optimization, I mentioned the performance benefits of promoting DOM elements to a composite layer using GPU acceleration in Chrome. Moving compositing of page layers to the GPU can offer better efficiency than the CPU … Continue reading →
I work on the Chrome team at Google, building and advocating for tools to help improve developer productivity and satisfaction.