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Austin Gil's blog

1. Austin Gil's blog

Most of the content is focused on the frontend, but there is some good backend stuff too. Each article is written without taking anything for granted about the reader. Technology covered: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Vue.js, SCSS, Postgres, Node.js, TypeScript, Accessibility.

TRENDING POST:
TIL: The HTML Capture attribute is rad

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2,785
points
Ben Nadel's Blog

2. 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:
Adding An Angular 14 Front-End To My ColdFusion Feature Flag Explorati

1,799
points
CSS Wizardry

3. CSS Wizardry

CSS Wizardry is run by Harry Roberts. Recent articles focus primarily on web performance, performant CSS, performance budgets, and practical strategies like prefetch and cache-control. Most articles these days cover more general web development than CSS alone, despite the name of the blog.

TRENDING POST:
Critical CSS? Not So Fast! – CSS Wizardry

1,563
points
Adactio

4. Adactio

Jeremy writes about web development, CSS, performance, and more. He also shares links to his favorite articles around the web through his blog.

TRENDING POST:
Design systems thinking

1,469
points
Chris Heilmann's Blog

5. Chris Heilmann's Blog

Chris is the Principal Program Manager for Browser Tools at Microsoft and writes about HTML5, open-source and future of tech.

TRENDING POST:
The sum of all knowledge | Christian Heilmann

1,411
points
Stefan Judis' Blog

6. 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:
Why custom properties don't work with the url() CSS function

1,381
points
Ashlee M Boyer's Blog

7. Ashlee M Boyer's Blog

Ashlee writes about issues surrounding accessibility of digital content through web development, her journey as a disabled web developer, and topics that after lots of developers like burn out and mental health.

TRENDING POST:
Should I Use a Button or a Link? | Ashlee M Boyer

1,082
points
Manuel Matuzović's Blog

8. Manuel Matuzović's Blog

Manuel focuses primarily on accessibility, also writes about CSS layout, architecture, and web performance.

TRENDING POST:
outline is your friend

1,013
points
David Walsh's Blog

9. David Walsh's Blog

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

TRENDING POST:
Monitor Events and Function Calls via Console

779
points
HJ Chen's Blog

10. HJ Chen's Blog

HJ Chen is a self-taught designer and developer, who writes about CSS, typography, Node.js, frameworks like Drupal, JavaScript, and HTML. The blog features a playful pixel art style and illustrations. HJ Chen also founded Talk.CSS, a meetup about CSS.

TRENDING POST:
So your designer wants stuff to overlap

776
points
Scott O'Hara's Blog

11. Scott O'Hara's Blog

Scott O'Hara writes about building great, accessible user experiences for everyone. He primarily covers accessibility in web development, HTML, CSS, and images.

TRENDING POST:
The details and summary elements, again | scottohara.me

765
points
Blogccasion

12. Blogccasion

The personal blog of Thomas Steiner, mostly covering latest browser APIs, some JavaScript and CSS topics, and the occasional personal post. Recent articles cover topics like working with Safari extensions, handling SVGs, and generally how Chrome works. Thomas works as a Chrome Developer Advocate.

TRENDING POST:
Things not available when someone blocks all cookies

570
points
Kilian Valkhof's blog

13. Kilian Valkhof's blog

Kilian writes about the full range of web development topics, from design to desktop applications written with Electron, with the biggest focus on CSS, JavaScript, Accessibility and the web platform. He is the creator of Polypane, Superposition and other apps for web developers.

TRENDING POST:
Do you know about overflow: clip? | Kilian Valkhof

437
points
Learn with Jason

14. 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:
Use XState With Netlify Edge Functions

390
points
Raymond Camden

15. 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:
How to Migrate from Lunr to Algolia - a Technical Guide

381
points
Addy Osmani's Blog

16. 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:
Software Engineering - The Soft Parts

378
points
Gleb Bahmutov's Blog

17. Gleb Bahmutov's Blog

Gleb is the VP Engineering at Cypress and has published over 300 blog posts about working with Cypress for test automation, continuous integration, testing in React, and web security. He's also authored 300+ open source projects.

TRENDING POST:
Cypress Component Testing vs Angular Test Harness

265
points
Wes Bos' Blog

18. 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

231
points
Zach Leatherman's Blog

19. Zach Leatherman's Blog

Zach writes about what he learns day-to-day in his role at Netlify. Some recent articles talk about eliminating layout shift, the state of the Eleventy static site generator, and bulk generating Open Graph images. Lots of articles on web performance as a whole.

TRENDING POST:
Which Generator builds Markdown the fastest?—zachleat.com

219
points
cassie.codes

20. cassie.codes

Cassie writes about frontend development. You'll find posts about motion paths with SVG, animation with CSS, and other web development topics. The blog has a fun and playful design with plenty of graphics and illustrations.

TRENDING POST:
SVG animation workshop. - cassie.codes

182
points
Mike Perham's Blog

21. Mike Perham's Blog

Mike writes a lot of Ruby content on his blog, though he also touches on other frameworks and languages related to web development like Go and JavaScript. He works on open source and is based in Portland, Oregon.

TRENDING POST:
Sidekiq 7.0 Beta now Available | Mike Perham

171
points
Maxime Heckel's Blog

22. 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:
The Study of Shaders with React Three Fiber - Maxime Heckel's Blog

150
points
bitsofcode

23. 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:
"What's the typeof null?", and other confusing JavaScript Types

122
points
Edidiong Asikpo's Blog

24. Edidiong Asikpo's Blog

Edidiong Asikpo writes about building websites and technical writing. She's a Developer Advocate at Hashnode and has given talks about contributing to open source and web development.

TRENDING POST:
How to Give Developers Secure Access to Kubernetes Clusters

100
points
Amelia Wattenberger's Blog

25. 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

99
points
Coder Coder

26. Coder Coder

Tutorials and resources geared towards self-taught web developers and people learning web development from the beginning. Jessica covers topics like working with media queries in CSS and debugging issues with z-index. She also runs an instagram account @thecodercoder.

TRENDING POST:
Learn web development as an absolute beginner (2021) - Coder Coder

99
points
Sarah L. Fossheim's Blog

27. Sarah L. Fossheim's Blog

Sarah writes about design, frontend development, accessibility, inclusivity, and ethics. Their most recent posts talk about accessible data visualizations, the ramifications of big data and tools like Genderify, and AI. Read for an interesting intersection of technology and ethics.

TRENDING POST:
An intro to designing accessible data visualizations - Sarah L. Fossheim

85
points
The Swift Dev

28. The Swift Dev

Tibor writes about server-side Swift and the Vapor framework. You'll find him talking about using other, complementary tools like Feather CMS. His main focus is running Swift on the server and building web applications with Swift.

TRENDING POST:
Lenses and prisms in Swift - The.Swift.Dev.

84
points
Lea Verou's Blog

29. Lea Verou's Blog

Lea Verou writes about web standards, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. She's an advocate for open source and works at MIT CSAIL.

TRENDING POST:
On ratings and meters – Lea Verou

82
points
Ethan Marcotte's Blog

30. Ethan Marcotte's Blog

Ethan writes primarily about design systems, responsive web design, and CSS. He also wrote a book about responsive web design. Posts on his blog also touch on his own experiences as a speaker and author.

TRENDING POST:
Truthish. — ethanmarcotte.com

80
points
miguelgrinberg.com

31. miguelgrinberg.com

Miguel is known in the Python community for his contributions to the Flask API framework and writes about Python on his blog. He's a software engineer, photographer and filmmaker, currently lives in Drogheda, Ireland.

TRENDING POST:
The Flask Mega-Tutorial Part I: Hello, World!

73
points
Robert Cooper's Blog

32. Robert Cooper's Blog

Robert writes about fullstack development, covering topics from working with Docker and git to writing React unit tests. He also covers general software best practices like writing good commit messages and contributing to Stack Overflow.

TRENDING POST:
How to write a commit message that will make your mom proud

68
points
Nick Janetakis' Blog

33. Nick Janetakis' Blog

Nick has hundreds of posts about Docker, Flask, Shell scripting, development environment optimizations and freelance web development tips. His blog is a mix of written articles and videos. Nick has been programming for 20 years and is a self-taught fullstack developer.

TRENDING POST:
Counting All Git Commits from All Authors and More with Git Shortlog

62
points
Dave Ceddia's Blog

34. Dave Ceddia's Blog

Dave's articles help you learn and master frontend development with React. He writes about React and Redux, and is also the author of the Pure React course.

TRENDING POST:
A Visual Guide to References in JavaScript

62
points
Tiny Projects

35. Tiny Projects

A website about completing tiny programming projects. Ben stores his ideas for apps, websites, games, and businesses in a list on his phone and tries them out one project at a time. He recently finished 6 months tiny projects.

TRENDING POST:
Mailoji: I bought 300 emoji domain names from Kazakhstan and built an email service | Tiny Projects

60
points
Nicolas Hoizey's blog

36. 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:
Brian Louis Ramirez: Fallback Font Generator

56
points
Katy Dechorah's Blog

37. Katy Dechorah's Blog

Katy DeCorah is a frontend engineer living in upstate New York. She works on the documentation team at Mapbox. She writs about JavaScript and Web Development, ranging from working with GitHub actions, Sentry, and a few baking recipes thrown in.

TRENDING POST:
Now reading

46
points
Swimburger.NET Blog

38. Swimburger.NET Blog

Swimburger.net is a blog about .NET, C#, Web Development, Azure, Umbraco, and more authored by Niels Swimberghe. Niels tries to document whatever could save fellow developers time and effort from the tiniest tricks to long step by step guides.

TRENDING POST:
How to create an ASP.NET Core Minimal API with VB.NET (there's no template)

45
points
We Learn Code

39. We Learn Code

Ali writes friendly guides to your biggest coding questions related to web development, git, GraphQL, working in an editor, and more.

TRENDING POST:
Three New Next.js Features and How to Use Them

45
points
Markus Oberlehner's Blog

40. Markus Oberlehner's Blog

Read articles about Vue.js, JavaScript, CSS, Test Driven Development, and Front-End Architecture in general. This blog is especially for people who want to learn about advanced techniques to build Vue.js and web apps. Markus's blog focuses heavily on Web Development, but occasionally he also writes articles about personal topics.

TRENDING POST:
Using Testing Library jest-dom with Vitest

42
points
Max Böck's Blog

41. Max Böck's Blog

It covers Eleventy, CSS, the IndieWeb. Various topics but always original, with a nice writing style. He's recently written articles about topics like the 90s web and building whimsical websites.

TRENDING POST:
Container Queries in Web Components

41
points
Max Stoiber's Blog

42. 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

36
points
Kitze's Blog

43. Kitze's Blog

Kitze writes about web development, with a focus on React. He also sometimes blogs about building his software products, Sizzy and Fungarzione.

TRENDING POST:
The saddest "Just Ship It" story ever

29
points
Blog for Web Developers by Ahmad Awais

44. Blog for Web Developers by Ahmad Awais

Ahmad's blog covers topics for projects where he's a core developer and contributor, like WordPress, React, webpack, Node.js, VSCode, and hundreds of other open-source software projects. For instance, corona-cli, or the famous Shades of Purple code theme.

TRENDING POST:
Screencasting Tip: Auto Hide Cursor on macOS

23
points
Thomas Park's Blog

45. Thomas Park's Blog

On web development, interface design, user research, and all the rest. Thomas is the creator of Flexbox Froggy and Bootswatch. His writing focuses on CSS and JavaScript, but touches on other areas of design and technology.

TRENDING POST:
CRAPCHA: Completely Ridiculous And Phony Captcha that Hassles for Amusement | Thomas Park

23
points

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