Mozilla now restricts all new web features to secure contexts.
A benchmark for modern web app responsiveness.
Native modal dialog boxes made possible by HTML 5.2.
A guide to empathy mapping and its uses.
New possibilities that Houdini’s paint worklet opens up in Chrome Stable.
…doesn’t excuse you from web performance optimisation.
W3C’s WICG has restarted its effort.
A new way to work with and pay for web servers.
A curated list of awesome developers who stream.
What’s new for web developers: Service Workers, Payment Request, and more.
What’s new for web developers: ResizeObserver, import.meta, and more.
Many improvements, especially to Service Workers and Web Inspector.
The state of developer skills today, insights based on 40,000 developers.
Mozilla incorporates the cross-browser WebExtensions API into the platform.
Progressive Web Apps are taking off.
Patterns for designing Web Components.
Better types, better tooling, and better terminal support.
Let’s autogenerate a Sketch library from a living style guide.
Continuous visual reviews for web apps made simple.
Better performance for visitors to Cloudflare optimised sites.
Firefox 62 will make the change on all the channels.
“Maintaining an open-source project is like being a flight attendant for an airline where all tickets are free and the majority of customer surveys offer suggestions on how to fly the airplane.”
Christine Peterson’s invention of the term 20 years ago.
Backwards compatibility has too many benefits.
Microsoft takes a major step from vision to reality.
Where we are and where we are going.
Why performance matters and how to convince your clients.
Why you should not use it to store anything sensitive.
Chrome will soon mark all http sites as ‘not secure’.
Service worker applications are coming to WebKit and Apple platforms.
How it looks like and how it works.
The what, why, and when of the process.
How the bundling tool can help to optimize site resources.
Comparison of AWS, Google, Firebase, Netlify, and GitHub.
What’s really important.
Questions to interview potential candidates or to test yourself.
You can even make changes slowly over time.
“Developers: Please take a piece of paper and write this 100 times slowly. ‘If it GOES somewhere use a link, if it DOES something use a button.’”
The most trending testing strategies and tools.
“2018 is going to be a great year for progressive web apps.”
Annotations for your multi-language/country site following Google’s specifications.
Now you can make authenticated 3rd-party embeds work.
The winner is: none.
A review of learning resources and tools.
“Animation is 10% learning browser specs, animation libraries, and motion theory and 90% sitting around adjusting timing until my eyes bleed.”
How chaining works and when you can use it.
Why you shouldn’t use third party content you don’t trust.
Responsive components with modern web technologies.
New async rendering features that are coming this year.
We can now change Vertical Rhythm at different viewports.
There is something in there for advanced CSS users.
Europe’s data protection and privacy overhaul.
What can bring our CSS into the 21st century.
The first developer preview of the newest version of Android.
Google’s work on standards to speed up the web.
Ways to make your debugging more productive.
The problem, the old workaround, the new magic solution, and beyond.
Proof of Concept for Chrome and Firefox.
Favorite technologies, job salaries/preferences of developers worldwide.
Service Workers outside the browser.
The new Async Clipboard API is shipping in Chrome 66.
We need websites that doesn’t break every time wind changes.
WebKit’s solution to protect user’s privacy and security.