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Blogs about Web development

25 blogs about Web development.

  1. 2ality – JavaScript and more
    By Axel Rauschmayer. 🇩🇪

    ECMAScript proposal: Set methods
    In this blog post, we examine the ECMAScript proposal “Set methods for JavaScript” by Michał Wadas, Sathya Gunasekara and Kevin Gibbons. It introduces new methods for Sets.
    31 words

    Feed Roughly 25 posts per year. Started in .

  2. 37signals Dev
    “The 37signals Dev blog is brought to you by the people who build Basecamp and HEY ✌️❤️.” 🇺🇸

    A Friday email incident
    On Friday, May 19th, we received a customer report about emails from other HEY users landing in spam. 37signals uses a two-tier on-call system for support tickets that require technical assistance, and Joan Stewart – …
    By Jorge Manrubia, 1,793 words

    Feed Roughly one post per month. Started in .

  3. Alejandro AR (kinduff) | Blog
    “Alejandro AR (kinduff) website with blog posts, projects, videos, and more.”

    Reduce your stress: Use a Kanban Board
    Congratulations on your new job! However, you may soon realize that there is a lack of organization within the company, which is affecting your performance. Besides addressing the management skills of your team, supervisor, or …
    1,147 words

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per year. Started in .

  4. Amit Merchant
    “A blog on PHP, JavaScript, and more.” 🇮🇳

    Conveniently jumping to directories using Aliases in Terminal
    One of the most common things that you would often do in a Linux/Unix-based system is to navigate to a directory. And if you’re a developer, you would find yourself doing this multiple times a …
    By Amit Merchant, 542 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  5. Clint McMahon
    “Freelance web & mobile app developer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I build websites, mobile apps and consult on technology strategies.” 🇺🇸

    Making the Armchair Expert Media Explorer
    My wife is a huge fan of the podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard. She listens every week and is constantly learning about new books, movies, documentaries and other types of media from the conversations …
    By Clint McMahon, 1,242 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per month. Started in .

  6. Coding with Jesse
    “Web development blog about Svelte, JavaScript, HTML and CSS.” By Jesse Skinner. 🇨🇦

    Coding with ChatGPT
    I started using ChatGPT when it came out a few months ago. It was mind blowing to chat with a computer and have it feel almost like a real person. Some people are talking about …
    2,624 words

    Feed Roughly nine posts per year. Started in .

  7. The Content Technologist
    “Building better content operations. Understanding how algorithms process content. Weekly newsletter & resource by award-winning strategist Deborah Carver.” 🇺🇸

    Keep brands weird: The research framework for exceptional data-driven content
    This essay originally was published on June 1, 2023, with the email subject line "CT No.169: A deliberate weirdening of content-focused data gathering."by Vicky GuContent strategy is a dance. It takes artful maneuvering to charm …
    By Vicky Gu, 767 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per month.

  8. HeydonWorks: Latest Writing
    “The works, workings, and reckonings of Heydon.” By Heydon Pickering. 🇬🇧

    Functional documentation
    Some collected thoughts and ideas around applying a functional approach to writing and maintaining documentation, especially for design systems. In programming, you have these things called functions. Functions are chunks of code, typically identified by …
    2,077 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per year.

  9. - Blog
    By Jake Archibald. 🇬🇧

    The gotcha of unhandled promise rejections
    Let's say you wanted to display a bunch of chapters on the page, and for whatever reason, the API only gives you a chapter at a time. You could do this: async function showChapters(chapterURLs) { …
    1,156 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per year. Started in .

  10. Jessitron – blog
    “symmathecist, in the medium of code.” By Jessica Kerr. 🇺🇸

    Alignment gets expensive. Don’t skimp on it.
    Honeycomb has doubled in size since I joined less than 2 years ago. More people means we can do more things at the same time. Both “more people” and “more things at the same time” …
    By jessitron, 815 words

    Feed Roughly one post per month. Started in .

  11. Jordan Webb's blog
    “Development notes and technical musings.” 🇺🇸

    Why Android can't use CDC Ethernet
    If you just want the answer to the question posed in the title, click the TLDR below and then move on with your day. Otherwise, buckle in, we’re going debugging; this post is mostly about …
    3,512 words

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  12. Kurt McKee
    “lessons learned in production.”

    dotbot-firefox 1.1.0
    I'm pleased to announce that dotbot-firefox 1.1.0 is now available! This release adds support for Python 3.12, and also supports profiles created by Firefox Flatpak for Linux.
    By Kurt McKee, 29 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

  13. Lambros Petrou | Home
    “My personal blog where I publish my thoughts.”

    Fast Feedback Loop and Delayed Gratification
    For the past few months I have been working on some side-projects that took way longer than I expected, or initially planned. This was partly due to my mistake of keep expanding their scope, but …
    By Lambros Petrou, 1,008 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

  14. Lloyd Atkinson - Articles

    Favour TypeScript Types Over Interfaces
    The case for almost always favouring the type keyword over the interface keyword - Tagged: TypeScript, Type Theory
    23 words

    Feed Roughly one post per month. Started in .

  15. Localghost - Blog
    “Sophie builds fun things out of HTML, CSS & JavaScript, and writes blog posts about tech and mental health.” By Sophie Koonin. 🇬🇧

    Beyond Tellerrand: beyond amazing
    I had the absolute privilege of opening Beyond Tellerrand Düsseldorf recently. Truth be told, I had no idea what to expect, other than a great conference (from what everyone had told me), but it was …
    749 words

    Feed Roughly 10 posts per year. Started in .

  16. Rach Smith's digital garden
    “A developer building software for CodePen, wife, mother of two, productivity nerd and recovering screen addict.” 🇦🇺

    Regular readers of my notes might have noticed that I have a little trouble being okay with wasting time. Ever since having kids, my time anxiety has driven me to look at every week as …
    425 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per month. Started in .

  17. Robb Owen - My writing
    “My collected writing on topics ranging from coding and the web industry, to linguistics and natural language processing.” 🇬🇧

    Legacy code
    Before he retired, my dad was an electrical and diagnostic engineer. In short, he dedicated most of his adult life to designing and building lasers and laser equipment – everything from laser-tag through to guidance …
    1,601 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

  18. Robin Rendle
    “The website of Robin Rendle, a designer and writer from the UK.” 🇺🇸

    I’m not ready to write just yet; the sun is in the wrong place, the coffee is too hot, my sweater is too scratchy. I’ll take any excuse I can get to avoid sitting down …
    162 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

  19. Roland Tanglao
    “, #firefox #thunderbird.” 🇺🇸

    ChatGPT and other 'AI' models representational bias: misrepresentation, underrepresentation and overrepresentation; extrinsic harms: representational, performance disparities from 'On the Opportunities and Risks of Foundation Models' (2021)
    via Ulrike Hahn’s toot @baldur academics, ie non AI vendors, are saying the same things though when it comes to LLMs. We simultaneously know exactly what they do and don’t really… that’s not just a …
    961 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  20. Sebastien Castiel · Developer, writer, indie hacker · 📍 Montreal, QC
    “I’m an experienced developer who builds stuff and occasionally writes blog posts and books.” 🇨🇦

    A better learning path for React with server components
    What if we took advantage of React Server Components not only to improve how we use React, but also how we help people learn it from the beginning?
    37 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .