We’re glad that you’re considering writing for JavaScript Report! It’s a great way to share your knowledge with fellow developers and promote yourself to the community.

Potential Topics

We’ll consider any non-commercial article that pertains to the JavaScript ecosystem, and that includes topics like WebAssembly, Elm, Reason and TypeScript, among many others. To help get your creative juices flowing, here some questions that would be the basis for a good article on our site:

  • How do I use library X in my projects?
  • Why would I choose framework A vs framework B?
  • What emerging technologies should I being paying attention to?
  • What are the best practices when doing X?
  • What are my options when building X? What should I be thinking about?

But don’t let this list trip you up. We want you to write about whatever you’re really interested in because that will come through in your writing.

Writing Process

Here’s how the process goes…

  1. Send us an email with your idea. We may discuss this with you a bit and approve once we have a topic everyone feels happy with.
  2. Send an outline of the article. It doesn’t have to be formal and super-detailed. We’ll either approve this or work with you to further develop it.
  3. Once the outline is approved, you write the article and submit it to us.
  4. We’ll do editing on the article and give you a chance to review before publication.
  5. If everyone is happy, we publish!

Important Things

  • Write in your own voice — use a friendly and conversational tone.
  • All articles must be original writing. You may republish your article on sites that allow authors to set the canonical URL back to JavaScript Report, but not elsewhere. If you have questions about this, please let us know.
  • Keep things positive. We never publish content with a cynical or sarcastic tone.

If you’ve got an idea and you’re ready to get started, send John an email at john@jsreport.io. We’re looking forward to hearing about your article!