An individual web page now exceeds 2.2MB. Are pages 16% better than in 2014 or have developers and site owners unconsciously created an obesity epidemic?
Firefox remains the only mainstream open source browser but is losing ground to the all-dominant Google Chrome. Can Mozilla fight back?
Donald Dragoti looks at some of the special features of the new Vivaldi browser, and why you might consider making the switch.
You may distrust Google or detest Chrome but they've implemented a successful lock-in policy which makes it difficult to switch to another browser.
Microsoft's David Voyles outlines his list of favorite Chrome extensions, including The Great Suspender, Pocket and Feedly.
It's all change in the desktop and mobile browser chart. One of the biggest casualties is Safari. Can Apple respond? Do they care?
Forgive the geeky title pun, but Craig looks at Edge's first full month in the browser chart. Can it supersede IE quickly and painlessly? Nah, probably not.
Elio Qoshi reviews Firefox 40's new performance tools, optimizations for Windows 10, malware protection and add-on signing.
Craig reviews Microsoft's new browser, Edge. Will it help the company move beyond the tainted Internet Explorer brand?
Craig takes another look at the browser chart. Chrome is now used by more than more than half of desktop web users and mobile usage has rocketed.
In this short video I go over a feature in chrome developer tools that's rarely used, but can deliver great insight when doing a performance audit.
In this video I'll be reviewing a websites CSS rules to improve site performance with cssstats.com.
In this video I'll walk through webpagetest.org, explaining what to look for when evaluating a site for performance.
Craig takes his monthly look at the browser chart. Can Chrome reach one in two web users? Has mobile usage increased again? Has Safari become the new IE?
Craig takes his regular look at the browser chart. Chrome may have won the war but the battle for second place between Firefox and IE has just begun.
Craig takes his monthly look at the web browser chart and discusses the official name and logo for Microsoft's Spartan project.
Ashraff Hathibelagal assesses various features and performance metrics of Microsoft's new browser, Microsoft Edge
Maelstrom is Bittorrent's ambitious project which allows users to load websites via torrent magnet links - decentralized, free hosting for everyone!
Microsoft's Rey Bango explains how to test for Internet Explorer using the devices you have, from Android to iOS to Mac OS X.
Google launched the WebP image format back in 2010 to speed up the web. How does it work? Can you use it? Should you use it? Tanay answers your questions.
Not every amazing service on the web requires a sign-up or a download. Zack Wallace details a host of useful services you can use once and forget.
The write code, switch to browser, hit refresh and repeat ritual is over. BrowserSync 2.0 will revolutionize your workflow.
Vivaldi is a new browser developed by ex-Opera employees. Craig reviews the features and concludes it's what Opera 15+ should have been.
Following bizarre US IE8 usage patterns in 2014, the browser market returned to normal. Chrome had a small increase but Opera is also attracting attention.
Elio Qoshi takes a look at the latest version of Firefox, version 36, and the new developer goodies, including support for better Android debugging
IE8 usage in the USA trebled during December 2014. Craig has analyzed the latest StatCounter numbers to discover whether the hike continued into the new year.
Spartan is Microsoft's attempt to break free from Internet Explorer's tainted legacy. Craig discusses how it could help Microsoft, users and web developers.
Moziila released Firefox 35 on January 13, 2015. Few users will notice many changes but that's because all the new features are for web developers. Craig takes a look.