The goal of Open Web Components is to empower everyone with a powerful and battle-tested setup for sharing open source web components. We try to achieve this by giving a set of recommendations and defaults on how to facilitate your web component project.
Stack Overflow’s annual Developer Survey is the largest and most comprehensive survey of people who code around the world. Each year, Stack Overflow fields a survey covering everything from developers’ favorite technologies to their job preferences.
In this tutorial, Sebastiano Guerriero will take a look at how to create full-width, diagonal sections in CSS using the clip-path property.
Workbox is a set of libraries and Node modules that make it easy to cache assets and take full advantage of features used to build Progressive Web Apps.
Vue CLI is a full system for rapid Vue.js development. Vue CLI aims to be the standard tooling baseline for the Vue ecosystem. It ensures the various build tools work smoothly together with sensible defaults so you can focus on writing your app instead of spending days wrangling with configurations.
This post is a translation by Chen Hui Jing of Yuan Chuan's talk at CSSConf. It explains with a lot of examples and code snippets how to make artistic creations with CSS.
In this podcast, Jen Simmons speaks with world experts on changing technologies and the future of the web.
A complete open source analytics platform: frontend SDKs and API backed by a fully managed analytics infrastructure.
Draxt is an open-source utility module for selecting and manipulating filesystem objects in a Node.js environment. It uses glob patterns as its "selector engine" to select filesytem objects (files, directories, ...).
A README is a reflection of how a repository is maintained. A good one doesn't necessarily mean an active, bug-free project with perfect tests. But it suggests that the owner cares about you, the user (or future maintainer). Written by Andrew Healey
RSSHub is a lightweight and extensible RSS feed aggregator, it's able to generate feeds from pretty much everything.
This is a guide made by Frontend Masters that everyone can use to learn about the practice of front-end development. It broadly outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2019.
This role will support the maintenance of several websites hosting editorially independent online publications covering research in autism, data and life sciences, mathematics and physics, as well as sites providing information about the foundation’s support of basic and applied research.
At Keybase, we are building apps on all platforms: iOS, Android, macOS, Linux, and Windows, using these web technologies: Electron & React - desktop apps, React Native - mobile apps, CSS/HTML/JS/a bit of old CoffeeScript. You'll be building interfaces on all of these platforms. It will be a lot of fun.
At Devoxx, diverse, local and global talent introduce the newest and most vital content from the development world, with a range of sessions.
Build Stuff is a Software Development Conference created for developers, team leaders, software architects and technical project managers. As we focus on exceptional topics that are delivered by experienced speakers, international visibility of Build Stuff has grown remarkably. Our conference draws world-famous developers, researchers, practitioners and opinion leaders.
Flare is a powerful design and animation tool, which allows designers and developers to easily add high-quality animation to their apps and games.
VSCodium is a fork of VSCode. This project’s sole aim is to provide you with ready to use binaries without Microsoft’s telemetry code. Hell yes, Microsoft is Microsoft! ;-)
Remix Icon is a set of open source neutral style system symbols elaborately crafted for designers and developers. All of the icons are free to use for both personal and commercial.
Whalebird is a Mastodon and Pleroma client for desktop application.
Netdata is distributed, real-time, performance and health monitoring for systems and applications. It is a highly optimized monitoring agent you install on all your systems and containers.
Keybase is a new and free security app for mobile phones and computers. Imagine a Slack for the whole world, except end-to-end encrypted across all your devices. Or a Team Dropbox where the server can't leak your files or be hacked.
Giving your users a way to customise the interface to their preference is a huge win for user experience. In this post, Ananya Neogi shows us how to implement a simple switch to toggle between dark mode and light mode.
Erxes is a marketing, sales, and customer service platform designed to help your business attract more engaged customers. Erxes is open source but has also a cloud offer based on paid subscriptions.
Imagine the productivity boost of being able to locally test your site generator, API integrations, serverless functions, and edge rules, all in a single development server. That’s Netlify Dev: a powerful way to build and test modern web apps on your local machine.
HumHub is a free social network software and framework built to give you the tools to make teamwork easy and successful.
ILIAS is a powerful learning management system that fulfils all your requirements. Using its integrated tools, small and large businesses, universities, schools and public authorities are able to create tailored, individual learning scenarios.
“Disco Dingo” is the new nickname of Ubuntu scheduled for April 18, 2019. Wondering what to expect in Ubuntu 19.04? Check this post out!
Thomas Guenther describes in this article Medium his experience in redesigning a site under the CMS Kirby 3.
FullStack 2019 conference launches in New York City for its first edition abroad following the success of FullStack London. Join us and learn from the foremost experts in the js, node and IoT fields.
A conference for every React developer where women take the stage. ReactJS Girls is a non-profit one-day conference and one-day workshop for every React developer, where women will take the stage.
Let's build your first Chrome extension with John Hotterbeekx. In this post, John shows you how to build a Chrome extension with a concrete example and code snippets.
You want to start a podcast but don't know which microphone to choose, or you are a beginner web developer and wonder which IDE is best? Check this list of /uses pages that detail apps and gear used by professional web developers.
The Mozilla IT Service Engineering group is looking for an exceptional frontend engineer, with a strong collaborative streak, to join a new team focused on providing development resources across a number of different projects.
Podlove Web Player is a HTML5 based web player for audio and video media files that is optimized and extended for the specific needs of podcasters. This player is the integrated player for the Podlove Podcast Publisher but can be used independent from it.
Is Flatpak the future of apps on Linux? Flatpak is a next-generation technology for building and distributing desktop applications on Linux
Indigo is a modular HTML5 video player written in TypeScript. It is highly extensible and use modern technologies: handles MPEG-Dash / HLS / MPEG-4 built on top of the HTML5 video element, React based UI, advertisement support for both Google DFP aswell as FreeWheel, subtitles (webvtt), picture-in-Picture mode, thumbnails.
This free course is designed for anybody who wants to use the Moodle learning platform for teaching, whether it be in a school, a university, a company or just personal interest!
Vuelidate is a simple and lightweight model-based validation for Vue.js 2.0
Editor.js is a block-styled editor for rich media stories. It outputs clean data in JSON instead of heavy HTML-markup. And more important thing is that Editor.js is designed to be API extendable and pluggable.
Building accessible applications or websites is not the norm today. This is because the idea of accessibility is known to most developers, while in actual sense it is often neglected and not a common practice today in the world of web development. Post written by Egwuenu Gift.
This release starts Django’s use of a loose form of semantic versioning, but there aren’t any major backwards incompatible changes (except that support for Python 2.7 is removed) that might be expected of a 2.0 release. Upgrading should be a similar amount of effort as past feature releases.
Plug and Play is looking for a Junior Stack Web Developer with one or more years experience to work on internal and client facing web platform projects. Plug and Play offers an exciting, forward-looking Silicon Valley style environment, working with some of the biggest corporations and most innovative startups in the world.