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"Easy is boring. That's why I love the web and browsers." - Remy Sharp

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In defense of the modern web
You might've read our last featured article by Tom MacWright: Second-guessing the modern web, which took the front end world by storm. Read this article and see what Rich Harris, the creator of Svelte, has to say on all of that.
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Libs, Tools and References
Build native Windows & macOS apps with Javascript and React.
A state management library for React.
Deno v1.0.0 was released on May 13. Here are a few interesting facts that may play a role in determining that.
There is a proposal to add Masonry layout into the grid specification, thoughts, a demo and a request to add your own comments on the CSS WG thread.
We assume that browser caches are near-instantaneous, but data shows that retrieving an object from cache can take hundreds of milliseconds!
Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) is a metric that quantifies how often users experience sudden shifts in page content. In this guide, we'll cover optimizing common causes of CLS such as images and iframes without dimensions or dynamic content. 
CSS Comparison Functions (min(), max(), clamp()) became supported in Firefox on 8th of April 2020, which means that they are now supported in all major browsers. Check what you can do with them.
For beginners
Do you know all these Array methods, as well as tips and tricks you can do with them?
Hello form the server side
Have you heard of gateways, proxies (forward and reverse), load balancers, API gateways? You probably did, and even if you haven't you might have heard of products such as nginx, HAProxy, Envoy, Traefik, Kong, Ambassador, Tyk, ... You are probably using gateways without even knowing it!
This is so crazy, you just have to check it out!