A web tool to add colored lights to your portrait photos in seconds.
Imperative Slot API, ‘forced-colors’ media query, import-assertion, and more.
Tools and opportunities to help people make their own contribution.
The CSS architectural solution we’ve all been waiting for.
An extremely fast CSS parser, transformer, bundler, and minifier.
Try CSS Grid, transform, absolute positioning, or negative margins.
“Side projects can be your career in tech.”
A framework-independent HTML compiler for Single File Web Components.
Deno’s full stack web framework brings significant improvements.
“Developing taste is such an overlooked area for product and UI designers. Color theory isn’t as important as understanding what simply looks good.”
“Managing icons is an under-discussed part of UI library management.”
Placeholders for your designs: text fields, images, logos, and icons.
CSS Subgrid, Container Queries, :has(), AVIF, passkeys, and more.
“There is no pain quite as exquisite as coding HTML emails.”
“We need to stop treating accessibility as though it’s simply a feature to be implemented.”
The power of language models in machine learning and artificial intelligence.
When in doubt, set your text in a font that’s easy to read.
Customize color palettes, add gradients, and more with COLRv1.
WCAG 2.2 is now pretty close to becoming an official standard.
What to expect from the Islands Architecture of the newest UI frameworks.
Cool photo effects using just a few lines of CSS.
“We’re wrongfully downplaying the complexity of HTML due to the simplicity of its syntax.”
A collection dedicated to digitally preserving graphic design history.
Solve issues that prevent your pages from being served over HTTPS.
The Open UI initiative is making it easier to build better pop-ups.
What to keep in mind when using @supports selector().
A highly-requested CSS feature has finally arrived in major browsers.
Tinloof’s first choice when it comes to headless CMS.
Assets to integrate animated emoji into your designs and products.
Replit’s high-fidelity take on the historical states of code.
“Honestly, a design degree should be 25% philosophy, 25% history, 25% cognitive science and physiology, and 25% typography. Everything else you could pick up on the job.”
Do you think that web form has got your number?
“Tools like Figma represent what the future of all software will look like: collaborative, multi-player, and built natively for the web.”
Correct and wrong ways of labelling buttons.
Reduce layout shifts by adjusting web fonts and system font fallbacks.
“We’re at the absolute low point with HTML.”
Seamlessly integrate Design Tokens into your development workflow.
Open-source vector icons in 16 styles for any project.
A React-like framework reimagined for the edge.
We are entering a new era of human-machine co-creation.
An SQL cookbook with many small independent recipes.
The AI model delivers impressive lossy image compression results.
A collection of design systems for Figma from all over the globe.
The standalone runtime for WebAssembly is now production ready.
Progressive Web Apps can have their own app windows and title bars.
“It can be one of the best things you can do for a site’s performance.”
“Some of these websites’ skeleton loading pages should add some hold music.”
Colorize your black and white photos or give your images a fresh look.
An open-source backend server for web, mobile, and Flutter developers.
“The flaws of the React framework make me want to cry sometimes.”
The many things you can do with min(), max(), and clamp().
Vercel, the front-end development platform, is now even more collaborative.
A cross-platform application to view 3D files without any professional software.
New ‘satisfies’ operator, improved ‘in’ operator narrowing, and more.
App-accessibility platform with guidelines, accessibility features, and code samples.
The importance of having an efficient website.
“Can’t believe we’re all still suffering with JSON that doesn’t support comments.”
The most common pitfalls and how to address them.
What if we could write all SVG attributes in CSS?
Reflections of a 40-year-old programmer that looks back.
Responsive design as a hardware concept.
Reasonable and weird layouts with HTML, CSS, and SVG.
Windows web apps can now look and feel like native apps.
Making sense of React, Vue, Svelte, Solid, Next, Remix, Qwik, and MPAs.
The AI-powered creative image generator is open to everyone.
A toolbox that helps you meet the latest accessibility compliance standards.
Rank track keywords based on Google Search Console data.
How to test page transition performance in WebPageTest.
Accessibility is a practice that touches every aspect of a digital experience.
A sans-serif font that walks the line between simplicity and friendliness.
A collection of valuable snippets you can use in the browser console.
“There’s really no good reason to use the bulky .gif file format anymore.”
How to unleash the full potential of TypeScript’s type system.
A collection of infinite canvas tools that work the way we think.
Cloudflare now aggregates the top most popular domains based on usage.
“The password burden has to shift away from the user to the backend.”
The Brave browser will soon hide cookie consent notifications.
How the HTML ‘template’ element can make your life simpler.