In incubation since 2018, the Apache Software Foundation's ECharts project has been elevated to top-level status. The project, which provides commercial-grade data visual elements, is already in use at Amazon, Intel and others.
Is there room for another server-side browser UI builder? Chris McCord reportedly thinks so. His goal for the Phoenix LiveView framework he created is not to get rid of single-page applications, but to make them unnecessary for most situations.
For those who've wondered what really goes on inside a web browser, this Google "drawsplainer" lays it bare. The multi-part series examines the browser's inner workings in simple language and intuitive animations and illustrations.
Some websites go to great lengths to present a relevant favicon in their browser tabs, while others seem content to let the browser decide. For organizations in the former category, here are some techniques to ensure a favicon that adapts to site content.
By now, most people not living in caves have either played the popular Wordle word-guessing game, or at least seen player results posted on social media. Here's a peek behind the scenes at one of the world's latest viral sensations.
When designing a new software product, knowing too little about its users risks total project failure. Yet spending too much time on research adds risks of other kinds. Here's how to identify signs of each to help mitigate those risks.