10 useful web development newsletters
During those times of coronavirus were most of us are working remotely there are much less social interactions. The thing is that for many developers staying up to date with the latest dev news is important.
We get that, learning is important but the daily routine sometimes doesn’t allow us the time to find high-quality content. Newsletters are one good way to get curated content with almost no hassle.
Daily is a community of developers getting together around discovering and exploring dev news. That is why we thought to gather some useful resources for you.
Here are 10 web development newsletters that we love:
A handy newsletter with useful techniques on front-end and UX made by The Smashing Magazine.
There are lots of ways to stay up to date with CSS-Tricks but not many know that they also run an awesome newsletter that keeps you updated about front-end design and development overall.
A newsletter with a nice twist. Dev Tips will send out a developer tip, in the form of a gif, in your inbox each week. Bite-size dev news. We love it.
This one is a weekly e-mail roundup of css articles, tutorials, experiments and tools curated by Zoran Jambor.
A weekly newsletter of the best articles on startups, technology, programming, and more. All links are curated by hand from Hacker News. This is not a hardcore coding newsletter, but it’s nice to keep track of the bigger picture as well.
Isn’t is a brilliant name for a newsletter? Exactly what we care about, saving time and being efficient. TLDR will deliver you a daily newsletter with links and TLDRs of the most interesting stories in tech, science, and coding.
They describe themselves as a reading club for software developers. Sounds neat, but wait until you get their curated content. These guys are serious.
Pony Foo Weekly
Pony Foo Weekly is a newsletter discussing interesting and trending topics around the web platform.
Morning Cup of Coding
Morning Cup of Coding is a daily programming newsletter featuring long-form technical articles of all fields of software engineering. Written and curated manually. Make sure to check this one out.
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