Yes, you can pick and choose fonts for each character.
Screenshots, DOM print, PDF creation, debugging, and more.
DeX turns smartphones into Desktop Experience mode.
“The biggest misconception about accessibility is that by adding it you’re doing someone a favor. You’re not, you’re doing your job.”
“The older I get, the longer my variable names get.”
A web-app for ‘cleaning-up’ your SVG files.
The short answer is growth.
Let’s find out where security is an issue.
What Mozilla’s next-generation browser engine is changing.
The CLI tool of the module bundler is now easier to use.
A tool to track the rise and fall of programming technologies.
When it comes to readable code, most of us could do better.
Take GitHub beyond your browser.
What’s new in Polymer, the JS library built on top of Web Components.
WebKit introduces reduced motion features for accessibility.
What’s the right framework for you?
A format similar to RSS and Atom but in JSON.
“‘Progressive Web Apps’ has proved to be far more than a buzzword.”
It combines and configures the best build tools.
How it can help make accessible dropdown navigation menus.
“HTML is by default accessible. As developers, it’s our job to not fuck that up.”
The web’s amazing capacity to reinvent itself.
Who is most likely to get stuck in Vim.
How it has grown and what it’s capable of today.
Browserify vs. Webpack.
Why it makes sense to learn all the web layout methods right now.
A smaller, faster drop-in upgrade with even more features.
Where we are and where we are going.
What’s new in the UI component development environment.
It’s powerful but there are drawbacks.
“The web would be a better place if more developers considered accessibility as an interesting challenge rather than a painful burden.”
All HTML elements with descriptions, examples and previews.
What WebKit’s new feature means for web developers.
WebVR on Firefox goes cross-platform.
WebRTC, WebAssembly, variable fonts, camera/microphone access, and more.
Chromium’s better fit for high-performance web apps.
WebKit’s browser solution to high performance code.
“I’ve been a web developer for 20 years. When things frustrate me I try to make the platform better, rather than sneering and whining.”
What to expect, and why it’s important.
What web components are and how to use them.
The on-boarding process of two type checkers in comparison.
Building clean, modular design systems.
Amazing features are coming to the web.
“We need to think more carefully about how we use CDN control panels.”
Everything you wanted to know.
What’s new for web developers.
Developer’s practices, habits, knowledge, and understanding of CSS.
“The new version of Firefox nails the ‘just right’ balance between memory and speed.”
Configurations for shared hosting and web servers.
Insights from the Stack Overflow 2017 Developer Survey.
Why they are a compelling way to structure modern web apps.
A linting tool for the web, with a strong focus on the developer experience.
What’s new in the Firefox Developer Tools Layout panel.
How a peer-to-peer protocol can impact the web’s design.
“CSS variables will challenge some techniques and thinking we’ve developed over many years.”
Let’s find a proper way to implement them on the web.
“The Web Animations API looks to be the start of something great.”
A list of companies that sponsor open source software.
“The Internet is much, much slower than it could be.”
Where the name ‘PWA’ comes from and who it is for.