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How Do You Remove Unused CSS From a Site?

Here's what I'd like you to know upfront: this is a hard problem. If you've landed here because you're hoping to be pointed at a tool you can run that tells you exactly what CSS you can delete from your project, well... there are tools out there, but I'm warning you to be very careful with them because none of them can ever tell you the complete story..

CSS-Tricks:

Six Months Using Firebase Web Performance Monitoring

I don't really think of Firebase as a performance monitoring tool (all I ever think about is auth and real-time data storage), but nevertheless, it totally has that feature.

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Mozilla Security Blog:

Updates to the Mozilla Web Security Bounty Program

Mozilla was one of the first companies to establish a bug bounty program and we continually adjust it so that it stays as relevant now as it always has been. To celebrate the 15 years of the 1.0 release of … Continue reading

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DigitalOcean Tutorials:

How to Set Up a Scalable Laravel 6 Application using Managed Databases and Object Storage

Introduction

When scaling web applications horizontally, the first difficulties you’ll typically face are dealing with file storage and data persistence. This is mainly due to the fact that it is hard to maintain consistency of variable data between multiple application nodes; appropriate strategies must be in place to make sure data created in one node is immediately available to other nodes in a cluster.

A practical way of sol..

CSS-Tricks:

The Tools are Here

Heading into 2020, it occurs to me that I've now been making websites for 20 years. Looking back on that time, it seems as though our practices have been in near-constant churn, and that our progress did not always seem linear. But ultimately, even the missteps and tangents along the way have contributed to a pattern of refinement, and now for the first time, it feels like we'll have a standard pattern for most of the technical challenges we f..

The State of Security:

Macy’s Says Security Incident Might Have Exposed Customers’ Data

Macy’s is notifying customers about a data security incident that might have exposed some of their personal and financial information. The American department chain store said that it first learned of the incident back in mid-October. At that time, Macy’s security teams launched an investigation into a suspicious connection between macys.com and another website. They […]… 

The State of Security:

Ransomware Strikes Again in the State of Louisiana

Ransomware hit Louisiana's state government hard yesterday, shutting down multiple websites and email systems after it fell victim for the second time in just a few months to a ransomware attack.

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The State of Security:

Security for Cloud Services: SaaS Deep Dive

As business adoption of cloud services continues to grow at a rapid pace, so does the need to adapt security methods to accommodate the myriad of options. Traditional best practices often still provide a solid foundation from which to build on, but depending upon the technologies you opt to migrate to the cloud, different challenges […]… 

CSS-Tricks:

Teaching CSS

I've been using CSS as a web developer since CSS became something we could actually use. My first websites were built using <font> tags and <table>s for layout. I remember arguments about whether this whole CSS thing was a good idea at all. I was quickly convinced, mostly due to the ability to easily change the font on an entire site in one place. Managing common styles was so useful at a time when most websites were just a ..

DigitalOcean Tutorials:

Imperative vs. Declarative Kubernetes Management: A DigitalOcean Comic

This comic compares imperative and declarative Kubernetes management. If you would like to learn more about Kubernetes, please check our our Kubernetes Course for Full-Stack Developers.

Amazon Web Services Blog:

CloudFormation Update – CLI + Third-Party Resource Support + Registry

CloudFormation was launched in 2011 (AWS CloudFormation – Create Your AWS Stack From a Recipe) and has become an indispensable tool for many AWS customers. They love the fact that they can define a template once and then use it to reliably provision their AWS resources. They also make frequent use of Change Sets, and […]

Amazon Web Services Blog:

Announcing Firelens – A New Way to Manage Container Logs

Today, the fantastic team that builds our container services at AWS have launched an excellent new tool called that will make dealing with logs a whole lot easier. Using , customers can direct container logs to storage and analytics tools without modifying deployment scripts, manually installing extra software or writing additional code. With a few […]

CSS-Tricks:

The Communal Cycle of Sharing

What I'm interested in this year is how we're continuing to expand on tools, services, and shared side projects to collectively guide where we take the web next, and the way we're sharing that.

So many other mediums—mostly analog ones—have been around for ages and have a deeper history. In the grand scheme of things, the web, and thus the job of building for it, are still pretty new. We talk about open source and licenses, the..

CSS-Tricks:

The Best Cocktail in Town

I admit I've held in a lot of pent-up frustration about the direction web development has taken the past few years. There is the complexity. It requires a steep learning curve. It focuses more on mo..

Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog:

Creating UI Extensions for WebThings Gateway

Version 0.10 of Mozilla’s WebThings Gateway brings support for extension-type add-ons. Released last week, this powerful new capability lets developers modify the user interface (UI) to their liking with JavaScript and CSS. We also provide libraries for writing UI extensions in Python or node.js if you prefer. Let us know what you build!

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