§ Using pushState to get infinite scrolling and back button working together.
While most of the people that we observed touching their screen used one hand, very large numbers also used other methods. Even the least-used case, two-handed use, is large enough that you should consider it during design.
Don’t try to exit Flowstate to check your email as the app will take the big ole eraser to your text as well. Just keep writing and don’t stop until the timer is up, and you will get to keep your precious ramblings.
Continuous painting mode is a tool that helps you identify which elements are costly on the page. It puts the page into an always repainting state, showing a counter of how much painting work is happening. Then, you can hide elements and mutate styles, watching the counter, in order to figure out what is slow.
§ Making an accessible dialog box: ARIA, focus and Esc.
As a Cat, I want all the doors open all the time so that… no reason. I just like it.