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18 Best Web Development Blogs on Medium

Best Web Dev Medium Blogs

Best Web Dev Medium Blogs

Recently, we’ve covered the TOP web development and design blogs {that are stand-alone websites}, now it’s time to cover the best Medium blogs on the same subjects. The blogs are organized in no particular order, so feel free to jump in and out and skip a few if you’re looking for something in particular.

Better Programming

Better Programming

Better Programming

Tagline: Advice for programmers
Twitter: @BttrProgramming
Publishers/Editors: Coach Tony, Zack Shapiro
Main theme: all things web development
Updates: regularly

Description:

The blog is run by Zack Shapiro, the Director of Engineering at BUMP (YC W18), iOS at Nano, SplashThat, a founder of Luna, and now an editor at Better Programming.

The blog has been running for almost five years and has covered a lot of subjects since then. On the blog, you’ll find both full-fledged tutorials and stand-alone short pieces on writers’ favorite languages and frameworks, as well as actionable programming and non-programming advice for engineers. Subjects covered include UX and other topics in design, general technology, CSS, JavaScript, React, and so on. The blog is updated regularly, so make sure you subscribe to never miss another story. The last articles covered Flask, React components, Swift UI, Google Data Studio, and some of the general issues like being a woman in tech, getting into OSS and web development.

Angular Blog

Angular Blog

Angular Blog

Tagline: News and Tips from the Angular Team
Twitter: @angular
Publishers/Editors: Stephen Fluin, Brad Green, Igor Minar, Minko Gechev
Main theme: Angular
Updates: every month

Description:

This is a relatively new product by Angular core team members, who created the blog to inform the developers about new improvements, updates in the framework, as well as share some valuable tips and advice. The blog is run by some of the core Angular members at Google like Minko Gechev, whom we interviewed a while back for JS Nation. Read the full interview here: I Still Experience a Rush of Dopamine When I Complete a Challenging Project

Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces

Tagline: Components are building blocks. You are an architect
Twitter: @bit_src
Publishers/Editors: Ran Mizrahi, Jonathan Saring, Eden Ella
Main theme: web development, particularly JS
Updates: regularly

Description:

Ran Mizrahi is a founder of bit.dev, the component collaboration platform for developers, as well as the creator behind Bits and Pieces. The blog mainly covers anything JavaScript-related, including all popular frameworks like React, Angular, and Vue. The last topics covered regular expressions, reusable components, docker multi-stage builds, npm, API calls with React Hooks, and so on. The editors like to keep things purely technical so you’ll rarely find non-programing advice here, but, perhaps, so much the better, in case you don’t want to read about anyone else’s troubles or burnouts.

ITNEXT.IO

ITNEXT

ITNEXT

Tagline: #ITNEXT a knowledge-sharing platform for #developers, #softwareengineers, #Ops, #ProductOwners & IT Managers. Learn, share & connect with professionals
Twitter: @itnext_io
Publishers/Editors: LINKIT
Main theme: web development
Updates: regularly

Description:

ITNEXT.IO is a mastermind project of LINKIT, a Dutch full-service IT provider, which builds and manages IT solutions for top-500 organizations and governments. ITNEXT is a large project which comprises several initiatives including a medium publication, a monthly meetup, and an annual conference in Amsterdam. Regardless of ITNEXT being a proprietary project, anyone can still contribute to the platform provided they have something meaningful, educational, and technical to say. The last blog posts covered dependencies in React, EdgeFS, GatsbyJS, web components, and Kubernetes.

Codeburst

Codeburst

Codeburst

Tagline: News and Tips from the Angular Team
Twitter: @codeburstio
Publishers/Editors: Brandon Morelli
Main theme: web development
Updates: regularly

Description:

Codeburst is an on-going and regularly updated publication about web development. It has sections with suggestions for learning web development on a budget, including the best web development courses. You can submit your own article if you have something valuable to share. The last posts covered Go, Kubernetes, React, React Natives, among others.

Code Like a Girl

Code Like a Girl

Code Like a Girl

Tagline: Changing the perceptions of #WomenInTech by #amplifying their voices.
Twitter: @code_likeagirl
Main theme: web development and motivation
Updates: every month

Description:

Code Like a Girl is a perfect place to get motivated. The blog features several sections including Role Models, Book Recommendations, Technical Articles, and Girls (stuff beyond coding). You’ll also find articles in Spanish and Portuguese, in case English is not your first language. The blog covers a diverse pool of topics from recruiting talent to finding your passion, building up your portfolio, managing a community, and some techie specific topics like using git, Babel, Node.js, etc.

Frontend Weekly

Frontend Weekly

Frontend Weekly

Tagline: A curation of all things interesting and related to JavaScript and front end development.
Twitter: @frontendweekly1
Publishers/Editors: Emad Ibrahim
Main theme: web development (frontend)
Updates: regularly

Description:

Emad Ibrahim, an editor and creator of the blog and the eponymous newsletter, is a published author, entrepreneur, programmer, and, as he calls himself, a productivity nut. The blog covers anything frontend-related and has been doing so for more than five years since 2014. The topics covered are mainly technical: JavaScript, authentification, Vue.js, Angular, React, Webpack, code splitting, and more. The latest articles covered JavaScript Graph Visualization Libraries, TensorFlow.js, Firebase phone authentication, and others.

GitConnected

GitConnected

GitConnected

Tagline: The community for developers & software engineers
Twitter: @gitconnected
Publishers/Editors: Trey Huffine
Main theme: web development
Updates: regularly

Description:

Trey Huffine is a founder of gitconnected.com, a passionate open-source developer, teacher, mentor, and a blogger. You can view Trey’s courses on web development here. The blog is pretty versatile in the covered themes: you’ll read interviews with developers, some very technical front and back end stuff, general web development tutorials, career advice, tips and tricks on using multiple technologies, etc. The last articles covered React Native deep linking, TypeScript custom AST transformer, classes in JS, advanced Redux, comparison of Flutter vs React Native, and more.

Towards Data Science

Towards Data Science

Towards Data Science

Tagline: Sharing concepts, ideas, and codes
Twitter: @TDataScience
Publishers/Editors: Ludovic Benistant, Dipanjan (DJ) Sarkar, Linda Thuy
Main theme: data science
Updates: regularly

Description:

Towards Data Science is a corporation based in Canada. Their medium blog is an attempt to gather a community of data scientists and engineers, so anyone can contribute and share their findings, research, or passion behind data science. The blog is neatly organized and structured around the following sections: data science, machine learning, programming, visualization, Artificial Intelligence, and even journalism. The company’s recent initiative is to organize their own conference or summit, in case you’re interested, here’s a little bit more info: Toronto Machine Learning Summit (TMLS). The latest posts were on the Python regex module, preparation for data engineering interviews, deploying BERT in production, and many more.

Quick Code

Quick Code

Quick Code

Tagline: Best courses & tutorials to learn any programming language
Twitter: @quickcode17
Publishers/Editors: Keyul
Main theme: web development
Updates: every month

Description:

Quick Code (previously known as Coursesity) is a website dedicated to tutorials, courses for the web, mobile, chatbot, AR/VR development, database management, data science, web design, and cryptocurrency. QC’s medium blog has been running since 2017 and has covered a ton of subjects since then, including mobile and web development, programming, especially lots of articles on JavaScript and CSS.

Daily

Daily

Daily

Tagline: The world’s leading dev news curator. Delivering the top articles and blogs to your new tab.
Twitter: @dailynowco
Publishers/Editors: Nimrod Kramer, Tsahi Matsliah, Ido Shamun
Main theme: web development
Updates: weekly

Description:

Daily is a chrome extension which gathers web development publications that are updated regularly. On their medium blog, each week, the editors post the best articles that have garnered a lot of discussions, claps, or likes. So in case you don’t want to miss out on any of the best weekly articles on the web development scene, Daily app and the company’s blog are the best places to follow the latest news.

UX Collective

UX Collective

UX Collective

Tagline: Curated stories on user experience, usability, and product design.
Twitter: @uxdesigncc
Publishers/Editors: Fabricio Teixeira, Caio Braga
Main theme: web design
Updates: regularly

Description:

The team behind the UX collective is stellar: Fabricio, the founder of the company, is also the Design Director at Work & Co, while the Collective’s Editor-in-Chief, Caio Braga, is also a designer by day at Survey Monkey. The big part of what the founders learned through the years and what had ultimately led to building something like the Collective from scratch was that everything they knew or learned about the web design came from online resources, tutorials, and articles. Their goal is to popularize the user experience and web design and make it more accessible to the wide range of users and interested parties. The blog covers the most common problems with UI and UX, usability, AR/VR in design, and a broad range of other subjects surrounding the web design profession.

Daily JS

Daily JS

Daily JS

Tagline: JavaScript news and opinion.
Twitter: @javascriptdaily
Publishers/Editors: Peter Cooper, Chris Brandrick, Za’e Johnson
Main theme: JavaScript
Updates: regularly

Description:

This is the Medium blog that belongs to Cooperpress, best known for its weekly [web development newsletters], such as Frontend and JavaScript weekly and others. The blog mainly swirls around JavaScript and related technologies. The latest articles published covered ES6 Arrow functions, React router, JS closures, and React hooks.

Android Developers

Android Developers

Android Developers

Tagline: The official Android Developers publication on Medium
Twitter: @androiddev
Publishers/Editors: Wojtek Kaliciński, Daniel Galpin, Chris Banes
Main theme: Android development
Updates: regular

Description:

Run by the developer advocates from Google, this community has been running since 2015, and since then has covered lots of topics in Android development, including Android Architecture, app development, reactive programming, RxJava, Kotlin, mobile app design, Project Marble, and so on. The blog is updated regularly, so you may expect new articles posted several times per week.

Flutter

Flutter

Flutter

Tagline: Build beautiful native apps in record time
Twitter: @flutterdev
Publishers/Editors: Filip Hracek, Shams Zakhour
Main theme: Flutter
Updates: every month

Description:

Flutter is Google’s mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android; and this blog’s goal is to teach you how to use it seamlessly and effortlessly. All articles are on Flutter, including tutorials, regular updates on new features or improvements in the framework.

Bot Tutorials

Bot Tutorials

Bot Tutorials

Tagline: Place to learn chatbot development & design
Twitter: @BotStash
Publishers/Editors: Keyul
Main theme: chatbot development
Updates: every other month

Description:

Although this blog doesn’t get regular updates, it’s still worth mentioning, since it’s an on-going long-term project that’s been around since 2015. The blog’s neatly organized into sections on different platforms: Facebook, Slack, Telegram, Microsoft, etc. So if you want to learn how to make a bot on any of those, you’ll just head on straight to that technology or website’s section.

JavaScript Scene

JavaScript Scene

JavaScript Scene

Tagline: JavaScript, software leadership, software development, and related technologies.
Twitter: @JS_Cheerleader
Publishers/Editors: Eric Elliot
Main theme: JS
Updates: every once in a while, surely not regularly

Description:

Eric Elliot is like a JavaScript Jesus on the web development scene, a renowned teacher, blogger, and author. This is one of Elliot’s blogs, where he seldom writes about JS features, tools, updates in technologies, explains difficult parts of the language, tackles JS interview questions and more. Perhaps the best way to follow Elliot is on his Twitter, where he posts much regularly than on this blog.

Coding in Simple English

Coding in Simple English

Coding in Simple English

Tagline: Coding Simply
Twitter: @EnglishCoding
Publishers/Editors: Keri Savoca, Brayden Copley
Main theme: web development
Updates: every other month

Description:

This is a relatively nascent blog and, unfortunately, it has not been updated lately; however, hopefully, the editors will catch up on it in the nearest future. Yet, it’s still worth mentioning the blog, since its mission is pretty virtuous — being able to talk about coding in simple English. If you want to help the blog to continue to grow, you can submit anytime, provided it covers any of the following subjects.

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stephenjesus September 25, 2019 at 5:53 pm
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I think it’s useful for web developers and programmers. For your convenience, you can have everything in one place.

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