After the first year of blogging - what happened on my blog in 2014?
1st January 2015 | by Adam Beres-Deak | blog, new year, summary
I wish you all a happy new year and much fun and success for 2015! Let's have a quick review of the past 365 days.
In 2014 amongst other things I ...
- published 34 articles
- researched better webfont loading 1, 2
- learned static site generation with node.js tools 1, 2, 3, 4
- began using Instantclick.io for providing better percieved performance 1
- pimped up the good old textarea 1, 2
- discovered a simple usability improvement for Google Maps 1
Top 10 most popular posts
- Loading webfonts with high performance on responsive websites
- Better webfont loading with using localStorage and providing WOFF2 support
- A simple usability trick for Google Maps
- Demystifying AngularJS' dependency injection
- Panning and scrolling background images using the canvas element
- Building desktop apps with node.js and web technologies
- Finding a random document in MongoDB (with benchmarks)
- Loading web pages really fast - optimistic page loading with Instantclick.io
- Automatically loading Grunt tasks with matchdep
What I learned from blogging in 2014?
- Blogging is fun
- No matter how much I understand the topic I'm writing about, it still takes a lot of time and effort to publish a post
- A few times I really used my blog to gather information about things I would have forgotten otherwise
- I want to go on and publish betters posts and more often
Happy new year photo: Wikimedia Commons
by Adam Beres-Deak
Latest blog posts
Displaying icons with custom elements 14th October 2015
Better webfont loading with using localStorage and providing WOFF2 support 18th December 2014