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News

Context: frontend-dev-bookmarks / Ecosystem

Websites & newsletters which provide daily and weekly news related to frontend web development.

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  • A Drip of JavaScript: One quick JavaScript tip, delivered to your inbox every other week.
  • CSS Weekly: Weekly E-Mail roundup of CSS articles, tutorials, experiments and tools curated by Zoran Jambor.
  • Deterministic: A weekly digest of interesting news and articles covering functional programming for the web, especially on the front end.
  • Frontend Dev Weekly: Front-end developer news, tools and inspiration hand-picked each week.
  • HTML5 Bookmarks: Daily bookmarks of HTML5 related resources.
  • HTML5 Weekly: A once–weekly HTML5 and Web Platform technology roundup. CSS 3, Canvas, WebSockets, WebGL, Native Client, and more.
  • JavaScript Weekly: A free, once–weekly e-mail round-up of JavaScript news and articles.
  • Ng-Newsletter: The free, weekly newsletter of the best AngularJS content on the web.
  • Responsive Design Newsletter: A free, once–weekly round-up of responsive design articles, tools, tips, tutorials and inspirational links.
  • WDRL: A handcrafted, carefully selected list of web development related resources. Curated and published usually every week.
  • Web Design Weekly: A once a week email with no spam, no rambling. Just pure awesome links to the best news and articles to hit the interweb during the week.
  • Web Platform Daily: Daily digest of web development news.
  • Web Tools Weekly: Web Tools Weekly is a front-end development and web design newsletter with a focus on tools.
  • echo.js: Echo JS is a community-driven news site entirely focused on JavaScript development, HTML5, and front-end news.

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