Tim Berners-Lee introduces Solid, an open-source project to restore the power and agency of individuals on the web.
Divi is powered by the Divi Builder, an insanely fast and incredibly intuitive front end editor like nothing you have seen before. It will change the way you build websites forever.
Evan You provides an in-depth overview of what’s coming in the next major version of Vue.
A great article by Jared M. Spool on the importance of a holistic view on content and design.
Zipsell is a free, open source and self-hosted platform for selling digital downloads.
Slang is a simple audio programming language that was created to explore implementing a programming language entirely in the browser. By Kyle Stetz.
A great article by Jonas Naimark where he shares some tips and tricks for motion design.
Joe Toscano explains why changing the way privacy is handled is critical to the success of businesses.
A simple CMS that integrates directly with Google Drive so that you can create a blog with Google Docs only.
Read about sqlfmt, an online tool for beautifully formatting SQL statements. By Matt Jibson.
Rachel Andrew writes about her involvement with the CSS Working Group, and why she feels it is important that web developers understand what is being worked on in CSS, and have a way to offer feedback.
Read how the Fluent Design System was implemented across Microsoft Azure to improve usability, consistency, and accessibility for a highly complex and evolving cloud. By Joe Hallock and Leon Welicki.
An interesting read by Johannes Neumeier on the font creation process.
An interesting article on Pi-hole and how to use it to block nasty domains and ads.
Skip is an experimental programming language developed at Facebook from 2015-2018.
More relevant than ever, in case you didn’t know about it: Modifications to Google Chromium for removing Google integration and enhancing privacy, control, and transparency.