Where we are today.
Things you can do without element/container queries.
What frontend developers are currently using.
“Container queries would revolutionize my design practice.”
“Designing with element queries feels like time traveling to the future.”
Service Worker, Web Push, Analytics libraries, and real-world sites.
Tailoring website elements to a wide array of devices.
You can become a victim of your own success.
Small thing with big effect.
Preload can greatly improve page load performance.
Grids are so much more than table-style layouts with a new syntax.
What’s involved in working with strings and files of Unicode text.
Tutorial and demo.
There’s plenty to celebrate in the latest release.
A brief look.
Resource Timing has been added as an experimental feature.
Using CSS selectors to highlight potential HTML problem areas.
The basic concepts and terminology of CSS Grid.
Say hello to near-native performance for web apps.
Platform for teaching and learning code via screencasts.
What developer types or technologies are changing in demand?
“It’s a must that the most basic content is accessible from any browser.”
“I think 2017 is going to be a good year for Web Components.”
Color selections driven by principles anyone can learn.
High-quality JPEG images with 35% file size reduction.
Browser caching is looking better.
How browsers deal with multithreading and input.
Electron is eating the desktop alive.
Think of it as an integrated development environment for building websites.
What to adopt in order to become a frontend, backend or a devops.
How you can write CSS that is lightweight and reusable.
Favorite technologies, coding habits, and work preferences.
Why they should not be used as alternatives to one another.
“Using CSS Grid is easier than you might expect.”
Help users check out faster with Autofill.
The Grid concepts visualized and explained.
CSS Grid Layout, Fetch, Custom Elements, and more.
A new way to minify CSS.
“If you see anyone write ‘CSS is broken’, just remember the word my is missing. It should be ‘my CSS is broken’.”
Free testing against all versions of Microsoft Edge.
What it means for Akamai and SOASTA customers.
A simple tool to build complex CSS Grid templates.
“Container queries appear to be yesterday’s answer to today’s problems.”
CSS Grid Layout is coming to Microsoft Edge.
Post responsive design, or what we can learn from the past.
Twitter’s new progressive web app with offline support and push notifications.
Why progressive web apps are no-brainers for most websites today.
Effective ways to explore and solve users’ problems.
“Understanding cyber-security is not a luxury for web developers.”
Highlight potentially broken, malformed or legacy (X)HTML.
Monospace typeface designed to be the ideal font for programming.
Now available for both client and server.
Microsoft releases a React library for building cross-platform apps.
A set of techniques.
Has Google managed to squeeze blood from a stone?
Debug Safari and iOS WebViews from anywhere.
How to produce your own augmented reality experience.
“How you treat the junior software engineers on the team tells me whether or not you’re a great engineer.”
Ideas to improve the accessibility of dynamically added error messages.
Scalable, responsive designs with simpler code.
Create, share and reuse React projects with others.
Mozilla streamlines the release process.
What web developers can expect this year.
Atom, the popular code editor, now loads 50% faster.
Interactive quizzes with different levels: beginners, intermediate, and advanced.
Do’s and don’ts.
New features for web developers.
New horizons for web development.
Microsoft continues to improve browser performance.
Browsers are getting quietly rebuilt around us.
Why it has become increasingly difficult to collaborate.
Healthy advice for developers.