Category: Web Development Reading List

Monthly Web Development Update 10/2017: CSS Grid, CAA Pitfalls, And Image Optimization

    Editor’s Note: Welcome to this month’s web development update. Anselm will summarize the most important things that happened in the web community over the past few weeks in one handy list for you. Enjoy! As web developers, w...

Monthly Web Development Update 09/2017: Functional CSS, Android 8 And iOS 11

    Editor’s Note: Welcome to this month’s web development update. It’s actually the first one that we publish, and from now on, Anselm will summarize the most important things that happened over the past month in one handy lis...

Web Development Reading List: Announcing Changes, A Design Kit, DNA Malware, And Why Meaning Is An Advantage

    You might have noticed it already: in the past few weeks you might have missed Anselm’s Web Development Reading List issues here on SmashingMag. No worries: From now on, we’ll switch to collecting the most important news ...

Web Development Reading List #190: Images in Web Notifications and Angular Code Splitting

    New APIs offer great possibilities to build better web services. And some people push these new technologies to their limits. For example, we can use JavaScript to generate images that we then can use in Web Notifications. We can...

Web Development Reading List #189: Sync Via Push API, RTL CSS, And The Disaster Factory

    Do you feel stressed from time to time? I do. Recently, I experimented with meditation and yoga, just to see if and how they work. There’s a lot of advice you can find online and they all claim to transform your life entire...

Web Development Reading List #188: Real-World Accessibility, Flexbox Madness, And The Ephemerality Of Things We Build

    CSS is an amazing tool which we constantly use but we don’t seem to honor it appropriately. Whenever I see the growing browser support of the :focus-within selector, the much wanted justify-content: space-evenly for Flexbox...

Web Development Reading List #187: Webpack 3, Assisted Writing, And Automated Chrome Testing

    This week, we’ll explore some rather new concepts: What happens if we apply artificial intelligence to text software, for example? And why would a phone manufacturer want its business model to be stolen by competitors? We’ll...

Web Development Reading List #186: Tor 7, Designing Depth, And Mac Ransomare

    Design is one of the most controversial things in our industry. There are barely any redesigns that aren’t discussed heavily in the community. Changing a well-working design is even harder as people tend to dislike anything new...

Web Development Reading List #185: Safari 11, New Edge Build, Chrome 59, And CSS Optimization Insights

    This week was full of great browser vendor news: Safari 11 was announced with long-awaited features such as WebRTC and tracking protection, and a new Edge build with new CSS features is now available, too. But the past few days ...

Web Development Reading List #184: New Library Updates, Page Load Performance, And Continuance

    Our lives are in constant change, we never stop developing and evolving — our bodies, our minds, our views. And today’s technology supports us in doing that: We can access a lot more information as the generations before us, ...