The web is just a marvel of a platform. So unique. So empowering. It’s easy to just fall into the trap of “what can the web do for me, for my business, for my customers”. Some times it’s worth taking a step back and ask yourself: What can I do for the web? (signalvnoise.com)
Based on lots of written developer sentiments, interviews and in-person discussions, Chris Coyier has put together a great blog post that captures the current state of peoples thinking and where we are heading. (css-tricks.com)
A look into the various data points collected during video playback and how that are leveraged to drive powerful improvements in video performance. (engineering.linkedin.com)
Tree shaking is a method of optimising code bundles by eliminating any code from the final file that isn’t actually being used. Ire Aderinokun explains in great detail. (bitsofco.de)
Tools / Resources
A repository containing the frontend and backend for running Lighthouse in CI and integration with Github Pull Requests. (github.com)
Test drive programming fonts online in your browser. (programmingfonts.org)
The web engineering team is responsible for all things unsplash. We use modern and well-supported tools to build the best possible version of our product and we need help. (unsplash.com)
We’re looking for an experienced frontend developer with expertise in Liquid and an eye for design. This would be an ideal fit for someone with 5+ years of professional experience and 2+ years of Shopify/Liquid experience. (lucid.nz)
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