The web and app development field is a rewarding one, however it also requires a large amount of learning and self-development to gain that in-depth understanding. A perfect way to do this is by reading through the abundance of web and app development blogs available online. Blogs are a great way to learn all the information you will require in an engaging way, and also keep up to date with the ever-changing trends in the field. Let’s take a look at the best web and app development blogs you should bookmark in your browser.
Joel Spolsky is a software developer from New York. On his blog, Joel on Software, he provides a unique and specialised insight into the problems in which developers regularly encounter. His personality really shines through in his engaging posts, where he offers tips and examples from his own personal experiences. This is definitely the blog to read if you would like a bit of humour and something to relate to as a developer.
SitePoint is perfect if you are looking for a web development blog which greatly focuses on development, programming languages and development tools. SitePoint shares a blog on a new topic of interest in the development world each month, so you’re always up to date on the latest industry news. They also offer a subscription service which allows you to receive a daily email newsletter that revolves around the monthly feature topic, with SitePoint you will always stay in the loop.
Hongkait is a great option if you are looking for something which varies between a web development blog but also a blog which offers general tech news. Here you will find everything to do with the world of web development, from checkbox styling with CSS grids, to HTML5 Semantics. If you ever want a break from programming, have a quick look through the Hongkiat blog and you will find a whole host of interesting tech topics!
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