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Front-of-the-front-end and back-of-the-front-end web development
"A succinct way I’ve framed the split is that a front-of-the-front-end developer determines the look and feel of a button, while a back-of-the-front-end developer determines what happens when that button is clicked."
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Libs, Tools & References
DevTools is very advanced and helpful, but can also be very intimidating and overwhelming. Let’s fix that. In this article, Vitaly reviews useful features and shortcuts for debugging in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.
A visual guide on how z-index and stacking contexts work in CSS.
A foundational overview of how to build a tabs component similar to those found in iOS and Android apps.
Understanding the default behavior of styles in our browsers.
Adding video to your application can increase customer engagement and satisfaction. But the exact opposite can occur when there are issues with the video playback: video stalls are frustrating and drive customers away. In this article, we’ll walk through the steps to optimize the video on your website to ensure fast playback and reduce stalls.
Supply chain attacks are a reality in modern software development, but you can reduce the attack surfaces by taking precautions and managing dependencies.
"One of the highest priorities for Angular is to enable best practices from the start. We want you to feel comfortable building a large enterprise user interface the same way as creating a to-do app."
For beginners
"My aim through this article is to elaborate some basics around the event propagation mechanism in the W3C event model. This model is implemented by all modern browsers."
Hello from the server-side
Express is currently, and for many years, the de-facto library in the Node.js ecosystem... So why should you ditch it?
Heard of the CSS Houdini @property ? Check out what you can do with it! (works only in Chromium-based browsers)