JSX alternative using standard tagged templates, with compiler support.
The traditional process and what to do if it falls short.
Possibilities and limits.
What happened and what to do about it.
Why it’s not going away any time soon.
How we can deliver app-like experiences on the web.
HPACK works completely different than GZIP.
Show your support for Web Standards.
What developers all over the world think, learn, and use.
State of the art of web font loading.
What we can learn from the last twenty years.
It will replace Edge on Windows 10.
Short descriptions of all products in the Google Cloud family.
Different kinds of code are suited to different kinds of people.
Visualization of performance metrics, and more.
Visual Studio Code’s new way to review pull requests.
Microsoft contributes to the Chromium project.
Potential threats for QUIC and HTTP/3 adoption and deployment.
Dark Mode enhancements, Web Animations, and more.
It rapidly takes market share from other top editors.
Fresh user interface for the popular online code editor.
The future of web standards: Chrome vs. Firefox.
Which reports are going away.
The power of CSS variables.
What you can do to prevent a browser monoculture.
How to be in control of 3rd-party scripts.
The impact of an attack, and what can be done about it.
Keeping up to date with modern tools is fun, but…
More future-proof code, better usability and accessibility.
Google’s mobile-first index grows rapidly.
Visualize how the browser interprets code.
Cloudflare expands global network to 165 cities.
The promise of web components and what we need to consider.
A way to structure and visualize basic building blocks.
Need to keep the screen or the device awake?
Old box model vs. new box model.
Single-frame AV1 video vs. JPG or WebP image.
A fun and practical introduction to Brain.js.
Take your system admin game to the next level.
Buy a standing desk, use a baby wrap, play ambient music, dance.
The decoding performance nullifies byte size savings.
What we need to have a better web app platform.
The power of ‘currentColor’.
Announcing unlimited free private repos and unified Enterprise offering.
Proof of concept.
Find the right commands without digging through the web.
Poor web performance can, and does, lead to exclusion.
“Top two mistakes in documentation: assuming people know everything and assuming people are stupid.”
How the new inspector in Firefox DevTools works.
Better mailto links for people with a browser-based email client.
Cross-platform, cross-browser screenshot testing for user interfaces.
Higlights of ECMAScript 2018.
Today we are left with centralized silos of information.
Why you should switch to looping movie files.
A better workflow for building modern static websites.
Which can we use, and which should still be avoided?
“Keep code simple. Make it easy to read and maintain by others. Design patterns are great, but use them when it’s clear they add value.”
CodePen now lets you manage code from your own website.
Ways to get yourself through layout challenges.
“To get to a good idea, you must be willing to work through a lot of bad ideas and not give up.”
“Why programmers like cooking: You peel the carrot, you chop the carrot, you put the carrot in the stew. You don’t suddenly find out that your peeler is several versions behind and they dropped support for carrots in 4.3.”
Find out which programming font works best for you.
Various techniques to seek out performance issues.