Adobe consolidates all Typekit plans into one streamlined service.
GitHub makes it easier to apply review feedback to your code.
“I wish we could require anyone dispensing business advice to publish their revenue and profitability numbers.”
“I spend so much of my time trying to make complicated things more simple. It looks really simple but it’s actually kind of complicated.”
Visual code editor for designing digital products without writing code.
“A whole new way of thinking about how we deal with infrastructure.”
“If you think someone’s work is good, and important, tell them! It really can make a surprisingly large difference.”
Myths vs. realities of Google, Bing, Amazon, Facebook, DuckDuckGo, and more.
Preventing attackers from exploring your browsing history.
Debugging in Google Chrome.
Let’s find the point at which performance drops.
Let’s rethink asset delivery for the modern web.
The features that you cannot find in many other IDEs.
All jQuery File Upload versions before 9.22.1 are vulnerable.
“Programmers are people who agreed to do homework for the rest of their lives.”
Let’s investigate the cost that’s passed on to the user.
A handy cheatsheet to help make sense of promises and async/await.
Find out fast using the Navigation Summary report in Google Analytics.
New release with support for Web Components, and much more.
“No marketer can afford to ignore page speed in 2019.”
The answer lies with your ‘Undecided Explorers’.
Safari preview with many improvements and bug fixes.
You still have a significant say in how it works for you.
No more Eddystone and Physical Web beacon notifications.
Safari 12.1 might soon support Dark Mode.
Framer’s new interactive tool to design interactions.
Mozilla introduces new privacy features.
The promise of design-token systems.
But don’t hold your breath.
Why code reviews are important and how to improve the process.
“Working on the web today feels like assembling furniture from Ikea without instructions.”
An approach for user researchers to increase their impact.
Search operators that will give you some fresh SEO ideas.
“Don’t solve with process what you can solve with a conversation.”
Easy organization of responsive layouts.
Monitor back-end and front-end performance all in one place.
Chrome enables multi-threaded web apps.
GitHub’s editor has started to parse your code while you type.
Same principles, but different and newer techniques.
“The problem with replying to email, is that people reply back.”
Techniques for managing a UX team.
Best-in-class examples that bring Google’s design language to life.
The Accessibility Object Model will make web design for developers easier.
“Infinite scrolls are usually not problem solvers but problem makers.”
You’ll need to upgrade if you have more than 1,000 photos and videos.
Let’s rediscover the web as a space for design experiments.
How you can use variable fonts today.
“Why do I prefer libraries over frameworks? For the same reason I prefer composition over inheritance.”
Things you should consider.
There is no performance advice that is always good.
Native apps are no longer as necessary as they once were.
Lazy loading in a Google Search friendly way.
Let’s ensure a neutral and sustainable future for GraphQL.
“Interviewing stakeholders is crucial for designers.”
How browsers create trees and how the DOM responds to events.
Your stats in Google Search.
Preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter, and more.
“Workers are the future of Serverless and cloud computing in general.”
Flickr will not erase older photos licensed under Creative Commons.
Why the display of tile layouts on the web is a solved problem.
Fancy color palette generators vs. what you actually need.
React vs. open web standards.
Cloudflare introduces the 18.104.22.168 mobile app.
“First time founders are obsessed with product. Second time founders are obsessed with distribution.”
“It’s easier to make a fast website than it is to keep a website fast.”
The creator of PostCSS takes a chance to look back.
New analysis engine for Pagespeed Insights.
How it is to work as a professional software engineer.
Play a game while looking through design portfolios.