How to set up a Windows/Linux development box.
Never ship unoptimised graphics again.
What an average person can expect from 5G.
Modernizr for the next-generation web platform.
Inspiration for creators of tomorrow’s computational interfaces.
High-performance 3D graphics and data-parallel computation.
Check if buttons/links on your page are WCAG 2.1 compliant.
Let’s create an alternative business model for online content.
Gatsby version vs. Sapper version.
Run page speed performance evaluations en masse.
Technical and career advice that guides you along your path.
Microsoft’s latest font for CLI experiences and code editors.
Changes that will affect web engineers.
Lessons for your web forms.
Transitions and data protection in CSS.
How Google’s new variable fonts work.
Better insights into how your site performs on Google search.
Further protections of user privacy in Safari.
An ethical license for open source projects.
New meta tags and attributes.
CloudFlare rolled out a real user measurement tool.
Tools to improve the search engine optimization of your website.
“It takes less effort and skill to write a lot of code and a lot more effort and skill to write minimum code.”
The next iteration of the HTTP protocol gets a big boost.
A responsive menu with the same HTML for all viewports.
They just work better than typical mobile sites.
The linting tool for web best practices is now out of beta.
Inside Chromium’s brave plan to change the recipe for cookies.
It’s just too hard to use, and it’s not your fault.
“Me in my 20s: but that corner radius isn’t quite right. Me in my 30s: Literally no one cares. Just get that shit out and see if anyone even uses it.”
“If you’re having z-index problems I feel bad for you son, I’ve got 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 and it seems to work alright on my machine.”
Maybe it is time to re-evaluate our approach to ‘saving the web’.
Convert your web into a Progressive Web App with just a few clicks.
It can make your life as a frontend developer a lot easier.
Load responsive images faster with link rel=“preload”.
Some examples of how clickable areas should be created.
Your website my be affected if it looks for a specific user agent.
What can bring us back to the ease of creation of the early web.
The next major version of the React alternative.
The concerns of Internet Service Providers.
Chrome will start blocking http subresources on https pages.
A horizontal masonry effect for arbitrarily-sized photos.
“A component library isn’t a design system. In order to qualify as a design system, it also needs to have a bunch of documentation nobody reads.”
They will help push the web to be even more secure.
Potential new features and behaviours of service workers.
Everything you wanted to know.
Bing is adopting Microsoft Edge as the Bing engine.
Demos and examples.
How does the real Googlebot treats robots.txt?
What you can do with the WebSocket Inspector in Firefox DevTools.
Don’t underrate the latest web platform to build apps.
“Pro tip: Make positive comments in code reviews as well.”
Secure password generation, new CSS styling options, and more.
Good news for Mac users.
Fun challenges to learn and master frontend development.
“I saw a guy building a website today. No React. No Vue. No Ember. He just sat there. Writing HTML. Like a Psychopath.”
A fast and easy to use Git client for Mac and Windows.
How VS Code can become an excellent writing tool.
What’s available in the latest release.
The state of security for the Angular and React ecosystems.
Part 1: Building a Project Starter with NPM Scripts.
Use cases that are not entirely known across developers.
Layout patterns we might be able to do in the future.
A new way to understand how your site is performing.
It’s compatible with popular automated testing frameworks.
Cloud-powered development environments accessible from anywhere.
The syntax for lookaheads and lookbehinds,
New language, compiler, and tooling features.
“Web developer drinking game: every time your code works, take a slurp of coffee.”
Let’s deliver a more app store like install experience.
Why the basic web foundation does seem to be in trouble.
Let’s build a tiny crop helper function.
A Babel preset that targets modern browsers by fixing engine bugs.
Bad practices in HTML, copied from real websites.
What’s new in Visual Studio IntelliCode.
What’s changed over the last 12 months.
The social media giant embraces Visual Studio Code.
The power of JAMstack and the magic of SSGs.
How Mozilla migrated the UI to modern web standards.