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dnsimple.com

DNSimple: Simple, secure domain name services and DNS hosting providerSponsored

Simplify your domain management, and never think of DNS again.

uxpin.com

Designing with coded components – as easy as 1-2-3Sponsored

The next step of prototyping with coded components is around the corner! Import, design with, and manage interactive UI. Try Merge Component Manager.

smashingmagazine.com

Jamstack Rendering Patterns: The Evolution

In this article, Ekene Eze shares his thoughts about the direction of the web in 2022.

joshwcomeau.com

The Front-End Developer's Guide to the Terminal

If you want to learn a modern JavaScript framework like React or Angular, you better be familiar with the terminal!

uxpin.com

UXPin Merge: Build fully interactive prototypes in just minutesSponsored

Prototype with true components and save time on adding interactions. Use UXPin Merge – design with the same elements your devs build products with.

smashingmagazine.com

Those HTML Attributes You Never Use

Interesting HTML attributes that you may not have heard of, and that you can apply to your project right away.

polypane.app

Always open localhost in your development browser

How to always open localhost in your development browser while opening all other URLs in your regular browser on Mac, Windows and Linux.

projects.codesandbox.io

CodeSandbox Projects Beta - Development reimagined.

Experience the future of web development and build projects anywhere and anytime with your team.

georgefrancis.dev

Texture — Generative Snacks!

Bring your generative work to life with three simple textures inspired by the natural world.

dev.to

CSS as the backend: introducing Cascading Server Sheets!

Here we go again! Another one of these, and I promise, you will be questioning my sanity after this.

css-tricks.com

Explain the First 10 Lines of Twitter’s Source Code to Me

A question I always like to ask when interviewing a front-end candidate is: “Explain the first ten or so lines of the Twitter source code to me.”

smashingmagazine.com

How To Develop A Text Editor For The Web

How do text typing and editing work on the web?

oss.love

Open source, Open hearts

Send a token of appreciation to your favorite open source developers and projects.

the.com

The.com: Collaborative Web Design in a Creator Community Sponsored

Design low-code sites limitlessly on The.com. Fine-tune details, share remixable designs with the community, and push the web’s limits.

css-tricks.com

Replace JavaScript Dialogs With the New HTML Dialog Element

Here’s how to replace JavaScript dialogs with the HTML dialog element with the same functionality as the alert(), confirm(), and prompt() methods.

2ality.com

A pipe operator for JavaScript: introduction and use cases

The proposal “Pipe operator (|>) for JavaScript” introduces a new operator.

charm.sh

Charm

We build tools to make the command line glamorous.

simeongriggs.dev

There’s never been a better time to build websites

We’re closing in on the end of 2021 and I’m as excited now about building websites as I’ve been in ~25 years.

turborepo.org

Turborepo

Turborepo is a high-performance build system for JavaScript and TypeScript codebases.

uxpin.com

Design 10x faster with UI components powered by codeSponsored

Build your prototypes with fully interactive components. Reach new heights of functional fidelity. Design with UXPin Merge.