10 Web Development Blogs You Should Follow

This is my list with ten of the most useful web development blogs, every web developer must follow. My criteria were:

  • the blog is run by a blogger, or a team, not a web publishing company (that’s why great sites like Mashable, Techcrunch, ReadWrite and many others are not included in this list).
  • the person behind each of these blogs is an experienced web developer himself
  • almost daily content update

The list was drawn up in alphabetical order.




by Alex Young

News, tips, examples and reviews of a variety of JavaScript frameworks and modules.

David Walsh Blog


by David Walsh

David Walsh Blog features tutorials about MooTools, jQuery, Dojo, JavaScript, PHP, CSS, HTML5, MySQL, and more!

Digital Inspiration


by Amit Agarwal

Digital Inspiration, launched in 2004, is among the top 100 technology and how-to blogs on the Internet out of an estimated total of 130+ million blogs. The purpose of the site is to help you take maximum advantage of the software tools and web technologies at your disposal so that you spend more time doing things your really love.

John Resig


by John Resig

John Resig is the Dean of Computer Science at Khan Academy and the creator of the jQuery JavaScript library. He’s also the author of the books Pro JavaScript Techniques and Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja.

Position Absolute


by Cedric Dugas

Waves of front-end, product and entrepreneurship articles.

Six Revisions


by Jacob Gube

Six Revisions is a website that publishes practical and useful articles for designers and web developers, maintained by Jacob Gube.

Specky Boy


by Paul Andrew

Offering insightful tutorials, time-saving techniques, useful resources and keeping you up to date with the latest in design trends and web technologies.



by Ray Cheung

WebAppers is a blog dedicated to share top quality open source resources for web developer and web designer daily. As a web designer, you’ll find some of the best free icons, stock photos, brushes, fonts and design inspirations. As a web developer, you’ll also find some of the best Javascript and Ajax components like modal windows, menus, galleries, tooltips, charts, calendars plugins and a lot more …

Web Development Blog


by Olaf Lederer

Articles, tutorials, reviews and about PHP scripting, SEO, WordPress development, web hosting, online marketing, social media, Google tools and more.



by Umut Muhaddisoglu

Free Web Resources Everyday.