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In 1999 the two largest browsers, Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer, were in all out war for control of the market. Looming just ahead was the release of Internet Explorer 5, in March of 1999, a release that would give users a free browser deeply integrated into the Windows operating system…

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In the news
As open standards like HTML5, WebGL and WebAssembly have matured over the past several years, most now provide many of the capabilities and functionalities that plugins pioneered and have become a viable alternative for content on the web.
Implementing first-class support for WebAssembly

Tools & libraries
The first React 16 beta is now available for public testing. 🎉

Storybook has been known as “React Storybook” since the beginning, but it was rebranded to “Storybook” during the 3.0.0 release.
Chrome automation made simple. Runs locally or headless on AWS Lambda.

Tutorials & guides
If you’re looking for a specific approach, Zach has prepared some handy links that will take you to the section you need.
Support for CSS Grid Layout is pretty great since all major browsers, except IE and Edge, support it. For a lot of projects you can start using CSS Grid Layouts today.
You may already be familiar with the basic features of the Chrome Developer Tools: the DOM inspector, styles panel, and JavaScript console…


Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) are one of the most exciting and innovative things happening in web development right now.

Add to Home Screen banners, special icons, search engine placements and more…

Hello from the server side
How the performance characteristics of v8’s Turbofan will affect the way we optimize

For beginners
Annarita Tranfici looks at some new or relatively unknown CSS properties that can be incredibly useful even if many people are still unaware of them.

Say, who doesn’t love finding creative new ways to use emojis? How about a moving emoji train in a mini CSS world!

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