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FrontEnd Focus

formerly HTML5 Weekly

Paul Kinlan
Some creative (and fascinating) thinking about the future of the Web and how it might not require a browser at all. If you want to be challenged by your thoughts over what the Web is, read this.


Ana Tudor
An incredibly thorough tutorial covering reflections with CSS and building a specific effect based on them. Packed with code and demos.


Stefan Baumgartner
Static site generators have been in fashion for a while now, but how well can they cope with team development, thousands of pages, or other real world scenarios?


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Brian Holt (Netflix) tackles some big topics in just five hours: Algorithms and Big O Analysis, Recursion, Sorting, Data Structures and Functional Programming.

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Kenan Yusuf
A look at your options of giving the user the impression that content is loading, be it via progress indicators, placeholder layouts or lazy loading.


Nick Babich
Practical recommendations crafted from usability testing, field testing, eye tracking and complaints from disgruntled users.


Alex Hern
Battery status indicators are being used to track devices, say researchers from Princeton University.


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