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Dropping Support For IE11 Is Progressive Enhancement
If you have to choose, you should prioritize users with no JavaScript over users with old JavaScript.
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Version 11.0.0 is here and we’ve got some great updates for Angular developers everywhere.
Almost five and a half years after the publication of the HTTP/2 RFC, server push is still extremely rarely used.  Over the past 28 days, 99.95% of HTTP/2 connections created by Chrome never received a pushed stream.

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If you have code that needs to make a series of async calls - think to yourself - can any of these done in parallel?
Rob Palmer shares some of the insights & lessons learned during Bloomberg Engineering's journey to adopt TypeScript as a first-class supported language.
Check out this checklist of React security best practices to help you and your team find and fix security issues in your React applications.
Web technologies have come so far, that you realize: not everything needs to be done in JavaScript nowadays anymore.
"Earlier this year I wrote a bit about autogrowing textareas and inputs. The idea was to make a textarea more like a div so it expands in height as much as it needs to in order to contain the current value. It’s almost weird there isn’t a simple native solution for this, isn’t it?"
In this article, we will deep dive into the minmax(), learn how, when, and why to use it. At the end of the article, you should have a complete understanding of it. Let’s dive in!
For beginners
Code smells to avoid in your React components. Remember that these by any means aren't rules but rather signs that something might be "wrong". You'll definitely run into situations where you want to do some of the things above for good reason.
An interesting approach to floating input placeholders without using any JS.