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Blogs about Front-end web development

56 blogs about Front-end web development.

  1. Aaron Gustafson :: My Notebook
    “Hi there. My name is Aaron Gustafson and I work on the web.” 🇺🇸

    [Link] Accessible Figma designs just got easier
    I love that folks in Microsoft are releasing the tools we use to build more accessible experiences.
    24 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  2. Accessibility in government
    “This is for everyone: documenting how we rebuild inclusive digital services across government.” 🇬🇧

    How organisations respond to accessibility monitoring
    The Government Digital Service's mission is to make digital government simpler, clearer and faster for everyone. As part of this, GDS works right across government to make the content simple and accessible to all. The …
    By Keeley Talbot - Accessibility Officer - Government Digital Service, 909 words

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  3. Adactio: Journal
    “The thoughts and ramblings of Jeremy Keith, a web developer living in Brighton in southern England.” 🇬🇧

    Trabaja remoto
    August was a month of travels. You can press play on that month’s map to follow the journey. But check out the map for September too because the travels continue. This time my adventures are …
    252 words

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  4. Adactio: Links
    “Hyperlinks hand-picked by Jeremy Keith.” 🇬🇧

    Robots.txt - Jim Nielsen’s Blog
    I realized why I hadn’t yet added any rules to my robots.txt: I have zero faith in it.
    24 words

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  5. Adam Argyle
    “Website for Adam Argyle: Teacher, Speaker, CSSWG member, and creator of Open Props and VisBug.” 🇺🇸

    Bad At Css I Love Typescript For You
    NEW🎙️ Bad At CSS Podcast David East and I discuss TypeScript; David defends it, and I attack it. I'll probably get mega roasted for this. tldr;I love TypeScript, for you. Subscribe, listen or watch Spotify …
    By adam@argyleink, 47 words

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  6. Adrian Roselli
    “I have worked with companies of all sizes, from independents to Fortune 5s, to help stand up accessibility teams and processes.” 🇺🇸

    Paris Web 2023: WCAGmire
    Download a 5.3MB tagged PDF of my slides or try the embedded view if your browser displays PDF inline. I was invited to the 2023 edition of Paris Web as one of two presenters speaking …
    By Adrian Roselli, 317 words

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  7. Andy Bell | Blog
    “A designer, front-end developer and design agency founder—based in the UK.” 🇬🇧

    A (more) Modern CSS Reset
    I wrote A Modern CSS Reset almost 4 years ago and, yeh, it’s not aged overly well. I spotted it being linked up again a few days ago and thought it’s probably a good idea …
    1,255 words

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  8. annualbeta
    “Infrequently published reports from the world of front-end development with a focus on accessibility, web performance, CSS and 11ty.” By Søren Birkemeyer. 🇩🇪

    Building on the shoulders of giants
    Two weeks ago, I noticed a tweet by Jason Lengstorf about a Netlify project called Dusty Domains. The idea: use a domain that you registered but never actually used, "ship a site to Netlify and …
    775 words

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  9. bitsofcode
    “Articles on front-end development. Written by Ire Aderinokun, Frontend Developer and UI Designer.” 🇳🇬

    When is :focus-visible visible?
    Focus outlines (and their styling) have frequently been a point of contention between aesthetics and usability. On the one hand, focus outlines are incredibly important for navigation, particularly by users navigating via keyboard or other …
    681 words

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  10. Brad Frost | Blog
    “Design Systems Consulting, Web Development, Workshops, and Music.” 🇺🇸

    The Design System Ecosystem
    What does a mature, end-to-end design system look like in a big, complex organization? What are all the moving pieces, and how do they hang together as a well-considered architecture? What’s required and what’s optional? …
    By Brad Frost, 4,806 words

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    “A rather geeky/technical weblog.” By Bramus Van Damme. 🇧🇪

    Solved by CSS Scroll-Driven Animations: Detect if an element can scroll or not
    Because Scroll-Driven Animations are only active when there is scrollable overflow, it is possible to use them as a mechanism to detect if an element can scroll or not. Mix in a Space Toggle or …
    By Bramus!, 1,070 words

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  12. - Blog
    “I'm a designer, developer and teacher based in Brighton, Mich.” By Bryan Robinson. 🇺🇸

    Jamstack is meaningless
    Right at the top, let’s say what’s in the title… The name Jamstack is meaningless… but then again, so is MACH … and composable… and headless… and Developer experience… and serverless…, but also, they’re all …
    1,620 words

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  13. - Writing
    “Hi, I'm cassie I like making fun, interactive things with code. I also talk & write about those things.” By Cassie Evans. 🇬🇧

    Modern Frontends
    I've spoken at a lot of events this year, some small community events, some large multitrack conferences, some meetups. All the events have had one thing in common. Organisers who care. Organisers who care about …
    1,473 words

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  14. Cathy Dutton
    “A collection of my posts and tutorials on Design, User Experience, CSS, PostCSS, and Front End Development.” 🇬🇧

    Future Leaders scheme - 2022 Candidate Statement
    My candidate statement for the Future Leaders Scheme (FLS) As part of the application I was asked to complete a candidate statement answering 3 questions: What motivates you to further your leadership career? What is …
    560 words

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  15. Chen Hui Jing
    “The chronicles of a self-taught designer and developer.” 🇸🇬

    State of CSS survey 2023 is live!
    I’m excited to share with everyone that the State of CSS survey for 2023 has gone live! Yes, it is slightly earlier in the year than last year’s iteration, but given the number of CSS …
    330 words

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  16. Chris Burnell · The Homepage
    “I’m Chris Burnell, a Canadian Front End Developer, and this is where I think, write, and share my passion for the web.” 🇬🇧

    Moose Country
    I took this photo at the Bog along the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. This is the 1,000th post on my website!
    27 words

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  17. Clagnut by Richard Rutter
    “The online home and blog of Richard Rutter, cofounder of Clearleft and Fontdeck. Here he writes about web typography, human-centred design, Brighton, music and occasionally cycling.” 🇬🇧

    Preventing too-short final lines of text blocks
    At the end my previous post, I said I’d settle for direct control over widows and orphans in text blocks. It turns out not to be quite as a simple as one might think, with …
    58 words

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  18. Cloud Four – Articles
    “We share what we learn so we can build a better web, together.” 🇺🇸

    Hide/Show Passwords: Ten Years Later
    One of my first open source contributions was the hideShowPassword plugin for jQuery. (And Zepto! Remember Zepto?) It was inspired by the password experience Luke Wroblewski documented in Polar, which allowed you to toggle its …
    By Tyler Sticka, 336 words

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  19. CSS { In Real Life }
    “Tips, tricks and tutorials on the web’s most beautiful language.” By Michelle Barker. 🇬🇧

    Reactivity in Vanilla Javascript
    When we talk about the concept of reactivity in Javascript, we generally mean a variable in our code responding to an event or change in state somewhere else in our code. Perhaps we need a …
    262 words

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  20. CSS-Tricks
    “Tips, Tricks, and Techniques on using Cascading Style Sheets.”

    Passkeys: What the Heck and Why?
    These things called passkeys sure are making the rounds these days. They were a main attraction at W3C TPAC 2022, gained support in Safari 16, are finding their way into macOS and iOS, and are …
    By Neal Fennimore, 2,544 words

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