• Designing And Building A Progressive Web Application Without A Framework (Part 1) Smashing Magazine

    How does a web application actually work? I don’t mean from the end-user point of view. I mean in the technical sense. How does a web application actually run? What kicks things off? Without any boi…

    Today · 06:00
  • Patterns Day video and audio Jeremy Keith

    If you missed out on Patterns Day this year, you can still get a pale imitation of the experience of being there by watching videos of the talks. Here are the videos, and if you’re not that into…

    Today · 05:55
  • Analytics, logs and metrics Remy Sharp

    Netlify just recently launched a simple analytics offering for $9 per site per month. It's a great addition to an amazing platform and when the analytics are enabled, the last 30 days of traffic will…

    Yesterday · 18:00
  • Campu Santu Marc Thiele

    Impressions from Campu Santu, a beautiful cemetery in Bonifacio on Corsica. Located on the Bosco plateau facing the sea.…

    Yesterday · 07:30
  • The Essential Guide To JavaScript’s Newest Data Type: BigInt Smashing Magazine

    The BigInt data type aims to enable JavaScript programmers to represent integer values larger than the range supported by the Number data type. The ability to represent integers with arbitrary precisi…

    Yesterday · 06:00
  • Bourdain on The Journey Dustin Curtis

    Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your m…

    Two Days Ago · 21:22
  • A Beautiful Sunset in Bonifacio, Corsica Marc Thiele

    A beautiful sunset in Bonifacio, Corsica…

    Two Days Ago · 17:00
  • Overcast summer update Marco Arment

    Today’s Overcast update (2019.6) brings some great new features. But first, I need to set low expectations for iOS 13, watchOS 6, and macOS Catalina updates this fall. Halfway through the summe…

    Two Days Ago · 14:14
  • Built-In Resistance Frank Chimero

    From Ted Hughes’ 1995 interview with the Paris Review, discussing the different yields of writing tools: I made an interesting discovery about myself when I first worked for a film company. I ha…

    Three Days Ago · 18:00
  • Grab a .DEV Domain from Hover! (Sponsored) David Walsh

    I can say that the biggest and best changes in my professional life came from starting this blog — it was the springboard for conference speaking, open source, and joining Mozilla. I’ve always urg…

    Four Days Ago · 11:12
  • Passing the mic Christian Heilmann

    I realised this week that I’ve been presenting at technology events for about 13 years now. The latter years were more or less dedicated to this and in some cases I covered 30 conferences a year…

    Four Days Ago · 09:30
  • Animated WordPress Wallpaper Matt Mullenweg

    I didn’t realize this, but apparently MacOS has a built-in ability to show really stunning animated wallpapers, like this one created by Folletto that subtly changes colors throughout the day in…

    Four Days Ago · 09:09
  • Missed Understanding Tim Kadlec

    There are two basic ways to respond when someone expresses frustration about not understanding a tool or technique that we do. The first is to blame them. I mean, you understand it. It’s not t…

    Four Days Ago · 08:57
  • Monthly Web Development Update 7/2019: Modern Techniques And Good Trouble Smashing Magazine

    What can we do to cause “good trouble”? First of all, I think it needs to be friendly, helpful and meaningful actions that don’t impact other peoples’ lives. Secondly, it’s something we stro…

    Four Days Ago · 06:00