A nothing but ordinary way to launch your next web site.
A file that describes the web components in your project.
The way the internet is standardized is going to change a lot.
Many bugs have been a part of the web platform for years.
Let’s measure how quickly web pages respond to user input.
Say hello to the first 64-bit release of the popular code editor.
How to style a scrollbar, with both the old and new syntax.
“Would love a browser designed for deep work that only lets you have one tab open at a time.”
Let’s serve fast static pages to the user, full of interaction and life.
What developers think about the technology and its future.
A better builder to bring your Progressive Web App to the app stores.
HTML links are much more powerful nowadays than years ago.
Now Safari and WebKit aren’t teenagers anymore.
It’s the first version of Windows without IE for more than 20 years.
Googlebot’s handling of the top 20 status codes.
A novel privacy-first data sharing platform.
The ECMAScript proposal “Temporal”, explained with examples.
Automate repetitive tasks and improve your front-end workflow.
How to build reliable, installable and capable PWAs for all devices.
Learn to code with short video lessons that start from scratch.
Why multithreading on the web matters and how to master it.
Say hello to the CSS media query features “hover” and “pointer”.
What happens when accessibility is viewed as hard-core usability.
A 12-week, 24-lesson curriculum with exercises and quizzes.
The long road to increase the expressivity of the web platform.
New features of the Web Vitals extension for Chrome.
A solution for a non-trivial problem, illustrated with interactive examples.
If you’re not sure what "a11y" means or how to say it, you are not alone.
Visual programming doesn’t suck. Or maybe it does?
Trick a system into thinking an URL isn’t a link or a single word is two words.
Ideas about how we could get native browser support for tabs.
They are very powerful when we use them the right way.
How the Coil system works at the technical level.
Let’s come back to the fascinating but forgotten standard ‘inert’ attribute.
A short recipe for setting up worktrees for a blog repository.
Why Microsoft’s AI pair programmer bugs the open-source community.
The ARIA in HTML specification became a W3C Candidate Recommendation Snapshot.
How npm audit works, why it’s broken, and what needs to change.
“I miss the days of RSS, where each website could plant its own little flag on the internet, rather than a massive, blunt algorithm deciding what people are allowed to see.”
Terminals in the editor, scrollbar customizations, and more.
“The C in CSS stands for Cascading. Few understand this. The wise leverage it.”
“I’m not a CSS developer, I’m a code stylist.”
Find slow pages on your site or compare your site with those of your competitors.
GitHub’s AI-powered auto-complete raises some questions.
The new headers allow sites to protect themselves from cross-site attacks.
The power of the functional pseudo selectors :is() and :where().
“‘Is it a site or is it an app?’ has the same energy as ‘is a hot dog a sandwich?’”
An introduction to one of the hot new frameworks on the scene.
Beginning in M94, Chrome will offer HTTPS-First Mode.
Why lazy-loading of images above the fold is a bad idea.
How Apple, Facebook, and Google broke the mobile browser market.
Get ready for enums, array unpacking with string keys, and more.
What if you have to hire a frontend developer and only one question?
Online service to make sure your website works with assistive technology.
Learning to learn matters, especially for web developers.
The potential of the coming CSS Scroll-linked Animations specification.
The HTML section element and its practical use for accessibility.
Template editor, manage widgets with blocks, and many other improvements.
If you debug with Edge, you also get DevTools in your editor.
What to expect from GitHub’s AI pair programmer.
An approach to standardizing common pattern matching use cases.
Mozilla completely removes the non-secure FTP protocol in its browser.
Do quick-fix solutions for accessibility like accessiBe really work?
Firefox, Safari, and Chrome have improved their browser compatibility score.
What RSS is, how it works, and how you get started.
A collection of HTML snippets for a variety of common scenarios.
A collection of open source alternatives to popular business tools.
Small helpers to check for accessibility issues on a web page.
The latest trends on tools, technologies, and programming languages.
Google Analytics vs Umami (with a reverse proxy).
The challenge and the pros and cons of different solutions.
The W3C moved the spec from a proposal to a work-in-progress module.
Responsive partial hydration has landed in the modern static site builder.
Why the annoyance with Safari gets deeper and more nuanced.
Why it’s hard to support Safari in every web project.
How to detect support for media queries regardless of if they are turned on.
How the accessibility overlay tracks your browser activity.
Browsers aren’t ready, but there are workarounds.