Wolf fronteers 2010

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Some things I learned at the 2010 Fronteers conference. Originally an internal Netlash presentation.

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<ul><li> 1. FRONTEERS 10 21 oktober Netlash Johan RonsseThursday 2 December 2010</li></ul> <p> 2. What did I learn?Thursday 2 December 2010 3. Google Chrome Frame for IE installable without administrator access on XP Landed in Chrome trunkThursday 2 December 2010 4. Fig 1: actual error encountered on almost any Netlash project JSLint Javascript validation: less mistakes?Thursday 2 December 2010 5. Thursday 2 December 2010 6. Smush.itMake PNGs smaller (But not so much: worth it if automated?)Thursday 2 December 2010 7. Use Googles CDN for performanceAdjusted code from HTML5 boilerplate {* Grab Google CDNs jQuery and jQuery UI. fall back to local if necessary *} ) script&gt;Thursday 2 December 2010 8. To summarize, if you worry about performance, dont use conditional comments.Stoyan Stefanovphpied.comThursday 2 December 2010 9. Empty conditional comments = non-blocking (Also note: stepping away from IE=IE7, always use latest version. Use Chrome frame if available. Advance the web!)http://www.phpied.com/conditional-comments-block-downloads/Thursday 2 December 2010 10. Better: dont include les in conditional comments at all Code from HTML5 boilerplate http://paulirish.com/2008/conditional-stylesheets-vs-css-hacks-answer-neither/Thursday 2 December 2010 11. -webkit-line-clamp </p> <p>WebKit Browsers will clamp the number of linesin this paragraph to 2. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor </p> <p> http://dropshado.ws/post/1015351370/webkit-line-clampThursday 2 December 2010 12. Questions?Thursday 2 December 2010 13. johan@johanronsse.be http://www.netlash.comThursday 2 December 2010 </p>