Working on an open source project with a thriving contribution community is one of the great joys I have at Mozilla. In leading this charge, I get to meet amazing people of all different skill sets and interests, as well as different points of view. In the end I receive […]

CodePen’s Prefill Embeds are the perfect way to enhance documentation with live examples. With them, you keep all the code in your repo or blog post so you can easily update demos and track changes. To get started you can set everything up in a real Pen then copy out […]

Thimble, the insurtech startup that helps small businesses succeed on their own terms, has released a new API for partners who serve the small business and professional services communities. With the Thimble API, partners can offer flexible insurance policies, available monthly or on-demand, to businesses within their own user experience.

Google has released the beta version of Android 11. Developer previews for Android 11 have been around since February. Now, Google has officially opened up the beta release with three themes: people, controls, and privacy.

Managed open source company Tidelift wants to help organizations navigate through their open-source dependencies as well as clear up any confusion.  According to the company, organizations usually take a distributed or centralized approach when it comes to managing open-source dependencies. With the distributed approach, developers are free to bring in […]

Hakim El Hattab tweeted a really nice little UX enhancement for a static site that includes a scrollable sidebar of navigation. 👀 If you’ve got a static site with a scrollable sidebar, it really helps to memorize the scroll position across page loads.(left is default, right memorized)— Hakim El […]

Google yesterday announced the creation of the Open Usage Commons (OUC), a new open source organization focused on trademarks. As part of the launch, Google reveled the open-source service mesh project Istio would be joining the organization.  As a result, long-timer partner and founding member of the Istio project IBM […]

Posted by Figure 1: Finding a website through DNSOther intermediate techniques the course covers include: Organizing large doc sets. Revising and reorganizing text. Writing accurate descriptions. Creating tutorials for beginners. Students take part in interactive exercises and peer review with a lab partner. Technical Writing Two also includes class discussions […]

This article on Flipsnack was originally published on Okta. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. One of the most daunting tasks for anyone wanting to create any sort of online brochure, report, catalog, or magazine is the design aspect. These are generally needed either for promotion […]

One of the most challenging and eternal questions in project management is “Which software development methodology will be the right option?” This is about development methodologies. This topic gets a lot of discussions and hot debates as every software development project start with the selection of an implementation approach. submitted […]

Software innovation doesn’t happen without taking risks along the way. But risks can be scary for businesses afraid of making mistakes.  There is another way, according to Jon Noronha, senior vice president of product at Optimizely, a progressive delivery and experimentation platform provider. Feature experimentation, he said, allows businesses to […]

In this article, we will use Next.js to build a static blog framework with the design and structure inspired by Jekyll. I’ve always been a big fan of how Jekyll makes it easier for beginners to setup a blog and at the same time also provides a great degree of […]

Some developers just prefer working in React. I don’t blame them really, because I like React too. Maybe that’s what they learned first. I’ve been using it long enough there is just some comfort to it. But mostly it is the strong component model that I like. There is just […]

The Mac has always been pretty easy to use, but even the most ardent Mac supporters know there comes a time when their Mac is no longer new and they notice slowdowns in its performance, particularly after intensive use. They’d like a handy one-stop tool to help them optimize memory […]


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