Say hello to the era of the meta frameworks.
Terms like ‘Web 2.0’ and ‘web3’ are just for marketing.
Last year’s highlights from the inspirational blog for front-end developers.
“web3 is actually more centralized than the web it seeks to replace.”
A command-line tool to generate, analyze, convert and manipulate colors.
A platform for developers to sell, license and distribute their software.
What is good for your reader is also good for your SEO.
There are many reasons to run a DNS server or resolver.
The pressure to “get it right” doesn’t have to be so rough.
Thought-provoking analysis of some data visualization practices.
Techniques for particular situations and use-cases.
Chrome now helps to make color fonts widespread.
Are technologies marketed under "web3" an evolution of the web?
What to expect from cryptocurrencies in the world wide web?
The promise, pitfalls, and opportunities of the “crypto” space.
HTTP Archive’s latest web report is now available as Google Book.
How to prevent an odd rendering issue in Mobile Safari.
Generate beautiful gradients with different interpolation spaces.
New ways to create designs with brighter and more vibrant colors.
“Empathy as an engineer is a superpower. Caring about those you work with will do more for your career than writing beautiful defect-free code.”
Guides, resources, and tips for popular content management systems.
Users can move forward with the TypeScript-based Angular framework.
“The most effective presentation skill is backchanneling, which is where you shop your idea to each stakeholder well ahead of time and get verbal buy-in. Presenting then becomes a cake walk because it’ll essentially be a formality.”
A comprehensive library of high resolution 3D shapes.
Guidelines to make your website more usable.
Say hello to elem.showPicker().
A tool to create vivid gradients with different color modes.
SEO insights from a ten months project.
A huge collection of ready to use interactive animations.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines in plain language.
Adobe’s online converter to transform your videos into GIFs.
If your website relies on it, your action is required.
What to keep in mind when getting started with TypeScript.
“I’m concerned when I see someone’s title looking like UX Designer, Service Designer and Content Designer. Each one is already a full time job, how can someone do the three?”
The original blue was chosen with care and through testing.
Design from the perspective of three basic psychological needs.
Advantages and drawbacks of the ReScript programming language.
Insights on remote jobs trends, updated daily.
100 amazing design and front-end creations.
A new CSS parser, compiler, and minifier written in Rust.
Jesse James Garrett about the evolution of UX design.
There are some important distinctions to keep in mind.
A tool to transform your SVG icons or illustrations to Lottie animations.
“Writing good release notes is one of the most important steps of a release: distilling everything down to save others time and giving proper credit and thanks.“
The power of a well established web technology.
Google Fonts for your wireframes and other early-stage designs.
The question seems silly at first but is surprisingly interesting.
The leak lets any website track your web activity and even reveal your identity.
Google’s statement after Austrian accusations of GDPR violations.
One API to get your URLs into all IndexNow-enabled search engines.
Quick show and tell on CSS cascade layers and the @layer property.
A tiny tool helps to diagnose unnecessary CSS files.
How to identify where things go wrong.
Fingerprint and Face ID sign-ins for your website.
Edge is getting a new modern RSS feed.
Last year’s most interesting front-end tools, according to Web Tools Weekly.
An entire site audit tool for scanning live and development sites.
“Why refactor your code and keep up with dependency deprecations when you can get a new job every 3 years to avoid your own technical debt?”
“UX testing almost always works, but it is only profitable at scale.”
Use-cases where using SVG and CSS shine.
What to keep in mind when creating content for different communities.
Simple ways to identify key accessibility issues with your content.
An in-depth article with interactive illustrations on how GPS works.
Creative coding with SVG paths and the getPointAtLength() function.
“Linux isn't magic, it's sudo science.”
The path from a runtime library to a full-featured framework for web developers.
A smart solution for hanging bullets, numbers, and punctuation marks.
Advantages and drawbacks of popular blogging platforms.
CSS ‘:focus-visible’ pseudo-class, enabled NavigationPreloadManager, and more.
Google Search now lets you control if your embedded content is indexed.
“When I was a kid I wanted to be a vet, and look at me now fixing bugs all day. Mission achieved.”
Communities, people, books, blogs, podcasts, tools, and more.
How low-level libraries like libusb can be ported to the web.
Detect at-rule support with @supports at-rule(@keyword).
A collection of command-line tools that will make you smile.
An incoming method to orchestrate the “C” in CSS.
“10 years ago my Twitter feed was full of people striving to make the web better. Now it feels like everyone is out to make a quick buck.”
The design of social spaces on the web increasingly matters.
Guidelines for using the HTML ‘div’ element in different use cases.
A gallery of box-fitting, breathing, jumping, and flipping lettering.