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Blogs about Web development

30 blogs about Web development.

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

    ECMAScript 2024 features: resizing and transferring ArrayBuffers
    In this blog post, we examine ArrayBuffer features that were introduced in ECMAScript 2024: “In-place resizable ArrayBuffers”, proposed by Shu-yu Guo “ArrayBuffer.prototype.transfer and friends” proposed by Shu-yu Guo, Jordan Harband and Yagiz Nizipli
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  2. 37signals Dev
    The 37signals Dev blog is brought to you by the people who build Basecamp and HEY ✌️❤️. 🇺🇸 More info

    Prometheus metrics with Rails and Kamal
    We use Prometheus metrics quite heavily at 37signals nowadays. They’re used to monitor a variety of components in our infrastructure, such as MySQL, Redis and the servers hosting our applications. My colleague, Victor, previously wrote …
    By Lewis Buckley, 793 words
  3. Alejandro AR (kinduff) | Blog
    Alejandro AR (kinduff) website with blog posts, projects, videos, and more. More info

    A unified front for your team
    Imagine you’re on the hunt for a new sweater and decide to visit a local clothing store. Upon arrival, you engage with Tom, an enthusiastic new employee who began working there last week. You inquire …
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  4. Amit Merchant
    A blog on PHP, JavaScript, and more. 🇮🇳 More info

    Interesting Public APIs to Play Around With
    Any modern application (mobile or web) consists of two main parts: the frontend and the backend. Most of the time, the backend is a REST API that the frontend consumes. If you’re a fronend developer, …
    By Amit Merchant, 706 words
  5. Clint McMahon
    Freelance web & mobile app developer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I build websites, mobile apps and consult on technology strategies. 🇺🇸 More info

    How to create a custom bound OData function
    Sometimes you have to create a custom function in your OData WebAPI project to return custom logic or call a stored procedure to return a result set that doesn't come out of the box with …
    By Clint McMahon, 278 words
  6. Coding with Jesse
    Web development blog about Svelte, JavaScript, HTML and CSS. By Jesse Skinner. 🇨🇦 More info

    Does your web server scale down?
    Are you paying for servers sitting idle in the middle of the night? When we talk about scaling a web server, we often focus on scaling up. Can your server handle a spike in traffic? …
    337 words
  7. The Content Technologist
    Building better content operations. Understanding how algorithms process content. Weekly newsletter & resource by award-winning strategist Deborah Carver. 🇺🇸 More info

    What's a good web content engagement benchmark? Adding sophistication to your analytics approach
    In digital content, measurement remains a massive boondoggle for most organizations. Attribution is wildly misunderstood; the maxims of the "attention economy" don't often correlate with improved business performance; and paid media sources are given far …
    By Deborah Carver, 1,335 words
  8. Earth Notes - On Website Technicals
    Read nitty-gritty tech updates and daily learnings that keep the Earth Notes site up and running; site stats also. By Damon Hart-Davis. 🇬🇧 More info

    Low-Carbon Efficient Dishwashing
    Top tips on how to be green and lazy, save money and energy, and have sparkling dishes! #frugal #dishwashing #cutCarbon
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  9. HeydonWorks: Latest Writing
    The works, workings, and reckonings of Heydon. By Heydon Pickering. 🇬🇧 More info

    Testing HTML With Modern CSS
    A long time ago, I wrote a reasonably popular bit of open source code called REVENGE.CSS (the caps are intentional). You should know upfront, this hasn’t been maintained for years and if I ever did …
    1,608 words
  10. - Blog
    By Jake Archibald. 🇬🇧 More info

    HTML attributes vs DOM properties
    Attributes and properties are fundamentally different things. You can have an attribute and property of the same name set to different values. For example: <div foo="bar">…</div> <script> const div = document.querySelector('div[foo=bar]'); console.log(div.getAttribute('foo')); // 'bar' console.log(; …
    1,566 words
  11. Jessitron – blog
    symmathecist, in the medium of code. By Jessica Kerr. 🇺🇸 More info

    Stupid bash tricks: a self-updating script
    For a demo app, I want a simple-as-possible deploy script. The simplest thing is to hard-code the version number (which gives my docker image a unique tag, which gets kubernetes to pull the new image1). …
    By jessitron, 295 words
  12. Jordan Webb's blog
    Development notes and technical musings. 🇺🇸 More info

    My recipe for BBQ chicken wings
    Hey, did you know I make really good BBQ chicken wings? I use a recipe I invented myself, and every time I make it I’m terrified I’ll forget how to do it; I’ve never written …
    467 words
  13. Kurt McKee
    lessons learned in production. More info

    Revitalizing stalled open source projects
    I recently encountered an open source project that hadn't received updates for a while. The issue tracker had ~200 open issues, ~70 open pull requests, and CI was partially failing. It's not uncommon for projects …
    By Kurt McKee, 1,943 words
  14. Lambros Petrou | Home
    My personal blog where I publish my thoughts. More info

    Updated Scripts response bodies and cron triggers - Changelog 2024-05-28
    Table of contents Full CRUD Hurl 4.3.0 Response outputs Historical script runs Script triggers - Scheduled Cron Conclusion and feedback Scripts is a managed platform to automate your HTTP website and API tests using …
    By Lambros Petrou, 591 words
  15. Lloyd Atkinson - Articles
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    Some Thoughts As I Sit Here in Another Standup
    What is the software industry playing at? - Tagged: Rant, Agile, Software Management
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  16. Localghost - Blog
    Sophie builds fun things out of HTML, CSS & JavaScript, and writes blog posts about tech and mental health. By Sophie Koonin. 🇬🇧 More info

    Different ways to mock third-party integrations in Jest
    A few years back I got so bored of taking attendance for my choir that I wrote a Slack integration to do it for me (I got us on Slack in 2014). That evolved from …
    1,458 words
  17. Luciano Mammino's Blog
    I am a Full stack web developer working on cloud products. 🇮🇪 More info

    Migrating from Gatsby to Astro
    I recently migrated this blog from Gatsby to Astro. Finally, I have to say! I have been meaning to move away from Gatsby for a while, but I never really prioritised this activity until now …
    By Luciano Mammino, 4,858 words
    The personal website of Mary Knize. Web development, art, and tinkering with fun projects. 🇺🇸 More info

    I started painting again
    I don't love how this painting turned out, but I enjoyed every moment of creating it. (I did the best I could on the photography with a tripod, my phone, and my office lights.) I …
    766 words
  19. Matt Fantinel
    I'm a developer aiming to build things that spark joy. I build fun stuff on the web, and sometimes write about it. 🇧🇷 More info

    Separating my website's content from its code
    If anything looks wrong, read on the site! My website has been open source since the beginning. Being open was the most important goal for me back when I built it (and still is now), …
    706 words
  20. Phil Nash | Blog
    A developer, speaker, blogger, developer advocate, sausage dog owner and beer lover. 🇦🇺 More info

    JavaScript is getting array grouping methods
    Grouping items in an array is one of those things you've probably done a load of times. Each time you would have written a grouping function by hand or perhaps reached for lodash's groupBy function. …
    877 words