Five Frontend Things Friday #14

Here are five things in the Frontend Engineering world, that I found interesting…

  1. Ten Things A Serious JavaScript Developer Should Learn - From Ben McCormick’s blog. He tackles this question posted originally on a Reddit thread. These all are great suggestions. I especially like #10. ;)

  2. 10 guidelines to improve your web accessibility - The folks at Aerolab on their development blog talk about 10 guidelines to make sure your site is accessible. I think that more developers should take a look at accessibility and ensure they’re taking it seriously. What are our websites if not everyone can read/interact with them correctly?

  3. Understanding Service Workers - From Adnan Chowdhury’s blog, a good intro to Service Workers, and how you can implement them in your Ember.js app.

  4. D3 in Depth - From Peter Cook’s site, “D3 in Depth aims to bridge the gap between introductory tutorials/books and the official documentation. It focuses on version 4 of D3.” A good overview of some of the concepts in D3.

  5. The Road to Modern JavaScript - From Rui Figueiredo’s blog, “In this blog post I tried to describe how I perceived JavaScript to evolve into what it is today.” Nice overview of how we got to ES6 Modules today.

Keep Rising,

Kevin B. Ridgway

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