Chrome launches on Daydream View.
What’s new in Microsoft’s open-source programming language.
A new world of possibilities for web developers.
The hidden benefits of a progressive approach.
How styled form controls fare with screen readers.
Many small changes can lead to big performance gains.
Let’s play with new CSS features in our browsers.
Chrome 69 ships the core functionality of the specification.
“Instead of a hackathon, try a sleepathon. You’ll be better off.”
A look at upcoming features and proposals for the web standard.
Why isn’t everyone building these things?
A complete list of the many features in Chrome 69.
Google launches Android P, and its official name is Android Pie.
A side effect of https and what to do about it.
Let’s find a definition.
Discover open source projects your organization is using that need funding.
Let’s make websites look awesome in reading mode.
What’s new in the standard build toolchain for Vue applications.
A high level guide for designers and developers who write CSS.
A look into the future of video and streaming on the web.
Specification changes might affect your websites.
Talk video, talk slides, and extra links and resources.
“Given how straight-forward HTML is, it’s quite surprising how many front-end developers don’t know its fundamentals. Don’t skip on learning HTML if you work on web UIs, folks!”
The power of the HSL color format and the CSS hsl() function.
Grid layout and older browsers.
Because Flex cannot be really explained by text or static images.
“The benefits of progressive enhancement are incredible.”
New capabilities of the Now cloud platform.
Differences and recommendations.
New units, new notations, and more.
Browsers might soon support lazy loading directly.
Unity will switch to WebAssembly as the default web output format.
It might change your career.
What it is and how it works.
Reducing start-up time of WebAssembly applications.
“I used to write buggy code. I still do, but I used to too.”
Leveraging the lesser-known ‘Request.destination’ property.
Different ways to hide HTML elements.
More features are coming to the new Search Console.
Run a browser inside Windows emulated in WebAssembly in your browser.
Report with a lens filter to select a subset of websites.
Firefox DevTools has added a screenshot command.
Google is taking drastic steps to speed up things.
What you need to know.
Online viewer for large web performance profiles.
What it means for site owners and webmasters.
Progressive enhancement doesn’t have to stop on the web.
The new Chrome feature dramatically improves web performance.
Visualization of CSS font-feature-settings.
Firefox puts a new approach into practice.
Competition is about growing, not ‘winning’.
Let’s start to consider how our content could sound.
The results might be surprising.
Live expressions in the console, and much more.
Firefox 62 supports the shape-outside property joining Chrome and Safari.
The past, the present, and the future of Chrome.
Variable fonts are now supported in all major browsers.
Maximize the experience and raise user expectations.
What to expect from Google’s new Search Console.
Results load twice as fast.
Visual primitives for the component age.
CPU, GPU, Memory, and multi-process architecture.
Let’s introduce a common test suite to identify CDN differences.
Intro to the Presentation Web API in Chrome 66.
Shadow DOM and Web Components in DevTools.
What Safari’s shared caching means from a performance perspective.
“I’m tired of people saying that CSS is a useless skill to have. Stop minimizing this skill just because you think it’s hard. For some of us, it’s a primary means to make a living.”
Review source code inside the editor.
Create an annotated tree visualization of any repo/project.
The importance of learning critical front-end skills.
Not the css specificity guide you deserve, but the one you need right now.
Building user interfaces with GitHub’s design system.
What to use when.
Web fingerprint sensor and other new features.
Introducing tink, a proof of concept of an install-less installer.
Utility to refresh all stylesheet on the current web page.