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I completely ignored the front end development scene for 6 months. It was fine
"My hope in sharing this, is that it might give you permission to stress less about picking the "wrong framework" to learn or feeling like you have to stay aware of every piece of JavaScript news."
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Every year since 2015, JavaScript has been receiving constant yearly updates to its specification with new interesting features added.
In this article we will have a look at what's to come since many features already reached stage 4 and will be included in the specification.
The internet has ingrained itself into every aspect of our lives, but there’s one aspect of the digital world that I bet you take for granted. Did you ever notice that many links, specifically hyperlinks, are blue? When a co-worker casually asked me why links are blue, I was stumped...
It is not difficult to find some incredibly shitty takes on Electron, and every time it boils down to: It’s slow. Downloads are huge, and it uses a lot of memory. Electron apps are just websites. Developers that are using Electron are taking the lazy or easy approach to cross-platform development. Native apps are just better in every single way. 

And on the surface, I agree with pretty much everything that people say about Electron. And at the same time, I don’t care at all. And neither should you.
Variable fonts make it easy to create a large set of font styles from a single font file. Unfortunately, the default rendering of the <b> and <strong> elements in browsers today is not very compatible with the wide range of font-weight values enabled by variable fonts.
When paired with ISR and Next.js’ API routes, SWR can be used to create a responsive user experience. In this article, Sam Poder explains what SWR is, where to use it (and where not), and how to build a website by using Incremental Static Regeneration.
Memoization is a useful concept. It helps avoid time taking or expensive calculations, after it's been done once. Applying memoization to a synchronous function is relatively straightforward. This article aims to introduce the overall concept behind memoization and then dive into the problems and their solutions while trying to memoize async functions.
"This week I ran into an interesting class of problem that—in hindsight—could use a much better workflow. Does it exist?"
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Improve user experience by providing a print style sheet for your website.
Hello from the server-side
Nestjs is a server-side framework often confused with the term "Server-Side Angular".