August 17th, 2020
- Berners-Lee ‘sorry’ for slashes - Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, has confessed that the // in a web address were actually “unnecessary”
- What does 100% mean in CSS? - The basic of “100%” CSS value. Excellent summary with clear visual explainers.
- Form design - Best practice, research insights and examples for Form Design
- Reactivated - open-source app that scans your JS dependencies and generates cool dashboards.
- Official Redux Essentials - Official Redux tutorial that will introduce you to Redux and teach you how to use it the right way, using our latest recommended tools and best practices.
- What’s New in Chrome DevTools in 2020 - Brief introduction to features in Chrome DevTools in 2020.
- Promise.allSettled - by DavidWalsh, covering essentials of
- Jamstack Tools, APIs & Services Compared - comprehensive list of services related to Jamstack development from deployment options to headless CMS, forms, identity solutions and more, with a useful comparison chart for each category.
- Why It’s OK to Over-engineer Your Blog - An argument in favor of over-engineering your personal blog as a kind of laboratory where you can experiment with new technologies to learn.
- The amazing power of service workers - Fun things that you could do with Service Workers on your site today
- You Gotta Love Frontend - Online event on August 24-28. Follow @yglf_lt
- CascadiaJS - Online event on September 1-2, 2020. Follow @cascadiajs
- React Native EU - Online event on September 3-4, 2020. Follow @reactnativeeu
- SmashingConf - Freiburg - Online event on September 7-8, 2020 from Smashingconf. Follow @smashingconf
denocame out of beta and got released. #video
- Immutable data structures for functional JS - Talk by Anjana Vakil focussing on “efficiently make new “modified” versions of immutable objects” and introduction to libraries like Mori and Immutable.js for immutable Data structure. #video
- Awesome Falsehood - Awesome curated list of falsehoods programmers believe in.
- Laws of UX - Laws of UX is a set of principles for designers/developers to think while building UI/UX
- How to Secure Anything - Repo focusing on securing anything including physical or digital assets
“Whenever I have to think to understand what the code is doing, I ask myself if I can refactor the code to make that understanding more immediately apparent.” - Martin Fowler
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