“To get to a good idea, you must be willing to work through a lot of bad ideas and not give up.”
“Why programmers like cooking: You peel the carrot, you chop the carrot, you put the carrot in the stew. You don’t suddenly find out that your peeler is several versions behind and they dropped support for carrots in 4.3.”
Find out which programming font works best for you.
Various techniques to seek out performance issues.
A real browser preview inside your editor that you can debug.
Fetch, Web Authentication, WebRTC, and more.
Better access to declarative HTML content from within a script module.
Logpoints, tooltips with style properties, and more.
Upcoming changes that will affect your workflows.
“The web is the greatest software platform the world has ever seen. No permissions, no masters, readable source code. Let’s protect the heritage, work in its service, and remind ourselves just what a marvel it all really is.”
Always frustrated because your CSS styles aren’t working?
What you really want.
Current candidates, and how you can try out the features today.
Usage, browser support, and a shortcoming.
WebP support, Flexbox Inspector, new tooling and platform updates.
One heck of a release for Progressive Web Apps.
The good, the bad, and the ‘not sure yet if good’.
Demos and case studies to learn more about CSS Flexbox Layout.
Let’s explore the logic behind CSS Position Sticky.
What we lose when we throw the basics of the web away.
Coding became a privilege, instead of a right.
What to expect and how to use it today.
Papers, code and evaluation tables.
The joy of writing small progressive web apps.
The era of deep learning may come to an end.
What web developers need to know.
“Being ‘clever’ doesn’t make you a better programmer. It just makes it harder for the next person. Developers need to think about the UX of other developers when they write code.”
The Polymer Project’s next-generation web development libraries.
No more best-guessing browser support for your site.
Google Search Console: a small change with a big effect.
Where to implement logic and rendering in web apps.
GitHub introduces pesonal project boards.
A continuously updated list of all HTML and XHTML elements.
Now with responsive font sizes, improved CSS compilation, and more.
When and where you might want to use which CSS layout system.
GitHub now lets you tag when you’re coding a work in progress.
Just-in-time preloading, right before a user clicks on it.
Talks with people working to make the web faster for everyone.
The new Chrome feature ‘Scroll to Text’.
A few steps can lead to much faster load times.
An alternative to paid uptime monitors.
Benefits of styling web apps without any .css files.
A quick reference to help you write regular expressions.
“CSS algorithms are not really a thing, but I think they could be.”
How Chrome schedules and executes scripts.
Why Safari is removing support for ‘Do Not Track’.
How you can get the most out of the layout system.
Image compression with a CLI or an npm module.
“Most people are capable of building systems that are twice a complex as the systems they are capable of maintaining.”
ServiceWorkers can be used to create botnets.
“I don’t understand developers who say they don’t care about design and just want designers to hand them a spec. Bad design leads to bad code.”
Get the full picture of how Google ‘sees’ your domain.
Why you might want to use it, and the state of browser support.
How your markup can be made available to assistive technologies.
“In software, slow is fast. Without proper quality process, you’ll spend more time putting out fires than building new value.”
Findings from public and private data sources.
Explore how feature policies can help protect your web site.
A curated collection of tips, tricks, and best practices.
New easing options, available in Firefox 65+.
How you can already use it although it’s still experimental.
What we must do to build a better web.
Best practices for dates on web pages.
Chrome is experimenting with a new feature.
Better mobile web browsing when connectivity is poor.
The Node.js Foundation and the JS Foundation have merged.
“GDPR cookie warnings are getting ridiculous.”
Better take control of a faster experience yourself.
Let’s work with multiple build targets.
Let’s not build inaccessible experiences that ‘we’ll fix later.’
Let’s compare the performance of Formula One websites.
Thoughts on the past, present, and future of web bundling.
Autoplay blocking, Screen sharing, passwordless login, and more.
A quick list of important things.
Rapid inspection and visualization of third-parties on websites.