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  • httpJunkie

    I liked the show today because you showcased one of my favorite IDE’s actually it’s the sibling of one of my favorite IDE’s. I use Web Storm which is very much like PHPStorm. I use it for JavaScript Development including Node. It’s one of the best editors for that IMO. I come from a .Net background where Visual Studio was my digs! But let me let you in on a dirty little secret about us IDE guys. We all have a copy of Sublime Text that we use when we want to do some prototyping or quick and easy development. These LES IDE, more Text Editor solutions are great for quick and GOOD Html, CSS & Javascript development! SOme find them to be everything they need. I will always have a favorite IDE though. Good thing about the Jet Brains products are that you can get into a great IDE for $50. That’s huge! Great show!

  • simply_simpy

    I am jumping on the JetBrains bandwagon here too. Awesome IDEs. They anticipate your every move. There is one specific to Ruby: http://www.jetbrains.com/ruby/whatsnew/

  • Matt Sanchez

    I was researching the best way to use an image as a heading and came across this video by Matt Cutts. It’s from 2009, but he says that using an w/ “alt” text is without a doubt the way to go. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBLvn_WkDJ4

  • Another thing to keep in mind with web font performance, is that it has quite a notable effect on mobile when you’re not using WIFI.

    There’s a blogpost with side-by-side comparison here http://blog.tagdef.com/2014/04/19/speed-without-webfonts/

    It’s actually a little scary how long some of these websites take to load, and the fact that fonts are loaded by CSS in the header, so it’s a blocking operation. The page will stay entirely hidden until those font files are loaded in.

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