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13 terrible web trends from the 90s, and how to recreate them

We revisit the trends of an era when the term “taste” was interpreted more liberally than it is today.

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In the news
The next version of Chrome will have headless support on all three major desktop platforms.

Tools & libraries
A tool for developing responsive websites crazy-fast

Tutorials & guides
There is a whole lot of legal sounding information at the top of CSS specifications. However it also contains useful information about the status of specs like Grid.

Maria Antonietta Perna highlights the benefits of lazy loading images on websites and shows five approaches to implement lazy loading for your website.

Jack Franklin describes a set of tips and best practices for creating and organizing React applications in a scalable way.

CSS Custom Properties give us the ability to reach into a property value and change certain parts of it. That's useful in a bunch of places, but in particular, it's useful in properties which don't allow us to do it any other way.

For beginners

A detailed article about 'undefined' keyword in JavaScript. 7 tips on how to handle correctly 'undefined' and increase code durability.

One of the common questions about the rapid release schedules for the browsers is, "how can the developers make large-scale, high impact changes if they break everything up into small chunks?"
Firefox 53 and Edge 15  show us how it can be done.
CSS isn’t going anywhere. A lot of the projects choose to style documents in JavaScript for wrong reasons. This article lists common misconceptions (myths) and the existing CSS solutions to those problems.
Most transpiled languages exist because they want to correct some perceived deficiencies in JavaScript. It’s hard to quantify, but you can feel the respect that the TypeScript team has for JavaScript. They’re not trying to rescue an inherently flawed language; instead, they’re trying to help a language they love reach new heights.

The announcement of Glimmer at EmberConf 2017 brought with it much excitement, but there was also a hint of worry in the minds of long time Ember users.

Hello from the server side
JavaScript and Ruby share a deep philosophical bond over language design, if not ecosystem management. Let’s focus on the aspects we have in common and help Rails programmers extract the best from JavaScript with the help of some key guiding conventions.

A simplified version of Wolfenstein 3d that is playable in an email client....

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