Gerry McGovern asked if I had any insight into energy consumption and websites. He has a book, after all, about the digital costs on the planet. He was wondering about the specifics of web tech, like… If you do this in HTML it will consume 3× energy but if you […]

Nova is a new (vehemently macOS-only) code editor from Panic, the folks behind Coda. It’s like “Coda 3” except this was such a major re-write that they gave it a whole new name. I played with some of the betas as they were building it. I got a little discount […]

Have you ever asked yourself why you became a freelance web designer? As funny as it sounds, it may be one of those questions that we don’t ask ourselves until well after we’ve started a business. Odds are that your initial answer has something to do with freedom. That makes […]

I am a student and I want to consider Software Development or Computer Science as a major. Things that interest me are coding and creating something such as videogames. I have no knowledge of writing code and I want to know a good place to start. Any suggestions? submitted by […]

Hey, i recently bought a Youtube Clone software that allows customization and i was going to customize it myself but quickly determined it was out of my depths as a beginner who still has a lot to learn. So i decided to hire a freelancer from fiverr or upwork. My […]

I hate slow websites. They are annoying to use and frustrating to work on. But what does it mean to be “slow”? It used to be waiting for document load. Then waiting for page ready. But with so many asynchronous patterns in use today, how do we even define what […]

I really appreciate the amount of different <input> elements we’ve received over the past decade. These elements don’t just bring a new semantic advantage, but also provide UI helpers, which in many cases are useful. In a recent case, I found a UI element not useful: the x (clear) icon […]

Suspense is an exciting, upcoming feature of React that will enable developers to easily allow their components to delay rendering until they’re “ready,” leading to a much smoother user experience. “Ready,” in this context, can mean a number of things. For example, your data loading utility can tie into Suspense, […]

Making security easy for developers, in their preferred tools, while still generating reports for the CISO is a challenge many organizations face today, when the reality is that late-stage security approaches can’t plug vulnerabilities deep within applications. Yet putting the onus squarely on developers is a gamble, as many aren’t […]

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