Google’s browser moves towards secure-by-default indicators.
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.
Everything you wanted to know.
An introduction to the Domain Name System as of 2018.
What code editors can do for you.
What Firefox does to fix the leaking parts of DNS.
Comperation of DNS over HTTPS vs. DNS over TLS.
Let’s call worker methods from the main thread.
Browser vulnerabilities through CSS3 features.
New features like import() types, pretty output by default, and JSON imports.
Does Microsoft keep an eye on the popular code repository?
Microsoft takes over GitHub, the leading software development platform.
“The web platform is starting to become a compilation target.”
Techniques to bring browser experiences to life.
Safari’s tracking prevention continues to get better.
We do have a problem, don’t we?
The Content Accessibility Guidelines move forward.
A chatroom and a forum for the popular social development environment.
Find out how to apply.
The new favicons in Safari are better than you might think.
More resilient and performant web sites for everyone.
Some things you can do to get better at CSS.
You can lean on CSS to simplify the process.
A look back and forward.
A library for fitting text into containers in a typographically sensitive way.
What makes CSS different from conventional programming languages.
“The Web is the most hostile environment to developer assumptions imaginable.”
First v2 beta of the static site generator for React.
Why it doesn’t deliver on what it promises.
Faster sites and web apps for end users.
Over-the-air hot reloading and debugging for Progressive Web Apps.
Maximum visual flexibility by providing no interface.
More details on how Google Search sees a specific URL.
Browser integration of a new security and privacy service.
“Web Assembly is the future of web development.”
Your most valuable skill is to know what’s important.
“One of the most under-appreciated aspects of open source is that it gives you a way to maintain your most treasured collaborative relationships, even as people change jobs and locations.”
A peek into the future of CSS Grid.
What’s new in the online code editor for web.
What can you do about page bloat on your site.
Best practices for redirects.
Moving from React to Vue, two years later.
Why you shouldn’t worry about selector performance.
Where we are and where we are going.
Beautiful images of your code, from right inside your terminal.
Improved security for Chrome desktop users.
How you can write CSS in a straightforward way.
“If something can be fixed or made better in less than 15 minutes, don’t file a task for later or for someone else: just do it!”
What can happen to any site served insecurely.
“I’m really excited about where WebAssembly could go in the future.”
Dealing with async methods being run more than once.
How you can use it to enable or disable certain website features.
Where serverless technology really shines.
“All of the technologies you hold dear right now will one day probably be embarrassing to you. Why not just make cool stuff with things you like and not worry about it?”