Louis Lazaris has discovered a slew of new tools for front-end developers. In this end-of-year post, he lists some of his favorite finds of 2015.
Have you ever heard of a HTML document outline? It's been nearly forgotten since HTML5, but it means a more accessibility and better semantic structure.
Louis Lazaris looks at different, little-known DOM manipulation techniques that you may not have seen or used before, with a focus on parent/sibling/child.
Alexis Ulrich takes a dive into a new page speed initiative by Google: Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP.
If you're looking to brush up on a specific front-end technology, Louis Lazaris has another 20 learning resources you can choose from.
The ECMAScript spec has moved to GitHub but one of the more interesting features is the fact that the document is built with custom HTML called Ecmarkup.
A post Q&A chat with Guilherme Müller; a full stack developer and SitePoint Premium teacher.
Omar Wraikat has another take on the checkbox hack, building a simple style switcher using the :checked pseudo-class along with CSS's sibling selectors.
Louis Lazaris with the latest installment of learning tools and resources for front-end developers.
Browser repaints and reflows are expensive and affect your application's performance. Craig provides ten tips to help improve responsiveness.
HTML5's Local Storage API has fantastic browser support and there are plenty of neat little tools and utilities that ease its use, 9 of which are examined here.