The more effort we put toward fixing a bug, three others appear. This week, as I was improving my site’s performance, Google’s Lighthouse became my new best friend.
To provide a truly context-driven experience, we need a context-driven interface. React delivers that in spades. But what are the costs? And how do we make the case for it?
Hate debugging your code? Then do yourself a favor: test your code before you write it. You won’t have to guess anymore, if you take the test-driven approach.
Every time you open a piece of email, you may inadvertently, quietly, very accurately tell the sender a lot about you.
The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide whether warrantless seizure of a person’s cell network usage records violates the Constitution. What’s really at stake? Hasn’t the Constitution and court already addressed the issue?
You know the reasons why net neutrality is a good thing — but do you know how in(significant) the FCC’s rules have been? Do you understand the real threat?
Resurrected from the era of the Font Wars, the Variable Fonts spec now enjoys full support from Apple devices in Safari 11, and brings irresistible improvements over the predecessors.
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During a speech to a crowd of police officers held Friday in Long Island, President Donald Trump endorsed police brutality. That’s what much of the media has claimed and wants you to think he did. But did he? If you’ve watched an edit-free video of the speech, you’ll probably notice how a lot of the […]
Some light reading from the guys at Toggl. tldr: Dragons are everywhere. Must. Slay. Them. All!!