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CSS Can Do This... And It's Terrifying!
A look at how you can abuse CSS for evil(?)

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Libs & tools
Chart.xkcd is a chart library plots “sketchy”, “cartoony” or “hand-drawn” styled charts.
The hex code for snow is #fffafa, which works out to a RGB value of rgb(255, 250, 250).
Some of you who are familiar with the notation may already have realised that this gives us a gentle tinge of red. Very, very slight, but still, red.
Thanks to some recent advances in bundler technology, it’s possible to deploy your production code as ES2015 modules—with both static and dynamic imports—and get better performance than all non-module options currently available.
Reasons to keep optional code around typically boil down to understandability, whereas reasons to leave out optional code converge on performance.
What code—here: what HTML code—is optional, however? This article gives an overview over everything optional other than extraneous whitespace.
This is a very clever idea via Arthur Corenzan. Rather than use the default YouTube embed, which adds a lot of resources to a page whether the user plays the video or not, use the little tiny placeholder webpage that is just an image you can click that is linked to the YouTube embed.
The concept behind AMP isn’t a problem. In fact, it’s fundamentally a good idea. Why shouldn’t mobile users have access to faster-loading, stripped-down web pages? The problem is that speed comes with a major catch.
For beginners
What JavaScript features you should be familiar with when learning and using React
Hello from the server side
Find how Microservices in Node.js work through examples!