Adaptive Web Design (Book review)
You have likely seen the term “progressive enhancement” quite a lot, especially if you’re a regular reader of this website. But do you understand exactly what it means, and do you try to apply it in every detail of your daily work?
One reason may be that there aren’t enough resources that explain progressive enhancement in a practical and easy-to-digest way. Luckily, Aaron Gustafson has written a book called Adaptive Web Design that does just that.
I’m a pretty hardcore advocate of progressive enhancement myself, and I think this book is excellent at explaining what progressive enhancement is, why it is so fundamental to the core of the Web, and, most importantly, how to apply progressive enhacement to your own work today.
The Web would simply be more robust.
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