Frontend Fuel - Issue 23


China releases its first ‘fully homegrown’ browser, which turns out to be Google Chrome.

NPM have released three new security features to help protect users.

There’s been progress on native lazy-loading of images and iframes coming to the web platform.

General Reading

Article around making legacy sites more performant by using modern frontend techniques.

Progressive enhancement and the concept of ‘minimum viable experience’ is still relevant on todays web.

Great article giving an overview of the service worker and how it can be used.

Blog post from Remy Sharp about his current CLI setup.

A blog post that examines the new WCAG 2.1 standard level by level, starting with Level A.


Learn how to write and run tests for your JavaScript using Mocha.

A primer to frontend automation testing.

Short video on how to speed up console logging in VSCode [4 mins].


Web performance made easy from Google I/O 2018 [41 mins].


New book from Dr. Axel Rauschmayer offering a modern view to JavaScript that is as consistent as possible.


A tool that helps designers and developers test entire color systems for contrast and accessibility.

Webhint is a linting tool that will help you with your site’s accessibility, speed, security.


Nostalgia alert: Windows 2000 compiled to WebAssembly running in the browser.

Now you can build your own Mars rover using code NASA JPL has open sourced on GitHub.!/home

Code on GitHub for the Mars rover.


State of the Browser / September 8th / London.

InteractConf / October 17th / London.

View Source Conference / 26th October / London.

FFConf / November 8 & 9th / Brighton.

You Got This! / January 19th 2019 / London.


Making games better for gamers with colourblindness & low vision by designing for disability [14 mins].