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Gimli – A Visual Studio Code extension for front-end developers

Creating complex dynamic layouts often requires the use of grid and flexbox. Learning can be challenging. Gimli solves this by providing visual tools that greatly simplifies the process of creating complex layouts.

Crash Course in CrUX

CrUX is the Chrome UX Report from Google. This crash course will take you through everything you need to get the most out of the data.

The Art of Obfuscation - FrontCon Riga

What can we create with only 140 bytes of JavaScript? -How do we write small programs that output their own source in a different way? - Why do we write code in English and limit us to ASCII characters? - Can we write JS that is also valid CSS and HTML at the same time?

Native lazy-loading is coming to the web!

defers offscreen images until the user scrolls near them. Shipping in Chrome ~75

scroll-padding and scroll-margin

On-page anchor links and fixed position elements are not the best friends — target element may be obscured (left). There is a good news (right)!

The first preview builds of the next version of #MicrosoftEdge are ready for you

Microsoft Edge preview builds are ready for you to try. Check out what we've been working on, and let us know what you think so we can keep improving.

Code caching for JavaScript developers in V8

Code caching (also known as bytecode caching) is an important optimization in browsers. It reduces the start-up time of commonly visited websites by caching the result of parsing + compilation.

Netlify Dev - a new development server

Introducing Netlify Dev, a new development server that allows you to run our entire platform right on your laptop.

Developer Survey Results 2019

This year, nearly 90,000 developers told us how they learn and level up, which tools they’re using, and what they want.

Project Fugu is happening!

More web API coming to chromium based browsers 😇