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50 UX Tips for Web Developers
Consistency matters, they say... 🤔
This is a thread of 50 UX tips that you can use in your daily life.
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Libs, Tools & References
Improve your HTML and CSS skills by practicing on real world design templates
These notes are a free resource, based on Wes Boses Beginner JavaScript Video course . They can be used as a stand alone guide, along with the videos or a quick reference for all the different parts of JavaScript like the different ways to declare a function.
JavaScript in the browser runs many times faster than it did two decades ago. And that happened because the browser vendors spent that time working on intensive performance optimizations.
When coding a webpage, sometimes you know something is very likely to be needed, even if it's not needed yet. You can give the browser a hint, and then when it doesn't have anything more important to do it might request url. Later on, if it does turn out to need url, it will already have it.
In this series of articles we’ll get an overview of trigonometry, understand how it can be useful, and delve into some creative applications in CSS and JavaScript.
Is it worth using TypeScript with React in 2021? Find out why through examples, you do not need to have any previous TypeScript knowledge.
This post is an accelerated introduction to Svelte from the point of view of someone with solid experience with React.
Learn how to manage state in Vue 3 Applications using Vuex.
For beginners
Modern browsers provide good support for JavaScript modules, but module bundlers such as webpack stay a critical part of the JavaScript toolchain. Let’s take a deep dive into what webpack is and how to use it in your development workflow.