This Week in Mobile Web Development (#155)

Chris Brandrick recommends

Why ‘Mobile First’ May Already Be Outdated

— If “mobile first” is our future, why are almost all the most successful mobile driven businesses building web apps designed for larger screens?

Paul Adams

Brian Rinaldi recommends

A Brief Overview of Responsive Navigation Patterns

— Responsive Web design has changed the way we build sites. Here, Smashing Magazine looks at responsive navigation techniques, in particular.

Chris Poteet


Search built and optimized for mobile by Algolia

— Build instant search for your site in a few lines of code. JavaScript and React frameworks come with widgets that give you a great search out of the box. Everything is optimized for mobile speed and UX.


Chris Brandrick recommends

Think You Know The Top Web Browsers?

— Our traditional idea of the top five browsers may be over-simplified, outdated and skewed.

Peter O’Shaughnessy

Holly Schinsky recommends

10 Frameworks for Mobile Hybrid Apps

— A list of ten useful frameworks to help build mobile hybrid apps.


Peter Cooper recommends

Your Site Without JavaScript

— A brief (but constructive) look at the cost of JavaScript.

Ben Schwarz

Chris Brandrick recommends

Mobile in the Future

— A detailed three-hour mobile design workshop filmed at Google Conversions. (90-min presentation followed by a 90-min Q&A)

Luke Wroblewski

Holly Schinsky recommends

How to Boost App Downloads by A/B Testing Icons

— Roman Rudnik shows how to boost app store downloads by A/B testing multiple icon designs in this step-by-step walkthrough.


Chris Brandrick recommends

8 Steps to Publish Your NativeScript App

— A to-the-point checklist for deploying a NativeScript-built app to the iOS and Google Play stores.

TJ VanToll

Brian Rinaldi recommends

Spring Into CSS Grid :blossom:

— An overview of getting started with CSS grid.

Joni Trythall

Holly Schinsky recommends

touch-action: A CSS Property to Customize Touch Interactivity

— A CSS property determining if and how a user can interact with an element via touch input using the browser’s default features.

Hui Jing Chen

Chris Brandrick recommends

Stop Using Device Breakpoints

— “ Content breakpoints give people better experiences no matter what size device they have.”

Adam Silver

Brian Rinaldi recommends

Container Query Discussion

— A good overview of the debate about whether container queries are necessary or not.

Chris Coyier

Brian Rinaldi recommends

AMP For Retailers: Is It Worth It?

— How to get started with AMP and how it can be used specifically to benefit an e-commerce website.

Myriam Jessier

Holly Schinsky recommends

Release of PhoneGap Local Notification Plugin

— A new PhoneGap Local Notification plugin has been released to follow the W3C Web Notifications spec and is supported on both iOS and Android.

PhoneGap Blog

Holly Schinsky recommends

Use Any JavaScript Library With Vue.js

— Different approaches for adding JavaScript libraries to your Vue.js apps including how to make them into a plugin for use across multiple projects.

Anthony Gore

Brian Rinaldi recommends

Customizing Ionic Generators

— Where to find the generated file templates to customize them to suit your needs.

Chris Griffith

Chris Brandrick recommends

How To Use Geolocation and Google Maps With Ionic

— Implementing geolocation features in an Ionic application, and presenting the location on an embedded Google Map.

Zahid Mahmood

Holly Schinsky recommends

Progressive Web Apps Support Coming To WP-AppKit

— WP-AppKit has been adding support for Progressive Web Apps and you can test it out now with your WordPress site by following the steps outlined in this post.

Uncategorized Creations

Peter Cooper recommends

The Guardian Is Getting 60 Percent of Its Google Mobile Traffic From AMP

The Guardian Is Getting 60 Percent of Its Google Mobile Traffic From AMP


Holly Schinsky recommends

Leveraging Local Storage to Build Faster Apps

Leveraging Local Storage to Build Faster Apps

Nikita Kozlov

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