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  • New Goodies

  • Getting Started with SVG

    Learn more about how to create and use Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), and the pros and cons of using them.

  • Creating a Better Environment in Web-based VR Using A-Frame

    Learn how you can create an entity and put it into a variety of virtual worlds using A-Frame, with about a dozen lines of code, The listing presented in this article can be run on most modern desktop browsers as well as on VR equipment.

  • Web Design Trends to Watch in 2020

    Explore some interesting trends in machine learning, automation and design, along with methodologies such as speculative design.

  • Getting Started with Deno

    Diogo Souza takes you on dive into the universe of Node.js competitor Deno.

  • Create a 2020 Calendar Using CSS

    Learn how to build an easy calendar for your site using CSS and HTML.

  • First Steps with Progressive Web Apps

    Diogo Souza takes you through a dive into the details of what Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are and how you can benefit from them.

  • 5 Tools for Creating Amazing HTML5 Banners

    There are many tools available for creating banner ads that are based on HTML5, which has become a standard for online advertising. Check out a few of them if you need help upping your ad banner game.

  • Beautify Your Site with CSS Styling Buttons

    Every web user has encountered buttons on web pages and in forms. Most are fairly unremarkable, but with buttons styled with CSS, you can create beautiful websites.

  • 10 Tools for Building and Styling Tables

    There are multiple ways to be able to visualize your data, using interactive charts or by designing interesting infographics. Everything depends on how you want to present the data in the table. This article explores plugins, scripts and tools, through which, you can create a variety of tables to display data as beautifully as possible.

  • Ways to Optimize HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for Increased Site Load Speed

    Ecommerce is increasingly becoming the preferred method of shopping around the world. As of 2019, global ecommerce sales stood at $3.5 trillion, and that number is expected rise to $4.9 trillion by 2021. Madan Pariyar walks you though some ideas regarding how to improve your site's loading speed to keep visitors happy and willing to return.

  • 5 Tips for Creating Cleaner JavaScript Code

    Explore how you can improve the quality of your JavaScript code with these 5 tips.

  • A Dozen Microsoft APIs for Web Developers

    Knowing what APIs are available can reduce the amount of coding you need to do for your websites. Learn about a dozen APIs that Microsoft provides via its Cognitive Services!

  • Brief Introduction to Functional CSS

    Diogo Souza walks you through a brief introduction to the concept of Functional CSS.

  • Using the CSS Overflow Property

    When the content of your element is too large to fit in the block formatting, see what the CSS overflow property can do to help.

  • Ten Microsoft Bing APIs for Web Developers

    Learn about the Bing APIs that are available for you to use on your web sites and apps. From searching to maps to speech, these APIs make your development easier! Read on!

  • CSS Guide to Creating Innovative Web Layouts

    Madan Pariyar walks you through some useful CSS tricks that will help you create professional looking, yet out-of-the-box layouts for your website.

  • Creating Your Own Memes

    Memes are everywhere! Learn to quickly and easily create your own memes for your sites or for social media, using freely available tools!

  • 10 Front-end Web Development Tools for 2020

    Web development is evolving very quickly, with many libraries and frameworks appearing and replacing other, less efficient, tools. Using the 10 front-end web development tools outlined here, developers can improve their skillset and build applications and websites in no time.

  • Featured Goodies

  • A Designer's Guide to Getting Started with Web Development

    Your design options may be limited due to lack of technical skill. Designers who are capable of efficiently collaborating with developers will be able to open the doors to rewarding projects and lots of development in the future.

  • Exploring Online Webmaster Tools

    One of the most exciting developments of the Web is the emergence of online tools. There is even a category of web tools that caters specifically to webmasters. Rob Gravelle examines the role of the webmaster and presents a few sites that provide useful tools.

  • Top HTML5 Features: Simplified Script Tags, Autofocus, and More

    In part 2 of the Top HTML5 Features series, Rob Gravelle presents a few more great additions to the HTML spec, including simplified script and link tags, the autofocus feature, and more.

  • Revolutionary HTML5 Online Website Generation Tools: SILEX, Weebly, and Wix

    Online "no code" website generation tools can be accessed from any device, where ever you are, and that they enable you to create a great site without needing a lot of programming or coding knowledge. Rob Gravelle presents three of the most popular: SILEX, Weebly, and Wix.

  • HTML6 Proposals Wishlist

    Earlier this year, people started getting excited about some of the proposals for HTML6 that were being tossed around. Rob Gravelle highlights some of the more interesting ones.

  • Top HTML5 Features: DOCTYPE, FIGURE, and Form Enhancements

    HTML5 has been around long enough for us to take a close look at what its original intent was and if it has met the challenge.

  • HTML5 Coding Methodologies

    In order to develop in a smarter and better way, we should adopt a set of coding methodologies that foster a smoother development life cycle. Rob Gravelle explores a few of the latest coding methodologies that have found their way into web developers' arsenal.

  • Beyond HTML

  • Getting Started with SVG

    Learn more about how to create and use Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), and the pros and cons of using them.

  • Creating a Better Environment in Web-based VR Using A-Frame

    Learn how you can create an entity and put it into a variety of virtual worlds using A-Frame, with about a dozen lines of code, The listing presented in this article can be run on most modern desktop browsers as well as on VR equipment.

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