Brotli is a relatively new general-purpose lossless compression algorithm. Microsoft has officially endorsed Brotli in .NET Standard and we see how to use it.
As part of ASP.NET Core 1.1, Microsoft introduced the Response Compression Middleware. Here, you can see how to apply this to your ASP.NET Core Web Apps.
Public CDNs are awesome; they are fast and free, but it means that third parties have control of stuff that run on your site. What if the CDN is compromised?
The Battery Status API provides information about the system's battery to the browser. How can this be used for advertising?
It is becoming increasingly important, especially on mobile devices, to have your apps support IPv6. What does it take to get your app ready?