There are good strategic, as well as functional reasons to abide Drupal coding standards, and I'll go over both. As you’ll see, it’s well worth following the rules, even when you don’t agree with them.
In this post we'll cover how to start, stop, and restart the Varnish Cache http accelerator easily on a mac. I'll also offer a few bash scripts that you can use to save a little time when doing so. A video with the blow-by-blow is included.
Does a mobile first approach simply mean generating mockups in that order? Or does it mean writing the HTML/CSS in that order? In practice, the meaning seems to lie somewhere in the middle. Here I argue that whatever “mobile first” means, it doesn't (or shouldn't) mean coding a mobile experience prior to the desktop experience.
Matt Korostoff is a web developer and cartoonist from New Brunswick, NJ. He works for Blink Reaction and you should too.