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Blogs about Web development

29 blogs about Web development.

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

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    ECMAScript proposal: iterator helpers
    In this blog post, we look at the ECMAScript proposal “Iterator helpers” by Gus Caplan, Michael Ficarra, Adam Vandolder, Jason Orendorff, Kevin Gibbons, and Yulia Startsev. It introduces utility methods for working with iterable data: …
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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

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    Turbo 8 released
    We’re excited to announce the release of Turbo v8, a major update to the Turbo front-end framework. This release introduces a suite of innovative features designed to enhance web development and user experiences across the …
    By Alberto Fernández-Capel, 384 words
  3. Alejandro AR (kinduff) | Blog
    Alejandro AR (kinduff) website with blog posts, projects, videos, and more. More info

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    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

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    Building Dynamic Progress Bars using only CSS
    Here’s a full disclaimer upfront: This isn’t something I’ve come up with. Jeffery Way from Laracasts has come up with this technique in one of the videos and I’m just sharing it here for my …
    By Amit Merchant, 542 words
  5. Clint McMahon
    Freelance web & mobile app developer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I build websites, mobile apps and consult on technology strategies. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Progress: Azure B2C User Management App
    I'm making good progress on the Azure B2C User Management App that I'm building. I've been really thinking about how to roll out the app for the initial release and think that the best way …
    By Clint McMahon, 544 words
  6. Coding with Jesse
    Web development blog about Svelte, JavaScript, HTML and CSS. By Jesse Skinner. 🇨🇦 More info

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

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    From engineered content to informed editorial: Blazing new trails in digital publishing
    This essay originally was published on December 14, 2023, with the email subject line "CT No. 195: Moving past the Buzzfeed mythos."I'll admit that I talked up Buzzfeed as much as any pundit in the …
    By Deborah Carver, 2,046 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

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    16WW Eddi PV DHW Diverter Export Margin Analysis (2022-08)
    Chosing a more grid-friendly value for the Export Margin based on 3 years' export data. #simulation #gridFriendly #diversion
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  9. HeydonWorks: Latest Writing
    The works, workings, and reckonings of Heydon. By Heydon Pickering. 🇬🇧 More info

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    What is Utility-First CSS?
    You can’t really appreciate utility-first CSS until you have a decent understanding of CSS itself, so this article will principally be about that. However, paradoxically, the more you learn about CSS, the less you may …
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  10. JakeArchibald.com - Blog
    By Jake Archibald. 🇬🇧 More info

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    View transitions: Handling aspect ratio changes
    This post assumes some knowledge of view transitions. If you're looking for a from-scratch intro to the feature, see this article. When folks ask me for help with view transition animations that "don't quite look …
    1,216 words
  11. Jessitron – blog
    symmathecist, in the medium of code. By Jessica Kerr. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Being the Best
    The other day my partner said, “Thank you. You’re the best.” I thought: Yeah, I’m the best for a lot of people these days. My kids, work, you. When do I get to be my …
    By jessitron, 593 words
  12. Jordan Webb's blog
    Development notes and technical musings. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Jobs, swords, and doors
    Hey folks! Long time, no post! Between vacation, a new job, more vacation, a new school year for the kid, and trips to visit family, I haven’t had much time to write here. What have …
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  13. Kurt McKee
    lessons learned in production. More info

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    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

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    SaaS Pricing - What I want vs What I offer
    Table of contents Context What I want vs What I offer Usage-based pricing Per-seat - Recurring pricing Conclusion References Pricing for a SaaS, or online digital products in general, is a hot topic for debate. …
    By Lambros Petrou, 1,229 words
  15. Lloyd Atkinson - Articles
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    Laughing Off the Dark Mode Lobby
    Receiving comments about my usage of "light" mode makes me less inclined to use dark mode - Tagged: Rant, Skepticism, We live in a society
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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

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    Good links: 18 February 2024
    The Midnight Pub - A tiny forum in the form of a virtual pub. It even has a speakeasy. This website is personal - Frills - I really identify with this post, and the feeling …
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  17. mary.codes
    The personal website of Mary Knize. Web development, art, and tinkering with fun projects. 🇺🇸 More info

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    One of my blog posts hit the top of Hacker News
    I wasn't sure if I even wanted to write about this. It feels like I'm bragging by acknowledging it, but it was so exciting that I have to talk about it. Yesterday, I woke up …
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  18. 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

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    Stripping the web of its humanity
    If anything looks wrong, read on the site! Talking about the newly released Arc Search, Ben Werdmuller says: A world where everyone uses an app like this is a death spiral to an information desert. …
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  19. Phil Nash | Blog
    A developer, speaker, blogger, developer advocate, sausage dog owner and beer lover. 🇦🇺 More info

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    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. …
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  20. Rach Smith's digital garden
    A developer building software for CodePen, wife, mother of two, productivity nerd and recovering screen addict. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Month notes & numbers №1
    This is a new series which is very much inspired by Dave Rupert's Vibe Checks. I've long wanted to do something like that myself, but I had the problem of not being able to remember …
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