Hard to believe it was a year ago this month we were appalled at The Charlie Hebdo attacks, the Church of England appoints first woman bishop, and the world first met Caitlyn Jenner… No doubt next year we’ll all be celebrating the lives of Alan Rickman and David Bowie.
Apple announced the pre-release of Safari 9.1 with some notable updates. Such as the inclusion of the <picture>
Meanwhile Firefox have started accepting -webkit- prefixes, following the MS Edge browser. Many websites still do not appear correctly in Firefox which has seen its market share continue to drop. More on this here.
jQuery 2.2 and 1.12 have been released, probably the last updates before jQuery 3. It was 9 years ago that the first jQuery was released!
Looking for tools to help with Typography? typography.supply has collated a great list which includes some of my favourites.
What are Google/Alphabet up to this year? The answer is of course a great deal. Check out this article to find out more.
Basecamp’s employee benefits are something they can be very proud of. They include such delights as the gift of free holidays for staff! It would be great to see more organisations realising the value of people and following suit.
The New York Public Library released 180,000 copyright-free images to the public and also gives access to its collection’s metadata and making updates to its API. I’m looking forward to seeing what great content uses for these images people come up with.
Here’s to a prosperous year ahead!
Credits and sources: Anselm Hannemann | smashingmagazine.com