Last week at Enonic - 2017, week 32

Last Week

Last week Enonic got some Norwegian press coverage around its work on Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and the next big step for web and mobile app development. Read the article in Digi here (in Norwegian) and check out our case study of our own Foosball PWA.

If you didn’t last week, also read up on PWA with our new PWA document, specially now that Webkit is finally on board with Service Workers!

Our meetup (breakfast seminar) for content markeeters and web editors is only a few weeks away. Planned for the 14th of September we now have a set agenda and lineup of speakers, be sure to check it out and sign up to attend!

Further reading

Here’s some interesting articles popping up last week, related to Web Development in general.

Google’s good old Page Speed report is going to be put to sleep, replaced by the all new Lighthouse (now in beta). Be sure to try it out, it measures page speed and first paint time way better than the previous technology.

A new Chrome experiment is online, where you can explore Dante’s inferno visually and interactively in your browser. Pretty impressive work.

Observing intersection objects (needed for loads and loads of different use cases) in Firefox should become easier now that the IntersectionObserver API arrives.

Unpkg is trying to be the new CDN of choice, meant to be always updated and way easier to deploy to. Metafizzy explains why they tossed out CDNJS for Unpkg.

Ever wondered what to charge your clients, Paul Boag writes some interesting thoughts on service pricing in Smashing Magazine.

Send me a private message if you happen to stumble over something interesting this week.

Enonic Releases

In case you missed it, Enonic XP 6.11 is fresh off the shelves this summer. Take it for a spin!

Enonic Market

Enonic Market took a well deserved break last week, with five new apps/libs the week before. Already before this week fully started we have two new updates, so be sure to check in next week.


The following events are planned so far, and quickly approaching:


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Don’t forget to certify yourself as an XP developer!

See you next week!

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