Frontend News aims to keep you updated with what's happening in the world of web dev! With the latest news and resources from the design & development community.
This article contains a brief introduction to Lighthouse, discusses the advantages of running it programmatically, and walks through a basic configuration.
This week is the 14th birthday of Smashing Magazine. This article takes a look back at some memories from this year and previous years — with the help of the team and some Smashing friends.
In this article we'll build a blog, step by step, using Next.js and MDX. Finally, we’ll cover why you would opt for Next.js instead of “vanilla” React and alternatives such as Gatsby.
In this article, we'll take a look at the concept of perspective, starting with the very basics, as we work up to a fully animated 3D cube.
Nuxt and Ant Design work well together, in part because of Nuxt’s code-splitting and tree-shaking abilities, not to mention Nuxt’s new static target deployment option. Combining the two can be a little tricky, so what follows are the steps you need to set it up!
Choosing what CMS to use in your next development project is a critical decision for any business, large or small. In this guide, we’re going to run through the potential of Craft CMS.
In this article, we will learn how to write automated tests on web APIs with Postman. In order to follow along to this tutorial, you’ll need at least a fair amount of familiarity with Postman.
Thanks to the wide support of the prefers-reduced-motion-media feature, we now have more advanced ways to design motion that can be creative and innovative while also being safer for those with motion sensitivities. This article is all about the how and why of making that happen.
David Dylan Thomas stops by to talk about his new book, Design for Cognitive Bias, recently published by A Book Apart.
A neat little article, taking a look at how to best manage multiple terminal windows.