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Welcome to the MDN blog

Author avatarRuth John1 minute read

Hey folks! Welcome to the MDN blog – an extension of MDN Web Docs.

In this blog, we'll bring you the latest in web development, tips & tutorials, insights, news, and opinion pieces. The MDN blog will complement the comprehensive technical documentation that already exists on MDN Web Docs. We'll use this space to expand on some of the features and topics. We'll also provide you updates about the latest website features and improvements from the MDN team.

Technical content from web experts

At MDN, we strive to provide our audience with high-quality and reliable information about web development. To achieve this, we collaborate regularly with industry experts who have extensive knowledge and experience in specific areas of web development. With this new blog, there's room for sharing those insights and practical tips that are based on their real-world experiences, helping you stay up to date with the latest trends and best practices in web development.

Tutorials, guides, and sponsored content

We're proud to partner with some of the top companies in the web development industry to bring you sponsored content. This content is created alongside our partners, ensuring that it meets our high standards for quality and relevance. You'll find sponsored content about everything, from new tools and frameworks to best practices and case studies.

Launching with CSS colors

Our first post is about everyone's favorite topic: CSS colors! We're happy to kick off content with an article about the new CSS color functions that are available in Colors Level 4. This post covers color spaces, color functions, fancy gradients, and how to support wide-gamut displays in your CSS. It's a colorful start to the MDN blog, and we hope you enjoy it!

What's next

Keep on reading! We'll be publishing regularly and you can stay up to date with our RSS feed. If you'd like to provide feedback or suggestions you're welcome to start a discussion on GitHub, or join our Discord server. We'd love to hear from you!

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