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Why are there so many damn front-end web frameworks?
Yes. There are a lot of front end web frameworks. Why is that a problem? Why don’t I hear constant complaints about literally every other duplication of effort that occurs in our industry?
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In the news
It’s literally taken years to do it, but Bootstrap 4 has finally arrived! 
Effective immediately, all new Firefox features that are web-exposed are to be restricted to secure contexts. Web-exposed means that the feature is observable from a web page or server, whether through JavaScript, CSS, HTTP, media formats, etc.
People want to be able to find answers to their questions as fast as possible — studies show that people really care about the speed of a page. Although speed has been used in ranking for some time, that signal was focused on desktop searches. Starting in July 2018, page speed will be a ranking factor for mobile searches.
Browser engineers have been optimizing their engines using Speedometer as a proxy for real-world use of popular frameworks for a number of years. Now Webkit and Chromium teams are announcing the Speedometer 2.0.
Tools & libraries
Next.js-like framework for server-rendered React apps built with React Router 4

Webpage tracking only using CSS (and no JS)

Tutorials & guides
I wanted to try to use Angular 5 since I've heard it has changed a lot since Angular 1.

HTML 5.2 has introduced a new <dialog> element for native modal dialog boxes.
There is a polyfill that provides both the JavaScript behavior and a stylesheet with default styling.
“A screen isn’t necessarily a rectangle anymore…”
How I built & deployed 2 production apps without downloading any source code.

For beginners
Aligning things in CSS has been a common source of frustration, fun and even memes for a long time.

Hello from the server side
ES Modules are coming to NodeJS. They’re actually already here, behind a --experimental-modules flag.
Having some fun with carousels! Use the sliding carousels to enter the super secret code.

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