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Web Development Reading List #179: Firefox 53, The Top Web Browsers, And Vue.js Authentication

    Bots and Artificial Intelligence are probably the most hyped concepts right now. And while some people praise the existing technologies, others claim they don’t fear AI at all, citing examples where it fails horribly. Examples ...

Web Development Reading List #178: On CAA, Pong.js, And Meaningful Work

    Looking at recent discussions, I feel that more and more people are starting to think about ethically and morally correct work. Many of us keep asking themselves if their work is meaningful or if it matters at all. But in a well-...

Web Development Reading List #177: Getting Started With Components, CT-Header, And New Regular Expressions

    From time to time, we need to take some time off, and actually, I’m glad that this reading list is a bit shorter as the ones you’re used to. Because one thing that really stuck with me this week was Eric Karjaluoto’s articl...

A Comprehensive Guide To E-Commerce Platforms

    Did you know that bandwidth overage charges are (still) a problem and most users prefer not to rely on a developer? Well, I talked to 917 (real-life) users and created a guide to help others find the e-commerce software that suit...

50 Vibrant Illustrations To Let Your Mind Wander

    On days when things don’t seem to go as you’d like them to and inspiration is at its lowest, it’s good to take a short break and go outside to try and empty your mind. That always seems to be the best remedy for...

Web Development Reading List #176: Safari 10.1, Prompt()-Deprecation, And Professional Pride

    What a busy week! To stay on top of things, let’s review what happened in the web development world the last few days — from browser vendors pushing new updates and building new JavaScript guidelines and security standards to...

Web Development Reading List #175: GraphQL, IndexedDB2, And An Open Ethical Internet

    With GraphQL, FQL, and IndexedDB2, we have new tools at our fingertips that allow us to build products that are not only more flexible but also faster. With this week’s Web Development Reading List, we’ll dive a bit deeper in...

The Road To Resilient Web Design

    Editor’s Note: In the world of web design, we tend to become preoccupied with the here and now. In “Resilient Web Design“, Jeremy Keith emphasizes the importance of learning from the past in order to better prep...

Web Development Reading List #174: The Bricks We Lay, Remynification, And 0-RTT

    We’re all designers. Whether we do a layout, a product design or write code to design a product technically doesn’t matter here. What does matter though, is that we always take the context of a project into consideration. Bec...

World Wide Web, Not Wealthy Western Web (Part 2)

    In part 1 of this article, we looked at where in the world the new entrants to the World Wide Web are, and some of the new technologies the standards community has worked on to address some of the challenges that the next 4 billi...