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STAR Apps: A New Generation of Front-End Tooling for Development Workflows

Product teams from AirBnb and New York Times to Shopify and Artsy (among many others) are converging on a new set of best practices and technologies for building the web apps that their businesses depend on. This trend reflects core principles and solve underlying problems that we may share, so it is worth digging deeper.… Read article

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“Old Guard”

Someone asked Chris Ferdinandi what his biggest challenge is as a web developer:

... the thing I struggle the most with right now is determining when something new is going to change the way our industry works for the better, and when it’s just a fad that will fade away in a year or three.

I try to avoid jumping from fad to fad, but I also don’t want to be that old guy who misses out on something that’s

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Museum of Websites

The team at Kapwing has collected a lot of images from the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine and presented a history of how the homepage of popular websites like Google and the New York Times have changed over time. It’s super interesting.

I particularly love how Amazon has evolved from a super high information dense webpage that sort of looks like a blog to basically a giant carousel that takes over the whole screen.… Read article

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Non-Rectangular Headers

Jon Moore documents a trend in which designs opt for non-rectangular headers. Slants, rounded bits, image crops, even weird jagged polygons. I mean c'mon, what kinda site would put a weird jagged polygon as a header? … Read article

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