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.
Web-oriented databases, frameworks like Nuxt and Next.js, and even frameworkless approaches are evolving the Jamstack, but the core principles are more powerful than ever.
Check out the WebPageTest API, a neat tool for developers to test literally anything and everything!
SiteGround are running a discount where you can get a hosting account for up to 62% off. With the basic plan, that’s only $6.99 a month!
Looking for an effective way to monitor your core web vitals? Try Raygun! It's error and performance monitoring software that lets you watch the performance of your site over time.
No matter how experienced you are, mistakes are an inevitable part of software development. But we can learn to repair them! And this is what we’ll be looking at in this two-part series: how to undo mistakes using Git.
NUMMI, a joint partnership between GM and Toyota, offers lessons in teamwork, leadership, and quality control.
When dealing with themes for large platforms and CMS, legacy issues often become a bottleneck. In this article, Carson Shold discusses how his team improved the performance and organization of their Shopify themes, and improved maintainability along the way.
In this article we’ll see how to build forms using plain React, with no libraries. You’ll learn how forms really work, so you can confidently build them yourself. And if later you choose to add a form library, you’ll know how they work under the hood.
In this article, we will learn how to build a WYSIWYG/Rich-Text Editor that supports rich text, images, links and some nuanced features from word processing apps. SlateJS is used to build the shell of the editor and then add a toolbar and custom configurations.
In this article, we’re going to see how to add glowing effects to text. We’ll also take a look at various ways to animate the neon signs, all using CSS and keyframes.
Calendly’s recent rebrand is a fine example of UX; mastering the customer journey, from the initial website greeting through to the ongoing product usage.
Google’s Core Web Vitals initiative has taken the SEO and Web Performance worlds by storm and many sites are busy optimizing their Page Experience to maximize the ranking factor. The Cumulative Layout Shift metric is causing trouble to a lot of sites, so let’s have a look at ways of addressing any issues for that metric.
Testing is one of those things that you either get super excited about or kinda close your eyes and walk away. Whichever camp you fall into, this article will show you that front-end testing is for everyone.