Top 10 Best JavaScript Blogs to Read in 2023

As January comes to an end, we felt like showing appreciation to the creators of developer blogs. And you, as a developer, should be reading as much as you possibly can, from as many sources as possible. Some of these blogs focus on specific areas of technology, but most of them cover a wide range of topics.

If you’d like your blog to be added to this list, leave a comment below, or send us an email.

1. JavaScript Today

Okay, maybe we’re a bit biased… But can you blame us for voting for ourself? We hope not!

While we’re still new, we’re growing, and constantly adding new content.

2. Kent C. Dodd’s Blog

Now an educator, Kent C. Dodds represented PayPal on the TC-39 (the committee responsible for standardizing the JavaScript language). He writes about React, JavaScript, and Node.js.

Visit his blog or read a random article.

3. 2ality – JavaScript and more

Dr. Axel Rauschmayer specializes in JavaScript, TypeScript, and Web Development. He is the author of JavaScript for Impatient Programmers.

Visit or read a random article.

4. David Walsh’s Blog

David Walsh is a web developer and senior software engineer. He writes about everything related to JavaScript and web development.

Read a random article.

5. React Blog

Great bit of React articles available for you to dissect, although the last post was from June 15, 2022.

Read a random article

6. freeCodeCamp Blog

With an army of writers behind the blog, freeCodeCamp is an excellent resource for you to follow. There’s an article for just about everything.

Read a random article

7. V8 Blog

The blog for the V8 JavaScript and WebAssembly engine. Stay up-to-date with new releases and more. Visit the V8 blog.

8. Echo JS

Community-driven news site. The articles are related to JavaScript, and all things front-end news. Visit Echo JS.

9. Raymond Camden

Raymond is a senior developer evangelist for Adobe. He focuses on document services, JavaScript, and enterprise cat demos.

Visit Raymond’s Blog or read a random article.

10. CSS Tricks

CSS Tricks has been around since 2009. It’s always been a great resource. It was acquired by DigitalOcean in 2022.

Visit CSS Tricks or read a random article.

11. has a treasure trove of resources. Offering a wealth of resources including tutorials, best practices, and tools for web development, it is a platform created by Google to help developers build modern, high-performance, and user-friendly websites. covers a wide range of topics such as web performance, accessibility, SEO, progressive web apps, and much more. It also features Lighthouse, an open-source, automated tool for improving the quality of web pages. With a focus on practical guidance and actionable insights, aims to equip developers with the knowledge and skills needed to create fast, reliable, and engaging online experiences.

Don’t forget to check out the learn section of the site, as it contains incredible resources for you to learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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