Top picks — 2017 April

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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Make some magic with CSS blend modes

Remember the bloody wars between web designers and front-end developers about blend modes? Those times are over — thanks to the power of CSS!

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Native ECMAScript modules in the browser

Javascript modules have been a part of the spec for a little while now but it's taken some time to see the first implementation in a web browser. Finally, we have it!

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Top picks — 2017 March

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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Fluent interfaces explained

Imagine a program that is written like a sentence instead of a series of separated command blocks — the technique of method chaining is the answer.

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Top picks — 2017 February

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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My setup — 2017 February

Which hardware, software and web apps other professionals are using is something that I enjoy reading about. Today's post is about my own setup from February 2017.

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Top picks — 2017 January

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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What's new in ECMAScript 2017

Introduced in 2015, the ECMAScript annual release plan aims to add to the language any proposals that are ready at the time of the TC39 meeting. Here's what's new in ES2017.

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Using the JavaScript console in Visual Studio Code

The JavaScript console in the browser is one of the most popular debugging methods. It would be cool to see its output straight in the code editor, wouldn't it?

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