Looking back at the top front-end items of 2016. Here are some great stories that caught everyone’s imaginations in the world of front-end development 🙂
These are mostly simple tips but may uncover a few features you hadn’t got around to trying yet. (
$0was a handy one I didn’t know about.)
Practical explanations and examples. Includes a look at contextual highlighting with ‘mark’, quotations with ‘q’, and more.
In 30 minutes, Paul Irish shared what’s new in Chrome’s DevTools and how they’ll help you when debugging your sites and front-end work. A lot of useful stuff.
What are the bare elements you need and how can they come together? Originally published in 2013 but updated for 2016.
A superb slidedeck from a workshop given by Smashing Magazine’s proprietor. You should learn a few things from this.
Literally see what’s new in the next version of the popular front-end framework, including cards, font changes, a new XL grid tier, and tweaks to button styling.
Starts from the usual basics (title, charset, etc.) but works up to a significant number of meta and link tags useful in various situations.
A ton of useful insights, tips, videos, and more, on debugging issues in Web apps, front end development, etc.
A look at a variety of approaches and tools for testing Web sites using network conditions end users are likely to experience.