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Goodbye, WordPress - Josh Collinsworth blog
Goodbye, WordPress - Josh Collinsworth blog
WordPress was potentially the most impactful and empowering technology I've yet encountered. It transformed my career path and enabled me to do anything I wanted at every point in my journey. So why leave it now?
·joshcollinsworth.com·
Goodbye, WordPress - Josh Collinsworth blog
State of CSS 2022
State of CSS 2022
Web styling features of today and tomorrow, as seen at Google IO 2022, plus some extras.
·web.dev·
State of CSS 2022
My guiding principles after 20 years of programming
My guiding principles after 20 years of programming
I’ve been programming since 1999. This year I’ve officially coded for 20+ years. I’ve started with Basic but soon jumped into Pascal and C…
·alexewerlof.medium.com·
My guiding principles after 20 years of programming
A Quick Intro to Elm for React Developers
A Quick Intro to Elm for React Developers
An introduction to the Elm functional programming language for frontend web developers familiar with React, JavaScript and TypeScript
·blog.theodo.com·
A Quick Intro to Elm for React Developers
10 reasons MVC frameworks aren't dinosaurs but sharks
10 reasons MVC frameworks aren't dinosaurs but sharks
I think there is a serious shark in web sea: the monolithic MVC framework. Rails (Ruby), Django (Python), Laravel (PHP) and many others. They've been here for a long time, and even they're kind of boring, they still do the job very well. Of course, they're not the right solution for every use case. Like any piece of tech, there are always trade-offs to consider.
·david-dahan.com·
10 reasons MVC frameworks aren't dinosaurs but sharks
The Other Kind of Staff Software Engineer
The Other Kind of Staff Software Engineer
Let’s talk about a career in tech, but not the usual boring stuff about salary or how to pass the interview process at the place with the most over...
·earthly.dev·
The Other Kind of Staff Software Engineer
Bridging the gap
Bridging the gap
Making it easier to build for the web.
·web.dev·
Bridging the gap
Don't fight the browser preload scanner
Don't fight the browser preload scanner
Find out what the browser preload scanner is, how it helps performance, and how you can stay out of its way.
·web.dev·
Don't fight the browser preload scanner
What’s new in Flutter 3
What’s new in Flutter 3
Deep dive into our latest release, including macOS and Linux stable, performance improvements, and more!
·medium.com·
What’s new in Flutter 3
If Programming Languages Were Futurama Characters
If Programming Languages Were Futurama Characters
Map your (least) favorite programming language to your favorite Planet Express crew member based on its characteristics.
·netmeister.org·
If Programming Languages Were Futurama Characters
Component Party
Component Party
Web component JS frameworks overview by their syntax and features: Svelte, React, Vue 3, Angular
·component-party.dev·
Component Party
The Story of Web Components
The Story of Web Components
This is the story of Web Components and why, at least for now, they haven't managed to gain meaningful adoption.
·youtube.com·
The Story of Web Components
Say Hello to selectmenu, a Fully Style-able select Element
Say Hello to selectmenu, a Fully Style-able select Element
I want to introduce you to a new, experimental form control called selectmenu, including how much easier it is to style than a traditional element.
·css-tricks.com·
Say Hello to selectmenu, a Fully Style-able select Element
Open Web Advocacy
Open Web Advocacy
Open Web Advocacy is a group of software engineers from all over the world who have come together to advocate for the future of the open web.
·open-web-advocacy.org·
Open Web Advocacy