Christian Heilmann

⚡️ Links that don’t go anywhere should be buttons

February 5th, 2019

This morning I tweeted a blog post about Back to Basics: Non-Navigating Links for JavaScript Handling and rightfully incurred the wrath of the Gunnar pointing out the flaws of the article. In essence, the article asks which of the five following examples is the correct one to create a link that invokes some JavaScript functionality: […]

⚡️ [webfinds] Shouting at your screen to prefetch some Word Art

January 29th, 2019

As people complained that I post too many links to follow on Twitter (it is my stream of consciousness – as I find it, I post it), I’m starting to release these link lists every few days now. Hopefully that helps. Performance Doug Sillars telling us that not all your base belong to us in […]

⚡️ HTML is and always was a compilation target – can we deal with that?

January 28th, 2019

Every few weeks the webdevelopment Twitter world gets in a frenzy over terrible HTML. HTML that is only DIVs and SPANs with random classes on them. HTML lacking any sensible interfaces like anchors or buttons. HTML lacking any structure like headings and lists. Non-semantic HTML. Unreadable HTML. HTML is well defined. It is also robust, […]