“Container queries appear to be yesterday’s answer to today’s problems.”
CSS Grid Layout is coming to Microsoft Edge.
Post responsive design, or what we can learn from the past.
Twitter’s new progressive web app with offline support and push notifications.
Why progressive web apps are no-brainers for most websites today.
Effective ways to explore and solve users’ problems.
“Understanding cyber-security is not a luxury for web developers.”
Highlight potentially broken, malformed or legacy (X)HTML.
Monospace typeface designed to be the ideal font for programming.
Now available for both client and server.
Microsoft releases a React library for building cross-platform apps.
A set of techniques.
Has Google managed to squeeze blood from a stone?
Debug Safari and iOS WebViews from anywhere.
How to produce your own augmented reality experience.
“How you treat the junior software engineers on the team tells me whether or not you’re a great engineer.”
Ideas to improve the accessibility of dynamically added error messages.
Scalable, responsive designs with simpler code.
Create, share and reuse React projects with others.
Mozilla streamlines the release process.
What web developers can expect this year.
Atom, the popular code editor, now loads 50% faster.
Interactive quizzes with different levels: beginners, intermediate, and advanced.
Do’s and don’ts.
New features for web developers.
New horizons for web development.
Microsoft continues to improve browser performance.
Browsers are getting quietly rebuilt around us.
Why it has become increasingly difficult to collaborate.
Healthy advice for developers.
The CSS Grid Layout specification explained.
An API to copy the voice of anyone.
How you can make version control more useful to you.
Advantages and disadvantages of some of the options.
New features and enhancements.
Fullstack blog apps for React, Angular, Node, Django, and many more.
The power of Custom Properties.
Ways to improve the user experience.
Lessons you can apply to your own projects.
Introducing d3.express: the integrated discovery environment.
Screenshots, DOM print, PDF creation, debugging, and more.
DeX turns smartphones into Desktop Experience mode.
“The biggest misconception about accessibility is that by adding it you’re doing someone a favor. You’re not, you’re doing your job.”
“The older I get, the longer my variable names get.”
A web-app for ‘cleaning-up’ your SVG files.
The short answer is growth.
Let’s find out where security is an issue.
What Mozilla’s next-generation browser engine is changing.
The CLI tool of the module bundler is now easier to use.
A tool to track the rise and fall of programming technologies.
When it comes to readable code, most of us could do better.
Take GitHub beyond your browser.
What’s new in Polymer, the JS library built on top of Web Components.
WebKit introduces reduced motion features for accessibility.
What’s the right framework for you?
A format similar to RSS and Atom but in JSON.
“‘Progressive Web Apps’ has proved to be far more than a buzzword.”
It combines and configures the best build tools.
How it can help make accessible dropdown navigation menus.
“HTML is by default accessible. As developers, it’s our job to not fuck that up.”
The web’s amazing capacity to reinvent itself.