Yarn has made substantial improvements since its initial release 7 months ago and the project recently surpassed 1,000 Pull Requests. Currently, the authors are planning for the 1.0 release of Yarn which is scheduled for this summer and will come with stability improvements, new features and performance wins.
Running QA tests for Segment’s UI was taking way too long. Sure, they had strong component-level tests for our UI kit. But to test their whole app they needed to painstakingly poke around looking for oddities.
When CSS started out, there was CSS1 and CSS2 (subsequently, CSS2.1 and CSS2.2). So the impression is that CSS has versions, like software, which increment as each new version gets released. That’s not exactly how it works though...
So why do sites add banners like these? The short answer is growth. Users who are willing to sit through a native app download, install, and ongoing update tax are likely to already be heavily engaged with a service. However, it’s blindingly expensive to drive native app installs if you aren’t #1 in your market