Fibonacci indentation reduces the number of nested loops.
The browser cache is not always as quick as you think.
Starting in Chromium 85 ‘grid-gap’ is now just ‘gap’.
Why frontend trends like React & Co aren’t always the answer.
What‘s new in the latest release of the popular React framework.
A series examining state of the art CSS technology.
A tool to assist you with using the Intersection Observer API.
Issues tab, a11y info in the Inspect Mode tooltip, and more.
Users’ batteries and data plans will no longer excessively used up.
The modern web has flaws, but let’s not give up on it.
A tiny library to speed next-page navigations by prefetching in-viewport links.
Highlights of the next major version of PHP at a glance.
Let’s return to what made Really Simple Syndication great.
Chrome 85 removes support for AppCache by default.
Find out when the user isn’t actively using their device.
“It might seem from the outside like framework wars are stupid. That’s because they are.”
New metrics, performance score update, new audits, and more.
Let’s find a snippet for loading Google Fonts at lightning speed.
Some sites are port scanning visitors for dubious reasons.
A CSS formula to perfect your responsive web designs.
An analysis of 10 different bad practices and 5 alternatives.
Internet speed test with insights into how well your network is performing.
A guide about how you can help improve the web platform.
How developers learn, which tools they use, and what they want.
Google‘s tools for web developers now deliver essential UX metrics.
Where scoped CSS variables really shine.
The latest Chromium release brings new animations capabilities.
The revolutionary possibilities for collaboration and code reuse.
How you can deal with the issues of Windows High Contrast Mode.
Another great demo of the power of CSS custom properties.
A technical director of the W3C unpacks the histories and mysteries.
Are these browser APIs real magic or just smoke and mirrors?
RedwoodJS, Bridgetown, Scully, and Azure Static Web Apps.
New pseudo-classes to reduce repetition and keep specificity low.
Debunking the myths around the modern web development architecture.
How they work, which ones are there, and which ones you should use.
A new API offering low-latency, bidirectional, client-server messaging.
Let‘s move things that aren’t typically associated with animation.
Authors can now receive micro-payments for their posts.
Why you have never an ECMAScript 4 target in your build tools.
If a native app can do it, the web should be able to do also.
How to decide which approach is better for your use case.
A new way to solve problems detected by the browser.
Everything you can do to make it happen.
How the most popular Chrome extensions affect browser performance.
The different ways people think about and use the term.
The popular front-end toolkit no longer depends on jQuery.
Everybody knows the ‘form’ element, but what is a form attribute?
Interactive playground to master the CSS z-index.
Let’s find out what monitors work best for programming.
Text Fragments can link to arbitrary text on webpages.
CodePen lets you manipulate images via URL parameters.
The focus lies on removing pain points for web developers.
Support for HTTP/3, Webpage Translation, WebP, and much more.
The W3C CSS Grid Specification explained and illustrated with demos.
What’s different to the downfall of Presto and EdgeHTML.
Why the Hypertext Markup Language is absolutely amazing.
GitHub improves your experience on repository pages, especially on mobile.
State-of-the-art tech and tools for scroll-related animations.
A guide to help you speed up the server-side part of your website.
Style editing for CSS-in-JS, support for new JS features, and more.
Explore the latest features and improvements for Safari and WebKit.
The next level to turn your website into an app.
Another milestone in the TypeScript programming language.
Real-user experience data across millions of websites.
What’s wrong with HTTP headers and what‘s coming instead.
“border: 1px solid red; is the console.log of CSS.”
No new avenues for user fingerprinting.
An alternative browser that makes front-end development easier.
Why the Houdini Paint API is a cool new feature.
A new plan moving forward for the general purpose language.
Use cases, progressively enhanced examples, browser support.
Performance monitor, console sidebar, and more.
Features that are making their way into the platform.
The security within the open source ecosystem is improving.
The forces behind what’s currently going on in browser-land.
It‘s wrong to optimize for visual clues at the expense of others.
CodeSandbox gets a better dashboard and workspaces for teams.
What the collaboration means for web developers.