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Fixing a slow site iteratively
Site performance is potentially the most important metric. The better the performance, the better chance that users stay on a page, read content, make purchases, or just about whatever they need to do.
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Libs, Tools & References
"This guide provides a basic tutorial to using paged.js, for my own future reference and yours, and I highly recommend you visiting their site and supporting their project. In particular, their documentation covers many aspects of advanced paged media and is a worthwhile next step after reading this guide."
Everything you need to know about Client-side Storage.
Testing techniques used by leading engineering teams.
"We have to stop insisting that software updates, etc. need to be distributed over HTTPS. Let me tell you why this is not an ideal way of going about it."
"This is my personal journey, so if you are here hoping for the general 'How To' guide you won't find it here. Instead, if you are interested in how I, a JavaScript Framework author, struggled to see obvious things right in front of me, you're in the right place."
Learn how to properly profile a React application to understand where the performance bottlenecks can be found.
"Angular’s Change Detection is a core mechanic of the framework but (at least from my experience) it is very hard to understand. Unfortunately, there exists no official guide on the official website about this topic. In this blog post, I will provide you all the necessary information you need to know about change detection. I will explain the mechanics by using a demo project I built for this blog post."
Hello from the server-side
Learn some best practices for keeping your Node.js and JavaScript projects safe from code injection attacks.
For beginners
Woah, lots of stuff. Light stuff, heavy stuff, thought-provoking stuff…
(Edit end of series: the entire list is now available here for easier consumption.)
Animations are a pretty cool thing, aren't they?  😉😉😉