1. Being a deaf developer

    Posted by Hollie Kay

    On accessibility as a philosophy of problem-solving for everyone. Read more.

  2. A New Name

    Posted by Springer Nature Development Team

    The teams that contribute to Cruft are now part of a new company. Read about Springer Nature.

  3. Complex Routing Logic with Thundermole

    Posted by Rowan Manning

    An insight into how we run our Nature journals beta program using Thundermole. Learn about our beta program.

  4. Simple Feature Flagging with Bandiera

    Posted by Darren Oakley

    Bandiera is a simple, stand-alone feature flagging service that is not tied to any existing web framework or language. Read more about Bandiera.

  5. Time-based comparisons of WebPageTest results

    Posted by Phil Booth

    Natural variation in network performance can make reliably comparing historical WebPageTest results tricky. Learn how webpagetest-mapper makes it more straightforward.

  6. Introducing WebPageTest-mapper

    Posted by Phil Booth

    WebPageTest-mapper is an open-source tool that transforms WebPageTest result data into a range of useful charts and spreadsheets. Find out more about WebPageTest-mapper.

  7. Browser Rounding and Fractional Pixels

    Posted by Alex Kilgour

    How browsers calculate percentages and fractional pixels. Read more about fractional pixels.

  8. Centralised Logging with Rsyslog

    Posted by Darren Oakley and Phil Cowans

    How we use simple UNIX tools to stream our application logs to a central location. Read more.

  9. RUM waterfall charts with the W3C Resource Timing API

    Posted by Phil Booth

    Extract resource timings from your users' browsers and generate waterfall charts from the data. Learn how to generate RUM waterfall charts.

  10. Command-line utilities with Node.js

    Posted by Glynn Phillips

    An overview of command-line interfaces and using node.js to create command-line utilities. Read more.

  11. Supporting the technology community - Codebar

    Posted by George Sheppard

    Codebar is a non profit organisation helping to encourage diversity in the technology industry. Read more about Codebar.

  12. Introducing boomcatch

    Posted by Phil Booth

    Boomcatch is a standalone, node.js-based beacon server for boomerang, the foremost client-side RUM library. Read more about boomcatch.

  13. Accessibility Testing With pa11y

    Posted by Rowan Manning

    An overview of using the pa11y accessibility testing tool to find issues with your web pages. Learn how to use pa11y.

  14. Welcome

    Posted by Springer Nature Development Team

    Welcome to Cruft, the Macmillan Science and Education development blog. Read about Cruft.