Interactive keyboard shortcuts tutorial for the popular text editor.
People are engaging with pushes in the evening.
A growing list of resources for web designers.
Why having a distinctive brand is more critical than ever.
“A rigid CSS system will break under the heavy winds of an ever-changing project.”
Google’s new search result format building on the success of rich snippets.
The impact of artificial intelligence on the future of programming.
Let’s find a name for the next Android version that starts with the letter N.
Why it’s an exciting time to be in e-mail.
A new way to discover apps.
How you can build forms that support cross browser autofill.
Resources to help you on your journey into the User Experience of Virtual Reality.
“It’s puzzling that the value of Progressive Enhancement is still questioned, despite all evidence of the inherent inequality of web access.”
How you can write better, easier-to-maintain CSS code.
GitHub now also displays contributions from private repositories on your graph.
“I think I’m going to start using ‘Hey! Finally replying to this request.‘ instead of the ol’ standard ‘Sorry for not responding sooner…’”
Why we should protect people’s time.
A provocative and kaleidoscopic vision of the future.
Why HTTPS is an essential feature for progressive web apps.
“jQuery 3.0 will become the only version of jQuery.”
Google introduces combined visibility in search for multiple web sites.
Ways to deliver a fast and resilient user experience.
Sass mixins that help you manage the style of :nth-child’ified elements.
How you can craft offline, lightning fast web apps.
A framework to manage design challenges and projects.
Twitter now lets you use more words in a Tweet.
“It seems that Google still relies on us setting well optimised H1 and Title tags.”
Microsoft Edge will support the highly anticipated Fetch APIs.
‘Feels like native’ now matters more than ‘best practices on the web.’
What’s new for web developers.
An infographic with the most important parts of the Service Workers’ API.
Personal side projects as a cornerstone of creative growth and discovery.
“We are right in the middle of some messy evolution.”
On-demand interaction with physical things using no more than a browser.
Content-aware technology intelligently fills in the gaps.
GitHub now lets you move checklist items around.
We can do it even better.
Better alternatives to the confirm password field.
Examples of what CSS can accomplish on its own.
The rise of conversational search.
Facebook’s video ecosystem doesn’t require users to turn the volume up.