Craig Buckler, Nov 20
Are You Targeting Google Dart?
Craig Buckler, Nov 13
What's New in Chrome 31
Chrome 31 has been released. Craig reviews the good, bad and ugly new features.
Craig Buckler, Nov 01
Browser Trends November 2013: Ongoing IE Increases
Craig takes another look at desktop and mobile browser usage charts. The news may be less dramatic this month, but Microsoft continues to make gains.
Craig Buckler, Oct 28
What's New in WordPress 3.7
Craig looks at the new and improved features in WordPress 3.7. You may not notice anything, but your maintenance tasks are about to become easier...
Craig Buckler, Oct 18
IE11: Browser Modes Return
Following an outcry from web developers, browser modes are back in Internet Explorer 11. Just don't use them!
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Oct 11
A Consensus to the Responsive Image Problem?
The W3C is likely to support the image srcset attribute proposal to implement responsive images. Craig's not particularly impressed...
Craig Buckler, Oct 10
Google Web Designer: the Review
Craig looks at Google's new Web Designer for HTML5. Can it live up to its claims? Will it put designers and coders out of a job?
Craig Buckler, Oct 07
What's New in Chrome 30
Craig Buckler, Oct 02
Browser Trends October 2013: IE's Largest Increase Ever?
Craig scrutinizes the monthly desktop and mobile browser usage charts. Are users rediscovering the, er, joys of Internet Explorer?
Craig Buckler, Sep 30
Google and Mozilla Begin Browser Plugin Prohibition
The end is nigh for browser plugins. Both Google and Mozilla are moving toward a native, plugin-less world. Craig looks at the impact for your applications.
Craig Buckler, Sep 27
Fernando Tinoco, Aug 21
A Brand New SitePoint
James Hibbard, Jul 17
Summer Reading List: DesignFestival's 10 Most Popular Articles of 2013
We're midway through the year, and we've assembled a summer reading list composed of our most popular articles of the summer season. The design industry is ever-changing, but these recent hits are still brimming with potential. If you've missed any of our most-read revelations of the summer, make you don't let them pass you by.
James Hibbard, Jul 12
What's New in IE11's Developer Tools
Craig looks at some of the innovative developer tool features coming to ... Internet Explorer. Yes, seriously. Has Microsoft finally created a console which beats the others?
HTML & CSS
James Hibbard, Jul 10
What's New in Chrome 28
Here it is: the first release of Chrome to use Google's Blink rendering engine. You won't be able to spot the differences just yet, though...
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jul 05
The 2013 Award for the Best Browser Goes to…
Craig reports on the latest browser benchmark grand prix at Tom's Hardware and the slightly surprising results.
James Hibbard, Jul 02
Opera 15 is Launched
Opera 15 has been released with a new rendering engine. Craig takes a look at the browser to discover what's new and what's been removed...
Craig Buckler, Jun 26
What's New in Firefox 22
Firefox 22 has been released with a slew of new tools and features. Craig looks at the stuff which will excite web developers everywhere...
Craig Buckler, Jun 17
Google Retires Chrome Frame
Chrome Frame, the plug-in which made IE6, 7 and 8 users think they had a modern browser, is coming to an end. Craig discusses its history and why it's a relief to see the project die.
James Hibbard, Jun 14
12 Free Google Reader Alternatives
Time is running out to find an alternative to Google Reader. Fortunately, Craig has a total of twelve suggestions -- you may even find an option you prefer...
James Hibbard, Jun 07
Google Reader: Time to Plan Your Exit Strategy
If you depend on Google Reader, you have less than one month to pack your data and head elsewhere. Craig provides the tips Google doesn't...
James Hibbard, May 22
What's New in Chrome 27
Chrome 27 will be the last version of the browser to use the Webkit rendering engine. Craig looks at some interesting new features...
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, May 10
Happy 10th Birthday CSS Zen Garden
CSS Zen Garden is ten years old. Craig discusses why the site became a defining moment in web history and the new HTML5 version announced by Dave Shea.
James Hibbard, Apr 29
We're Putting the (MySQL) Band Back Together
The original MySQL developers are back together to work on a rival to Oracle's open source database.