WebAssembly CG members representing four browsers, Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and WebKit, have reached consensus that the design of the initial WebAssembly API and binary format is complete to the extent that no further design work is possible without implementation experience and significant usage.
Critical CSS isn’t an esoteric practice reserved only for neckbeards; it’s a essential part of modern web development. There is quite a bit of confusion over what it is, and what it does, so let’s demystify it.
In the beginning, we webmasters used HTML for everything — including styling font colors and doing layout. HTML tables were the one tool we had, and we abused it like crazy. Dark days for code. Bright days for funky, punk rock designs.
The hardware industry has created massive touchscreen TVs, really large tablets, and even huge touch desktop PCs. This means we can no longer assume that a small viewport is a touch screen and a large viewport isn't. Sometimes large screens are touch, requiring the user to use their finger, and small screens have a stylus.
Known for faster installation, Yarn gives developers an improved ability to manage code dependencies in their Node.js projects, proponents say. It features a deterministic install algorithm and a lockfile capability that lists exact version numbers of all project dependencies. In this way, Yarn enables installation of thousands of third-party packages from the internet while ensuring code is executed the same on every system.
Understanding promises helps understand the concepts at the foundation of async/await, and help you write better async functions. But even if you’re already on the async bandwagon (which is one I personally love), and you fully understand promises, there are still some very compelling reasons to continue using them alongside async functions.