The web, technology wise, is in a great place. We’ve grown closer to parity with native apps, that’s the gist of progressive web applications, we can have pretty close to the same experience form web apps as we can from native. Javasacript has improved both in terms of speed and interoperability. New HTML5 APIs have… Read More


Progressive and Subcompact Books: Technical notes This is meant as living document. Feedback is appreciated and will be incorporated when appropriate. The idea is to use this and its sister philosophical document as the basis for a proof of concept application Why a progressive web app? I’ll take the original list of attributes Frances and… Read More


This is meant as living document. Feedback is appreciated and will be incorporated when appropriate. The idea is to use this and its sister technical document as the basis for a proof of concept application One of the first web reading experiences I saw was Craig Mod’s Art Space Tokyo. I use the term experience… Read More


I’ve been reading the different positions in the debate started when the International Digital Publishing Forum and the W3C started talking about merging. I’ve also purposefully stayed quiet as I digest the conversations and try to understand the rationale of such a merger. This is my understanding of and position regarding the whole situation. IDPF… Read More


Thanks to Ada Rose Edwards for pointing me to rollup.js and providing examples of how to configure it.  I’ve always struggled to understand the differences between modules and classes and I’m still not 100% sure I understand the differences but I think I do well enough to write up about it. Where a class has… Read More