tldraw now turns drawings into functional web apps.
The answer is familiar but uncomfortable: it depends.
Lessons learned from building open-source Web Components.
The social network prioritizes user community over growth.
An antitrust testimony shed light on how Google Search works.
The ideal design becomes only apparent in hindsight.
We all know accessibility is critical, but where to start?
What they are and where they may replace Media Queries.
Google now offers a third-party cookie deprecation trial.
Lessons learned from using modern web frameworks.
With great power comes great responsibility.
A tiny design system styled with modern CSS in black & white.
Insights into developers’ technologies, lifestyles, and interests.
CSS Grid may be more complex than you think.
Ways to surface AI assistance in digital applications.
Handpicked e-commerce inspirations with handy filter options.
“Internal linking is a goldmine to beat your competitors.”
A handy way to explore accessibility issues right in the browser.
A searchable and filterable gallery of patterns and textures.
A guide to perceived performance and less painful waits.
Mozilla’s browser introduces another privacy-first feature.
An HTML ‘select’ with progressively enhanced interactivity.
Things you can try out with just a text prompt.
A walk through the possible causes and potential solutions.
“A method that always works for any design and color.”
Typing of class constants, deep-cloning of readonly properties, and more.
Why URL design matters and how you can do it.
“Accessibility shouldn’t just be about having equal access.”
When a dancing baby GIF was cutting edge.
“Folks, you may find it hard to believe, but the reality is: the vast majority of the web runs on PHP, MySQL, and jQuery.”
An introduction to the rebellious take on Flat Design.
Are you confused about how Git branches work? Read on.
We were told that it would never happen, but it will.
Stability AI brings its first foundation model for generative video.
A study has revealed the key components of an AI prompt.
Current developments and opportunities in the UX industry.
What’s possible today that wasn’t one year ago.
HTML video/audio can be delivered using media queries again.
Or how could we handle pressure to use dark patterns?
How to build a blockquote that starts with a curly-quote.
They can deliver a uniform interface across frameworks.
It’s time to switch from hsl() to oklch() for color palettes.
Debug issues and check custom widgets for accessibility.
Results of a survey run at Brighton SEO conference.
“SVG filters are some of the most underrated front-end tech. They are ridiculously powerful.”
A key aspect of web accessibility is often misunderstood.
Amazon launches a generative AI-powered work assistant.
Mastering CSS overflows in layouts and with scrollbars.
Two code ninjas discuss the latest around web development.
24 articles in 24 days, mainly on front-end development.
Easily hide a required JS component until instantiated.
“You might discover methods that you didn’t know existed.”
How Power Distance affects cultural aspects in UX design.
How they could shape the future of web development.
The big three may effectively and quickly be down to a big two.
Servo, the evolving browser engine, is steadily improving.
Let’s talk about ‘HTML UX’ instead of ‘semantic HTML!’
What to expect from Mozilla’s Llamafile (think your own ChatGPT).
The yearly publication about everything web performance.
“I’ve learned that RSS support is surprisingly good, even today.”
This year’s advent calendars covering web-related topics.
Create a unique avatar with your photo and a selected style.
A vibrant collection of 500 hand-drawn vectors.
Some cool examples to challenge your assumptions.
Tech people’s perspectives on AI and its practical use.
“A pretty great feature for progressive enhancement.”
“Sometimes, you don’t realize you made things easier for yourself, but not so much for your users.”
“Don’t abuse the confidence the user places within you.”
“I’ve only been in the EU for a week, and those ‘Are you sure you don’t mind cookies?’ web prompts are driving me bananas! I’ve heard about this, but to experience it firsthand is… eye-opening.”
How you can prevent the most common issues.
It’s based on HTML, the markup language.
Building one is the path to comprehension.
MDN has enhanced its browser support widget.
Mozilla’s engagement for a better internet in 2023/2024.
New W3C recommendations expand the scope of WoT.
New APIs, new dev toolbar, faster builds, redesigned docs.
Why we better embrace progress over perfection.
Easily retain a subject in a series of images with prompts.
Google’s new AI model handles text, images, video, audio, and code.
Benefits and limits of declarative HTML security headers.
An interactive guide illustrating how to craft them.
Theory and praxis of UI typography, with many illustrations.
JetBrains has released its long-awaited AI Assistant publicly.
What’s odd about the new auto-sizes for lazy-loaded images.