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What’s new in ES2021

Every year the TC39 committee releases the new features coming to JavaScript. Here’s whats coming in 2021.

When a Click is Not Just a Click

The click event is quite simple and easy to use; you listen for the event and run code when the event is fired.

The State Of Web Workers In 2021

The web is single-threaded. This makes it increasingly hard to write smooth and responsive apps. But we can change that with Web Workers.

Demystifying styled-components

For so many React devs, styled-components seems kinda magical.

Introducing Astro: Ship Less JavaScript

We’re excited to announce Astro as a new way to build static websites and deliver lightning-fast performance.

Beginner JavaScript Notes

15 chapters of free content to learn JavaScript online based on Wes' video courses

Getting Creative with Trigonometric Functions

In the second part of this series on trigonometry, we’ll explore JavaScript trigonometric functions and learn how we can apply them to our CSS code.

Explore DOM Events

Learn how the DOM Event system works through exploration

Coding Fantasy: Learn CSS, HTML & JavaScript by Playing Coding Games

No more boring lectures, videos and courses. Learn to code in a fun, fast and effective way.

Content-aware image resizing in JavaScript

JavaScript implementation of so-called Seam Carving algorithm for the content-aware image resizing and object removal. A dynamic programming approach.

Interactive JavaScript space.

The Healing Power of JavaScript

For some of us—isolates, happy in the dark—code is therapy, an escape and a path to hope in a troubled world.


Kaboom.js (beta) is a JavaScript library that helps you make games fast and fun!

Gyro-web: Accessing the device orientation in JavaScript

Accessing the device orientation using React hook, and rotating a CSS 3D cube afterward.

Use CSS Variables instead of React Context

How and why you should use CSS variables (custom properties) for theming instead of React context.

21 Bad Front-End Habits to Drop in 2021

Forget the gym, here are some resolutions you’ll actually keep

Creating comic book speech bubbles with SVG and javascript

Webcomics traditionally include speech bubbles as part of the image. Today we explore whether it could be done using SVG and javascript.

The State of JavaScript 2020

The annual survey about the latest trends in the JavaScript ecosystem.

Front-end predictions for 2021 and beyond

Jay Freestone examines trends and technologies that will shape web development this year.

Automatic Social Share Images

Generating social share images with a serverless function and headless browser