There are many ways to implement real-time updates to a web browser. Server-Sent Events (SSE) is a simple way to push updates to the browser.
Have you been playing around with Boosts 2.0 but want more out of it? This tutorial will teach you some simple CSS to get you started.
As you test a story, how can you deliberately change up your routine? Here are a few ways to randomize testing.
Arc Browser offers features that are great for someone glued to their computer all the time, and as a bonus, they enhance my product demos.
I think it would benefit front-end developers to check out the awesome features of Firefox Developer Edition such as the Fonts and Compatibility Tabs.
The Public Suffix List is a piece of modern browser security comprised of a simple text file stored in a public repository, operated by volunteers.
I try to maintain a work-life balance by separating tools like my browser and terminal. I hope these tips help you keep an organized and balanced desktop.