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10 SEO Myths to Leave Behind in 2020
To say SEO has “changed a lot” would be the understatement of the decade.
This guide is going to point out all of the most common myths and assumptions about how SEO works and debunk them for you, so you’re not wasting a single moment on things that simply don’t matter for SEO in 2020.
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Libs & Tools
CSS code generator that will help with colors, gradients and shadows to adapt this new design trend or discover its posibilities.
Over the years, a variety of broad resources have been developed that will give you a good foundation in the fundamentals of how browsers work. Taking advantage of these will help you more effectively explore and learn on your own.
Learn how to make your client-side apps load fast and provide a good user experience.
Nullish coalescing is an excellent new JavaScript feature that helps us improve our React and TypeScript apps. Let’s find out what this feature is and how it’s useful in React and TypeScript apps.
The frontend “knows” a lot of things, and these things interact with each other in non-trivial ways.
So, state management is the core problem when developing a UI.
How can you make sure that your NPM security is covered? Here are three NPM security tips for developers.

Most people aren't even aware that double position for gradient stops is something that actually exists in the spec, so Ana decided to write about it.
For beginners
There is a lot to know about links and buttons in HTML. Let's take a look at the whole world of links and buttons, and all the considerations at the HTML, CSS, JavaScript, design, and accessibility layers that come with them. 
Hello from the server side
In this post, Sumedh will be going a bit at showing you the lower level architecture of event loop, what all its phases are, which code is executed in which phase, and some specifics and lastly some examples which he thinks will make you understand better about event loop concepts.