“Sass and CSS variables should have completely different use-cases.”
“I’m starting to realize it’s best to assume that the average user will ignore everything actually written in your documentation, and instead blindly copy and paste code snippets until things magically work.”
Favorite CSS snippets people use regularly.
The popular web debugging proxy is now also available on iOS.
What you need to know if you already have a Progressive Web App.
Define, train, and run machine learning models in the browser.
Cloudflare’s encrypted DNS service.
What support for ES modules in all major browsers means.
Jen Simmons’ talk about Intrinsic Web Design.
Reusable solutions to commonly occurring problems.
Building a more efficient mobile web navigation
How to reduce load times and payloads on your web site.
“Firefox Quantum has a superior performance.”
Twitter is working to renew its relationship with developers.
The ECMAScript module loader for Node 6+ is ready.
A browser extension to test CSS in @supports feature queries.
Inspect your site’s exposure to assistive technologies.
Service Worker API, Payment Request, Beacon API, and more.
Progressive Web Apps, WebAssembly, and Houdini.
What enables you to choose the right abstractions.
The current practice of front-end engineering.
An interactive demo that goes through the algorithm.
Publish Web Assembly packages written in Rust straight into the npm registry.
Trademark and other problems with the language’s nomenclature.
Apple’s distributed datastore starts its next chapter.
How to shed light on what’s breaking and where.
A growing collection of handy tips and tricks for the popular code editor.
Performance monitoring right from the command line.
What you should know about the CSS will-change property.
Microsoft releases the first major version.
Frameworks that set out to simplify things for us.
Let’s make effects that look like those in mobile apps.
Flexbox fallbacks for popular UI solutions that use CSS Grid.
Let’s hook into the layout process of a browser’s rendering engine.
How you can support it natively for elements that don’t support it by default.
New security features for developers who work with open source code.
A look into the heart of where the World Wide Web is defined.
LinkedIn’s new open source projects take on stylesheet performance.
Debugging the web outside of the browser.
Create web-based rooms to meet with others within Mixed Reality.
Calculation results in a usable and accessible way.
The next level of CSS Grid Layouts is on the way.
Resolving issues with the CSS Text and Font modules.
Service Workers, Push, Screen Capture, and more.
Why React is the winning ticket (for now).
Another step towards making the web more secure.
“An incredibly ergonomic and efficient way to build modern web apps.”
“I don’t want to work with a ‘Code Ninja’, they leave a bloody mess. I want to work with a ‘Code Janitor’, you only know they were there because everything is organized and tidy.”
Why the quick and dirty CSS reset is troublesome.
Build deep learning models using a simple visual interface.
Private questions and answers in a searchable archive.
All your contributions in one image for use in social media.
What’s new in the popular code editor.
“Being A Programmer basically requires you to deal with extended periods of feeling like a moron punctuated by brief periods of feeling like a goddamn genius.”
Important concepts illustrated with examples.
Firefox add-on to change tab colors for different development environments.
What tools frontend developers are using.
The design landscape has changed completely.
Why ‘noscript’ matters.
A set of APIs to diagnose and debug Microsoft Edge tabs.
A pioneer in Twitter analytics is calling it quits.
The huge potential of CSS variables.
How to be future-friendly and backward compatible.
Pros and cons of two new ways for doing responsive tables.
Better developer tools, accessibility inspector, improved dark theme.
Unnecessary http headers, and what we can do about it.
Create a faded background effect with a single line of CSS.
Tutorial and demo.
You can, but perhaps you shouldn’t.
Let users easily navigate to specific web page content.
What to do if every (milli)second counts.
GitHub lets you better find recently visited teams, repositories, and projects.
Print-it-yourself poster for web developers.