After last weeks' massive issue I now have the pleasure to provide you with another not-very-short reading list. At that point, I think it's a good time to show you how far web technologies have come: Here's a basic version of Excel in 30 lines of JavaScript. It's just amazing how the web evolved in the past years!

I guess you signed up for this list to gain news, new tools and stay up to date in the webdev field. And actually that is why I created this list. To sum up the week for you (and me).
But if there is a question to you, asking about a technology or tool you don't know of, what would you answer? Most of us probably will give a vague answer pretending they know the tool while they don't. Lyza Danger Gardner on A List Apart writes about that problem and how you should answer to such questions.




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