12/27/2016 | Reading time: 4 minutes
Christmas came earlier this year! Since my co-workers switched to MacBooks over the year I got a MacBook, too. I got my new PC last year so I was not due to a hardware change for at least another year but - to my luck - I also got a new PC so we all have the same hardware. After three years of Ubuntu and Linux/GNU it’s odd to switch to MacOS.View full post01/2/2014 | Reading time: 7 minutes
As soon as you start to really dig into web development it feels like things would change daily - at least I feel that way. But there’s one thing that I’d like everyone to do in 2014: At least basic responsive web development to ensure your site - at least - looks good and is usable on whatever screen it will be displayed. There’s nothing I hate more than scrolling websites around on my phone when I want to read an article (to be honest, I mostly leave the site and never come back).View full post12/22/2013 | Reading time: 3 minutes
About 1 year ago I joined a tlk.io Chat created by Tim Pietrusky. It was my first time ever I joined a group of other devs and I was more then nervouse about because I - at this time - considered my self more of a Hobby-Dev who’s not that skilled. I just started using CodePen a few months before and did some fun demos and experiments there like drawing images with CSS and stuff.View full post10/13/2013 | Reading time: 2 minutes
Earlier this year I joined a Dev Group. It was the best decision I made this year and I want to tell you why. After doing more experiments on CodePen and right after I got to know Tim Pietrusky he opened a tlk.io Chat called #CodePen. For those who’re not familiar with tlk: it’s an open web chat. You can create a room, everyone can join and all things are open to everyone who knows the URL.View full post09/1/2013 | Reading time: 2 minutes
If you see Apps (no matter if native or web) and websites like I do, you’ll probably now the worst thing that can happen to an endless scrolling page: No shortcut to get back to top. Even Facebook doesn’t offer a way to get back to top on their website nor do they on Facebook for Android.
On Android you can simply hit the menu button and the sidebar-like menu will fade in, so there is no problem with not having an “scroll to top” action because there is no need to get back to the top.View full post