This is my first newsletter ever, and you’re one of my first subscribers. Really, thank you for joining this journey with me! It sounds a little cheesy but I mean it!
Since this is my first weekly email, I’d really appreciate it if you could take the time to leave some feedback by replying to this email.
Anyway, let’s get to it!
Articles of the week
Resources of the week
- The component gallery – A collection of common components in design systems. With guides and examples!
- Wappalyzer – A Chrome extension that creates an overview of the tech stack of a site you’re visiting. No more figuring this out yourself!
- SVG Repo – A free collection of SVGs you’re allowed to use.
Featured: Ethical Alternatives & Resources
ethical.net is a platform where you can get:
- A list of ethical alternatives to the tools you’re using or are planning to use.
- Resources that either address ethical topics, or are ethical
The kind of tools and resources you find there highly vary. They have analytics, browsers, calendars… But, they also have resources like books and podcasts! It’s honestly really fun just to go through the entire list to see what’s out there, haha.
It’s been my go-to place for years now. Whenever I need a new tool, I check out this site firsthand. There are some nice little gems there! It’s also how I’ve discovered ButtonDown. 😉
Visit it here
Discuss: How would the ideal browser for devs be like?
Imagine a world where devs have the perfect browser to make and debug websites with… a browser that helps us develop faster and more efficiently… how would it be like?
These are the questions:
- What browser do you currently use and why?
- How do you see a perfect browser for devs? What features would it have? Think of stuff like: an even more advanced CSS debugger than Firefox’, an in-built colour picker, accessibility tools etc.
Feel free to answer these questions by leaving a comment on my dev.to post or simply by replying to this email!
That’s it for this week! Hope you enjoyed this newsletter. If there’s any feedback you have for me, feel free to send me an email!
Stay funky and don’t stop coding!
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