Pngy – Load images based on network connection speed | Bram.us

Pngy is a bit of jQuery that allows you to load images of different file sizes based on a page’s load speed. So, if the load speed is slow, Pngy can load your small image. If it’s fast, it can load a hi-res image. It’s kinda like a ping test in Javascript.

Resonates with my ideas on responsive images

Pngy (GitHub) →

Before we have a real solution like the proposed element, plugins like pngy will make life a little better for us

Differences Between jQuery .bind() vs .live() vs .delegate() vs .on()

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Interesting findings abouts the differences between jQuery bind, live, delegate and on