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Material Design – Crawlers understand custom elements? How does SEO work?

Posted on November 13, 2014 by Sameera Thilakasiri

Because Polymer makes use of polyfills, search engines should treat Polymer-based applications no differently than they do other javascript-based web apps. In fact, Google’s crawler understands JavaScript heavy applications. Going forward, it is a reasonable assumption that as use of native Shadow DOM increases, search engine providers will try to adapt to understand it, just as they have adapted to other new web technologies in the past.

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Google updated with Material Design for Android Lollipop

Posted on November 13, 2014 by Sameera Thilakasiri

Google Material Design example

Google is bringing its new Material Design style to all of its biggest apps, and today that includes its namesake. Anyone who’s running Android Lollipop should soon begin to see a more colorful design inside of the Google app. It doesn’t appear that the app will look all that different, but it’s getting a number of new features in this update too. Most notably, it’ll now be able to search inside of other apps. Google gives the example of searching Tumblr by saying, “OK Google, search Tumblr for ‘Things Organized Neatly,'” at which point the app would send you into the Tumblr app and display the appropriate results.
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Better data showcase with Gestalt Laws

Posted on September 24, 2014 by Sameera Thilakasiri

Gestalt laws originate from the field of psychology. Today, however, this set of laws finds relevance in a multitude of disciplines and industries like design, linguistics, musicology, architecture, visual communication, and more.

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Sameera Thilakasiri By Sameera Thilakasiri
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Concepts of Card UI

Posted on September 2, 2014 by Sameera Thilakasiri

The fundamental elements that constitute cards user interface are underlined by the concept of delivering an entire aggregation of information as grouped into single experiences. Like the traditional cards that were sent to express a holistic experience, cards UI represents integration of several personalized links in a single enhanced delivery. Since the user is involved, this system imitates real life experiences and routines.

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Sameera Thilakasiri By Sameera Thilakasiri
,is a front-end developer based in Colombo, is a blogger and a lifestyle photographer.
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Nodejs & LessCSS and Grunt for your way to frontend development. Performance, optimization, and best practices.

Posted on April 2, 2014 by Sameera Thilakasiri

Nodejs & LessCSS and Grunt for your way to frontend development. Performance, optimization, and best practices.

How does Nodejs & LessCSS and Grunt make easy the FED?

First off all LessCSS(Less is a CSS pre-processor, meaning that it extends the CSS language, adding features that allow variables, mixins, functions and many other techniques that allow you to make CSS that is more maintainable, themable and extendable.) changed the world of UI Engineering with its features. Less runs on both the server-side (with Node.js and Rhino) or client-side (modern browsers only). This is the place where NodeJS stands.
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Sameera Thilakasiri By Sameera Thilakasiri
,is a front-end developer based in Colombo, is a blogger and a lifestyle photographer.
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