The DebugMe team collected eleven cool sites for you if you have even the slightest interest in front end web development blogs. Browse our list and you should find at least one new front end web developer blog. Did we left out your favorite site? Just drop us a tweet or a comment. So without further ado some of the very best front end web developer blogs below.
Our blogger is a freelance front end web developer from Germany with the goal of building fast, responsive websites which work today and in the future — on every device possible, be it a laptop, smartphone, tv or fridge.
Rebecca Murphy’s JS development blog. She have spoken at dozens of conferences focused on front end development, including Front-End Ops Conf 2014, multiple jQuery Conferences, JSConf US 2013, JSConf US 2011, JSConf EU 2010, FrontTrends 2012, Fronteers 2012, and many others. Great blog for every front end web developer also from a great front end web developer.
Based in the UK, somewhere near Manchester, David designs & builds websites and of course blogs about them. He specialised in web design and front end web development but his experience and knowledge covers a whole lot more.
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Addy does not need no introduction so just a quote from his blog “If you’re a front end web developer wishing to learn something new, regardless of skill-level, remember that as important as it is to read, it’s equally as important to get out there and *do*.”
Cedric Dugas writes and shares his opinion about user experience design, front end web development & product management related topics. Position Absolute is a really insightful, very well written web developer blog.
HTML Center is go to online resource for many practical tutorials and articles related to front end web development and mobile development. They’re constantly featuring new writers, so if you happen to make a cool tutorial, just ping them.
Developer Drive is a blog about web development from the makers of the popular web design blog WebdesignerDepot.com. And it is equally awesome, so if you are looking for a fresh front end web developer blog, look no further.
Amber is a freelancer specialized in front end development, WordPress, and responsive development for several years now, and she always enjoys a good coding challenge. Start reading her blog. You can thank us later.
Believe it or not, it is about CSS tricks. But! Over the years, despite the hokey name, CSS-Tricks has come to become a site about all things web design and web development.
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