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Content-aware image resizing in JavaScript
JavaScript implementation of so-called Seam Carving algorithm for the content-aware image resizing and objects removal. Dynamic programming approach is applied to optimize the resizing time.
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Libs, Tools & References
Build performant, native and cross-platform desktop applications with Svelte 🚀
There is no easy way to handle dynamic server-side-rendered meta tags for a standard CRA. Frank spent the past week transitioning the Mailbrew frontend, a standard single-page application (SPA) created with Create React App (CRA), to NextJS.
Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR) is a new evolution of the Jamstack, allowing you to update static content instantly without needing a full rebuild of your site. The hybrid approach of Next.js allows you to use ISR for e-commerce, marketing pages, blog posts, ad-backed media, and more.
A growing wiki of linked notes from @orta
How we migrate Chrome DevTools from the Closure Compiler type checker to TypeScript.
Tomas took the real app and convert it from Styled Components to Linaria to compare the app performance of CSS-in-JS and normal CSS. Continue reading if you want to know how it went.
There are many essential concepts and lessons that React developers need to know that simply aren't covered in most tutorials.
Hello from the server-side
After more than two years of development, we are excited to share that all Prisma tools are ready for production.
For beginners
Reducing dependencies that you ship with your frontend is always a good thing! If you are using a number or currency formatting library, check it out on Bundlephobia and see how much time and bytes it adds to your application. All this can be done with a new cross browser API! Intl.NumberFormat.
 3D model with interactive and sound effects.