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Stop using so many divs! An intro to semantic HTML
Sure, divs are great and all, but they give no information about their purpose within the document structure. HTML5 has been around for a while now, and there are better options.
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Microsoft yesterday announced a new open-source project for React Native developers who want to target Windows. “React Native for Windows,” as the project is unsurprisingly called, is meant to be a new ‘performance-oriented’ implementation of React for Windows under the MIT License.
Libs & Tools
If you are learning Web development or are already a professional Web developer, there is a very high chance you have written CSS at least once in your life. CSSBattle is  the first CSS code-golfing game.
But when you visit this page on Chrome for mobile and scroll a little way, the page is able to display itself as hsbc.com - here is how this works...
A lot of people tend to complain about how complicated Angular is when compared to React or Vue. Here’s a quick and simple rundown on how the main parts fits together in Angular.
Here is the story of how, ten years ago, a small team of web developers conspired to kill IE6 from inside YouTube and got away with it.
Mark writes about different reasons why you should, as a web developer, create your personal web site
For beginners
The difference between == and === often stumps a lot of new JavaScript developers because on surface they look the same and most of the time produce the same result — until it doesn’t.
Hello from the server side
Build Node applications in TS and make it easier to maintain them while also creating fewer bugs