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Josh W. Comeau's Blog

1. Josh W. Comeau's Blog

Josh writes playful and interactive articles with a focus on React, Gatsby, CSS, and animation. Formerly employed by Gatsby, he recently went full-time to work on an interactive CSS course, built on his own course software.

TRENDING POST:
Make Beautiful Gradients

JavaScriptReact.js
6,027
points
Kent C. Dodds' Blog

2. Kent C. Dodds' Blog

Kent C. Dodds writes about React, JavaScript, and Node.js. He's particularly written a lot about testing with Jest and Cypress. Formerly employed by PayPal, he now creates educational material full-time for web developers.

TRENDING POST:
JavaScript to Know for React

2,575
points
2ality

3. 2ality

2ality is a blog about JavaScript, web development and mobile computing (but other topics are covered, too, occasionally). It's written by Axel Rauschmayer, a software engineer based in Munich, Germany.

TRENDING POST:
New in Node.js: `node:` protocol imports

1,511
points
Daily Dev Tips

4. Daily Dev Tips

Chris writes every single day about web development snippets that will help you become a better developer. He focuses on frontend development, JavaScript, popular frameworks, and HTML and CSS.

TRENDING POST:
/my-honest-opinion-on-tailwind-css

1,509
points
David Walsh's Blog

5. David Walsh's Blog

A blog featuring tutorials about JavaScript, HTML5, AJAX, PHP, CSS, WordPress, and everything else development.

TRENDING POST:
JavaScript String replaceAll

1,404
points
Human Who Codes

6. Human Who Codes

Nicholas is a frontend engineer and author of ESLint. He writes about frontend development and JavaScript.

TRENDING POST:
/promises

1,333
points
fettblog

7. fettblog

Stefan writes about TypeScript, a lot! If you want to know anything about TypeScript's type system, its gotchas, quirks, and powers, you'll find relevant articles on this blog. Recent posts cover topics like OOP pitfalls in TypeScript and when to prefer types aliases over interfaces.

TRENDING POST:
How not to learn TypeScript

1,200
points
Swyx.io

8. Swyx.io

Swyx writes about frontend development with JavaScript and careers in software development. He's also a known advocate for Learning In Public.

TRENDING POST:
Learn In Public: The fastest way to learn

1,108
points
Max Stoiber's Blog

9. Max Stoiber's Blog

Max writes about frontend development, mostly React, as well as various other related topics. He's the creator of styled-components and react-boilerplate and currently works at Gatsby.

TRENDING POST:
Margin considered harmful

1,095
points
Lee Robinson's Blog

10. Lee Robinson's Blog

Lee works at Vercel and write about Next.js, MDX, Node, and React. His most popular posts are about design systems and design, as well as how to work with Yarn Workspaces and Lerna.

TRENDING POST:
Rust Is The Future of JavaScript Infrastructure – Lee Robinson

1,082
points
Stefan Judis' Blog

11. Stefan Judis' Blog

Stefan writes about topics like Next.js, CSS, and web development in general. He also runs a monthly newsletter that covers productivity tips for developers and made tiny-helpers.dev.

TRENDING POST:
The surprising behavior of "important CSS custom properties"

1,028
points
Ben Nadel's Blog

12. Ben Nadel's Blog

Ben Nadel is a cofounder of Invision and blogs about ColdFusion, jQuery, HTML5, AJAX, SQL, and all aspects of web application development. He's also known for his articles about working with Angular.

TRENDING POST:
Replacing jQuery (110kb) With Umbrella JS (8kb)

1,024
points
Overreacted

13. Overreacted

Blog written by Dan Abramov, a member of the React Core Team and author of Redux. He writes about UI engineering, software development practices, and concepts in React.js.

TRENDING POST:
Things I Don’t Know as of 2018

920
points
Swizec Teller's Blog

14. Swizec Teller's Blog

Swizec writes about JavaScript, ReactJS, and technical skills that will boost your career. He also writes about data visualization with d3 and serverless development.

TRENDING POST:
/letters

910
points
Learn with Jason

15. Learn with Jason

Join Jason Lengstorf as he pair programs with brilliant folks from the community to build something live in about 90 minutes.

TRENDING POST:
Build an App With Supabase and NextJS · Learn With Jason

891
points
Mark's Dev Blog

16. Mark's Dev Blog

Mark writes detailed technical articles focused on React and Redux, as well as introductory articles on web development topics, tips for coding career advice, React/Redux-related presentations and assorted other technical topics (TypeScript, Git, etc). The author is also a maintainer of Redux.

TRENDING POST:
Blogged Answers: A (Mostly) Complete Guide to React Rendering Behavior

603
points
Jake Archibald's Blog

17. Jake Archibald's Blog

Jake writes about the inner workings of JavaScript, Google Chrome, and web performance.

TRENDING POST:
Cross-fading any two DOM elements is currently impossible

601
points
Robin Wieruch's Blog

18. Robin Wieruch's Blog

Robin writes guides and tutorials about React.js, Node.js, GraphQL and JavaScript. He's also got courses on React, GraphQL, and Firebase.

TRENDING POST:
URL for State: Exploring Search Params in React Router 6

564
points
Wes Bos' Blog

19. Wes Bos' Blog

Wes writes about web development and covers topics like React.js, Node, Express, Lambda, Gatsby, and Next.js. Famous for his hot tips.

TRENDING POST:
Beginner JavaScript Notes

514
points
Localghost

20. Localghost

Sophie writes about web development and accessibility. Her latest posts talk about misconceptions about web accessibility, cross-site scripting attacks and security, and deploying with CircleCI. Sophie works at Monzo as a senior web engineer.

TRENDING POST:
Everything I googled in a week as a professional software engineer - localghost

510
points
Flavio Copes' Blog

21. Flavio Copes' Blog

JavaScript and Web Development Tutorials. Flavio is one of the most recognizable JavaScript bloggers, and has been publishing a new post every day for years. Each one is bite-sized and easy to digest.

TRENDING POST:
Introduction to Remix

489
points
Varun Vachhar's Blog

22. Varun Vachhar's Blog

Varun writes about creative coding from a frontend developer's perspective. His goal is to go beyond the basics, and break down sketches and drawings created with JavaScript. Finally, he wants to make animation math approachable for people who aren't familiar with it yet.

TRENDING POST:
How to build stunning 3D scenes with React Three Fiber

412
points
Jack Franklin's Blog

23. Jack Franklin's Blog

Jack Franklin writes about JavaScript, unit testing, working in VS Code, and software development in general.

TRENDING POST:
Why you should check-in your node dependencies - Jack Franklin

411
points
Tania Rascia's Blog

24. Tania Rascia's Blog

A blog about JavaScript and other software development topics like Vue, Node.js, Express, Postgres, Docker, and web development.

TRENDING POST:
React Architecture: How to Structure and Organize a React Application

387
points
Pragmatic Pineapple

25. Pragmatic Pineapple

Nikola writes mostly JavaScript and Ruby topics. He breaks up difficult topics into digestible and practical tips. He also questions the status quo in both JS and Ruby worlds by covering topics that have been long accepted by the community. You'll also find articles about working with vim.

TRENDING POST:
Smoothly Reverting CSS Animations

357
points
Amelia Wattenberger's Blog

26. Amelia Wattenberger's Blog

Interactive guides & walkthroughs of web development & data visualization concepts, which explore novel article formats. She uses React.js and d3.js to create visualizations that help you better understand CSS and JavaScript concepts.

TRENDING POST:
Amelia Wattenberger

341
points
Raymond Camden

27. Raymond Camden

Raymond writes about web development technologies. It focuses on Vue.js, Jamstack, JavaScript, and web dev in general. The latest posts talk about things like working with Google Sheets from an app and preventing multiple form submissions with Vue.

TRENDING POST:
Using Google Analytics 4 for Blog Stats

286
points
Johnny Reilly's blog

28. Johnny Reilly's blog

John writes about TypeScript, webpack and .NET. He works on a number of open source projects, such as Definitely Typed and ts-loader and often writes about those also. John also wrote the history of Definitely Typed.

TRENDING POST:
Azure Container Apps, Bicep and GitHub Actions | I CAN MAKE THIS WORK

245
points
Maxime Heckel's Blog

29. Maxime Heckel's Blog

Maxime shares through his writing his experience as a frontend engineer and everything he's learning about on React, Typescript, SwiftUI, Serverless, and testing.

TRENDING POST:
Cubic Bézier: from math to motion - Maxime Heckel's Blog

191
points
Chidi Williams's Blog

30. Chidi Williams's Blog

Chidi blogs about programming with Go. He shares long-form explanations about hard-to-understand parts of the language. He also writes about building games and web simulations with JavaScript.

TRENDING POST:
The Humane Representation of Programs

186
points
bitsofcode

31. bitsofcode

Ire writes about topics through the entire web development spectrum. Recent posts talk about React, creating live images, and working with Puppeteer on Netlify. She's a frontend developer and UI designer from Lagos, Nigeria.

TRENDING POST:
Setting up a Decentralised Website (ENS + IPFS = dWeb)

182
points
Brent Jackson's Blog

32. Brent Jackson's Blog

Brent Jackson is a frontend developer at Gatsby and writes about CSS, CSS-in-JS, and design systems. He's the author of Styled System and Theme UI.

TRENDING POST:
/1988ff/141a3b

170
points
Tobias Ahlin's Blog

33. Tobias Ahlin's Blog

Tobias' beautifully designed blog talks about topics like CSS, JavaScript, animation, and A/B testing for products. Many articles include custom illustrations, as well. He's worked at Spotify, GitHub, and Minecraft.

TRENDING POST:
Moving Letters

167
points
Adam Wathan's Blog

34. Adam Wathan's Blog

Adam Wathan is the creator of Tailwind CSS, and writes primarily about CSS and JavaScript with Vue.js and Next.js. He's also known for co-creating Refactoring UI, a popular ebook that teaches developers how to design UIs that actually look good.

TRENDING POST:
CSS Utility Classes and "Separation of Concerns"

141
points
Tom MacWright's Blog

35. Tom MacWright's Blog

Tom writes about JavaScript and web development, and an assortment of topics. Some of Tom's recent posts cover alternatives to single-page JavaScript applications.

TRENDING POST:
Sharing in the presence of computers and corporations

111
points
Jack Harner's Blog

36. Jack Harner's Blog

Jack writes about things he learns, as he learns them. The blogs covers primarily frontend web development, but also covers topics like CI/CD, social media and email lists, and posting photos on Unsplash.

TRENDING POST:
Blog

100
points
The Code Barbarian

37. The Code Barbarian

Valeri writes about TypeScript, Node, static site generators, and Mongoose, the ORM for MongoDB in Node.js.

TRENDING POST:
My 3 Favorite JavaScript Interview Questions

94
points
Monica Dinculescu's Blog

38. Monica Dinculescu's Blog

Monica blogs about Magenta.js, JavaScript, the inner workings of Chrome, Emoji, previously Polymer, and Web Components.

TRENDING POST:
Font style matcher

85
points
Nicolas Hoizey's blog

39. Nicolas Hoizey's blog

Drawing on over 20 years of experience, Nicolas advocates a pragmatic use of Web technologies based on progressive enhancement. He writes about web performance, particularly responsive images, the JAMstack, and the IndieWeb.

TRENDING POST:
/AXGNM8/ne-vous-laissez-plus-deposseder-de-vos-contenus

84
points
Umar Hansa's Blog

40. Umar Hansa's Blog

Umar writes about frontend development and JavaScript topics, including accessibility, Chrome's DevTools, and cutting edge browser features.

TRENDING POST:
Copy CSS as JavaScript - Chrome DevTools - Dev Tips

80
points
Code with Hugo

41. Code with Hugo

Hugo writes Node.js and JavaScript Guides for the working developer. Get from "how do I X?" to "done" with straight to the point posts. Topics covered in depth include testing with Jest, Cypress and Alpine.js. Recent posts touch on server-side rendered React, optional chaining in JavaScript, and command line tips.

TRENDING POST:
/newsletter

80
points
Addy Osmani's Blog

42. Addy Osmani's Blog

Addy Osmani (Adnan Osmani) is an engineering manager at Google working on Chrome. His teams work on tools like Lighthouse and PageSpeed Insights. He is author of open-source projects like Yeoman, TodoMVC and Material Design Lite.

TRENDING POST:
Learning JavaScript Design Patterns

73
points
SurviveJS

43. SurviveJS

Juho writes about ReactJS, JavaScript, Webpack, and modern frontend testing. He also interviews creators and open source maintainers in the JavaScript ecosystem about their experiences.

TRENDING POST:
How to tame the devDependencies of your project?

65
points
Coder's Block

44. Coder's Block

Will writes about front-end web development, especially JavaScript and CSS. His blog posts typically talk through interesting things you can create with demos showing how they work.

TRENDING POST:
The Surprising Things That CSS Can Animate

63
points
The Smart Coder Blog

45. The Smart Coder Blog

The Smart Coder covers a wide range of topics around web development. Its goal is to provide best content for developers around the world, such as project ideas, GitHub repositories, guides, and much more. This site is a combination blog and additional features that help developers discover new content.

TRENDING POST:
40+ JavaScript Projects For Your Portfolio [With Videos!]

63
points

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