The headless browser now supports official Firefox binaries.
Let’s move forward to a more up-to-date web.
Responsive SVG charts generated with Node.js.
Chrome’s new secure-by-default cookie classification system.
DevTools are now localized in 10 languages.
Let’s block http downloads from https web pages.
Things have gotten a lot easier.
A simple guide about a new approach to web development architecture.
Ways to style bullets and counters.
A roadmap for folks getting into the browser space.
Issue finder and performance monitoring for your review snippets.
Variations for an article page header without HTML changes.
Tell browser vendors what they should build and fix.
A new resource for the performance community.
Ways to load frontend apps faster and deliver a great UX.
Do’s and don’ts.
Native image lazy-loading has been merged into the HTML standard.
You can already try out the last version before the v1 release.
Browsers can do so much more for front-end developers.
Firefox extension that helps to improve the quality of your websites.
Where the future of content is moving towards.
“If you want a fast site, test on slow hardware. Regularly.”
Check and audit your Google Analytics implementation.
A much improved toolset for SEOs and webmasters.
It’s time to improve the security of your website.
Compare coding styles and bundle sizes of 25 variants.
How to style one of the most used elements on the web.
New and upcoming ECMAScript standards features, and more.
Don’t overlook the low-hanging fruit in web performance.
What fast load times in e-commerce means for revenue.
“if you’re not happy single, you won’t be happy in a relationship. True happiness comes from closing 100 chrome tabs after solving an obscure programming bug, not from someone else.”
Another privacy protection feature lands in Firefox.
Safari to snub new security certs valid for more than 13 months.
Ways to use Search Console data outside the tool.
The web is now much more encrypted than it was.
What browser makers should be able to change.
Even plain HTML can cause accessibility problems.
A developer-focused browser helps you to accomplish more.
Displaying vivid colors outside of the sRGB color space.
Let’s marry a CLI with a GUI in the same interface.
Googlebot is leaving its desktop behind.
The many things you didn’t know about the humble URL.
Let’s build the future of styling for the web.
Low hanging fruits to improve the user experience.
Highlights of the latest release of the React Framerwork.
Introduction, tips and recommendations
Better Firefox support on KaiOS-enabled phones.
Digestible episodes covering everything from accessibility to z-index.
Dive into the archives and retrace the history of digital fonts.
A showcase of what is possible with Progressive Web Apps today.
Updated long tasks UI, vision deficiencies emulation, and more.
What if coding was no longer vital to success in tech?
Why Electron will temporarily pause new major releases.
A quick way to publish information in cases of emergency.
Remote software is eating the world.
It’s a good time to create your own CSS features.
Safari now blocks cookies for cross-site resources by default.
Why that’s a bad thing and why you should care.
But now Apple made them impossible.
CodeSandbox ramps up its live collaboration features.
How this change will affect your performance metrics.
Tiny cross-browser images, in HTML and React.
An approach to create a neat design effect.
Better form controls for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
Browser implementations vary considerably.
How to determine and quickly fix a server’s bottleneck.
Organizations, users and sites should see no disruption.
Pointer/mouse events on iPadOS, and much more.
Let’s get access to about 50% more colors!