A website launch is an exciting and anxious event. It’s the culmination of weeks, months or years worth of hard work. And a website launch checklist helps you keep that event on the rails.
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Discover why front-end performance matters, how to measure your web application performance, and what tools you should use to collect these relevant metrics.
A detailed overview of what makes up Progressive Web Apps, their benefits, and why you should be looking at them. Links out to plenty of handy resources too.
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We shouldn’t still be having this conversation, but here we are. On Monday, Microsoft warned users of its once beloved Internet Explorer that a critical vulnerability in the browser allows malicious actors to hijack the computers of those running the outdated program. In other words, if you still use Internet Explorer, you should really stop.…
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If you’re a front-end developer, you’re probably wondering what the hype is around ‘serverless’. The term is a bit misleading: it still involves servers. Chris Coyier breaks it down with everything you need to know about running your code on a cloud of your choice — with a list of resources, services, and ideas on how to test the waters on all things serverless.
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