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Blogs about Web development

20 blogs about Web development.

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

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

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    The 4 minute bug
    It’s time for one of those bug’s story. This one was introduced earlier but it’s related to “The story of the 20 million queries per hour”, not a consequence of that mistake, but it shares …
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  3. Clint McMahon
    “Freelance web & mobile app developer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I build websites, mobile apps and consult on technology strategies.” 🇺🇸

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    Add role claims to an Azure B2C user flow access token
    This post is about how to add role claims to an Azure B2C user flow access token. Azure B2C comes with a standard set of built-in attributes like City, Display Name and Street Address. When …
    By clintmcmahon, 67 words

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

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    Trying to decide what to do next? Follow the light.
    Happy New Year! I've been trying to come up with a New Year's resolution, and it got me thinking about setting goals, finding and following your purpose, and how this ties into some books I …
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  5. The Content Technologist
    “Building better content operations. Understanding how algorithms process content. Weekly newsletter & resource by award-winning strategist Deborah Carver.” 🇺🇸

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    Non-paranoia-inducing digital safety for brands and content professionals
    This essay originally was published on January 26, 2022, with the email subject line "CT No. 152: Hey, wanna cyber-secure your content business?"I didn’t use to think much about digital privacy or security. I was …
    By Arikia Millikan, 700 words

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

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    How I Accidentally Killed Several UX Designers
    Recently, I perpetrated a serious tactical error that resulted in a number of User Experience Designers (UXers) being found unexpectedly dead. As a front-end developer, this has done little to buoy my professional reputation. I …
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  7. JakeArchibald.com - Blog NEW
    By Jake Archibald. 🇬🇧

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    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) { …
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  8. Jessitron – blog
    “symmathecist, in the medium of code.” By Jessica Kerr. 🇺🇸

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    Resilience and Waste in Software Teams
    Announcement: “All passengers for Chicago at 11:45, please come to gate A14 immediately for an earlier departure.” This came through at 10:35 am, after that 11:45 to Chicago was delayed by three hours. United has …
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  9. Kurt McKee
    “lessons learned in production.”

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    Enabling vigilant mode on GitHub
    I've been signing all of my git commits and tags on GitHub for over six months. Now that some time has passed, I've enabled vigilant mode. Moving forward, if you see a commit or tag …
    By Kurt McKee, 54 words

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

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    The perfect PaaS: Does it exist? Or impossible to build?
    Warning: This article is a combination of deep multi-month research, hands-on experience over almost a decade, and ideas, all combined into a nice elaborated ranting. Proceed at your own peril! Table of contents Intro This …
    By Lambros Petrou, 3,643 words

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  11. Lloyd Atkinson - Articles NEW
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    2022: Year in Review
    My thoughts and ideas about my year - Tagged: Year in review
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  12. Localghost - Blog
    “Sophie builds fun things out of HTML, CSS & JavaScript, and writes blog posts about tech and mental health.” By Sophie Koonin. 🇬🇧

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    Everything should have an API: adventures in trying to automate stuff
    Inspired by Robb Knight I want to build my own /now page. As a teen I used to use PHPCurrently on my personal website to list what I was listening to, thinking, feeling, even what …
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  13. Robin Rendle
    “The website of Robin Rendle, a designer and writer from the UK.” 🇺🇸

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    Container Queries and Typography
    Back in 2013 when I started my career there were a few big problems with CSS: We had to rely on Sass to get variables which made everything a lot more complicated than necessary (build …
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  14. Roland Tanglao
    “flickr.com/roland, twitter.com/rtanglao #firefox #thunderbird.” 🇺🇸

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    Software and its Discontents, Part 2: An Explosion of Complexity | Kellan Elliott-McCrea <-- we build custom, complex software stacks which makes it unnecessarily hard for new developers
    Discovered Feb 2, 2023 09:40 Software and its Discontents, Part 2: An Explosion of Complexity Kellan Elliott-McCrea <– READ the WHOLE thing and of course parts 1, 3 and 4! tl;dr Every software team builds …
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  15. Sebastien Castiel · Developer, writer, indie hacker · 📍 Montreal, QC
    “I’m an experienced developer who builds stuff and occasionally writes blog posts and books.” 🇨🇦

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    Create OG images for your blog with Next.js
    Vercel recently announced a new library to generate OpenGraph (OG) images. A short tutorial to see how to use it to generate OG images for your Next.js application.
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  16. Seldo.com
    “Personal site and blog of Laurie Voss, aka @seldo.” 🇺🇸

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    Crypto: the good, the bad and the ugly
    It has been very frustrating watching the rise of cryptocurrency (which, forgive me cryptographers, I will be calling "crypto" from here on) because a whole bunch of smart people in tech seem to be very, …
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  17. Simon Willison’s Weblog
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    Python’s “Disappointing” Superpowers
    Python’s “Disappointing” Superpowers Luke Plant provides a fascinating detailed list of Python libraries that use dynamic meta-programming tricks in interesting ways - including SQLAlchemy, Django, Werkzeug, pytest and more.
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  18. Swizec Teller
    “Swizec shares software engineering lessons from production in his books, articles, talks, and workshops.” 🇺🇸

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    My biggest React App performance boost was a backend change
    Performance lives in the unlikliest of places. Follow the metrics.
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  19. Tantek Çelik
    “inventor, connector, writer, runner, scientist.” 🇺🇸

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    2023-02-01 22:34
    13 years ago today: created #RelMeAuth with @progrium.com, to replace OpenID 1&2 for *reasons** modest proposal: authentication using domain as identity, rel=me link to OAuth profile with rel=me link back^1* @progrium.com suggested RelMeAuth name^2 * …
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  20. Tatiana Mac » writing, professional and personal
    “Collection of engineering tutorials, insights on management, reflections on the complicated nature of humans, our love, injustice, and everything between.” 🇺🇸

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    Banal binaries: How power plays into how we communicate
    At work, I like to observe who: requests v. demands is direct v. is indirect responds v. ignores The data reveals a lot about how people wield power, especially subconsciously. Requests are often, “when you …
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