“Modern web development feels like having rocket boosters.”
The history, the current state and the future of web compression.
“The goal is nothing less than the democratization of the web’s future.”
A tool to generate websites with specific UX performance metrics.
Speed metrics for your website with different bandwidth and latency settings.
Snippets that can help you write CSS with fewer issues in the future.
Serve a local folder of HTML/JS/CSS files right in your browser.
Favorite languages, tools, workflows, and predictions of developers today.
GitHub’s next iteration for search, discovery, and navigation.
Make your Progressive Web App feel more like a native app.
The metric might not be working the way you expect.
Let’s graduate the role of an open-source maintainer to a paid profession.
WordPress’ growth slows down, while Shopify and Wix win.
A reminder to never directly execute commands.
Instant search of classes/properties from the popular CSS framework.
Some of the alternative paths for developers.
Presents for developers before the end of the year.
Non-vaporware technologies that are moving the internet forward.
WebAssembly enhancements, wide gamut support for ‘canvas’, and more.
Oh Dear expands its website monitoring tool.
A step-by-step guide for Google Analytics 4.
The modern way to embed fully responsive iframes.
Developers can now easily overview the accessibility tree.
Certain errors lead to actions of user frustration.
Intro to the upcoming Launch Handler API for Progressive Web Apps.
The page builder has become more and more popular.
It can make a big difference in how users experience your site.
How the survey results map with upcoming CSS features.
Best practices for how to create and curate a feed.
Resources to help teams and individuals create better developer experiences.
Starting in code gives you leverage to keep growing and building.
“Could people who talk about ‘HTML 5’ please just call it HTML now? ‘5’ introduced new features but now is effectively all there is. Same goes for CSS3. The number doesn't really mean anything any more.”
A proper solution to the problem with current A/B testing tools.
Experiences with using the GA 4 API for your own reports.
Safari is rushing ahead with shipping the new :has() CSS pseudo-class.
How shaders will increasingly look like in the next 10 years.
“SVG is dead, long live TinyVG!”
From the best-supported options to the most cutting-edge.
A couple of solutions to revert an animation on hover.
“Becoming a good engineer is about collecting experience. Each project, even small ones, is a chance to add new techniques and tools to your toolbox.”
A fast text wrap balancer for multi-line headlines on the web.
What the upcoming CSS color notation is all about.
“It’s great to see Safari leading the way on new CSS features.”
A high level philosophy on how to build optimal software.
What to expect from Jamstack development next year.
Generate CSS font size variables for a fluid type scale.
What if SQLite would do just fine for your next web project?
Make your web content more accessible to individuals with disabilities.
“API design is product design.”
Say hello to the era of the meta frameworks.
A command-line tool to generate, analyze, convert and manipulate colors.
A platform for developers to sell, license and distribute their software.
What is good for your reader is also good for your SEO.
There are many reasons to run a DNS server or resolver.
Techniques for particular situations and use-cases.
Chrome now helps to make color fonts widespread.
HTTP Archive’s latest web report is now available as Google Book.
How to prevent an odd rendering issue in Mobile Safari.
Generate beautiful gradients with different interpolation spaces.
New ways to create designs with brighter and more vibrant colors.
“Empathy as an engineer is a superpower. Caring about those you work with will do more for your career than writing beautiful defect-free code.”
Users can move forward with the TypeScript-based Angular framework.
Guidelines to make your website more usable.
Say hello to elem.showPicker().
A tool to create vivid gradients with different color modes.
If your website relies on it, your action is required.
What to keep in mind when getting started with TypeScript.
The original blue was chosen with care and through testing.
Advantages and drawbacks of the ReScript programming language.
100 amazing design and front-end creations.
A new CSS parser, compiler, and minifier written in Rust.
There are some important distinctions to keep in mind.
“Writing good release notes is one of the most important steps of a release: distilling everything down to save others time and giving proper credit and thanks.“
The question seems silly at first but is surprisingly interesting.
The leak lets any website track your web activity and even reveal your identity.
One API to get your URLs into all IndexNow-enabled search engines.
Quick show and tell on CSS cascade layers and the @layer property.
A tiny tool helps to diagnose unnecessary CSS files.
How to identify where things go wrong.
Fingerprint and Face ID sign-ins for your website.
Last year’s most interesting front-end tools, according to Web Tools Weekly.
“Why refactor your code and keep up with dependency deprecations when you can get a new job every 3 years to avoid your own technical debt?”