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React Suspense in Practice
Suspense is all about maintaining a consistent UI in the face of asynchronous dependencies. In this post you can find out how Suspense works, what it does, and how it can be integrated into a real web app.
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Better defaults, a better CLI and better heuristics. Oh, and TypeScript 3.8.
Libs & Tools
Teleport React components in the same React tree 📡.
A proxy is any entity that acts on behalf of some other entity. Arbaz Siddiqui shows the use cases for this pattern in some real world scenarios.
This blog post shows that when we start considering the weight of every module we add to our project (or which vulnerabilities are included or what accessibility concerns they bring along), we start to inherently pay a little more attention to at least a part of performance every single day.
A showcase of what is possible with Progressive Web Apps today.
A retrospective for companies considering React Native.
In depth analysis of the CSS calc() function for doing basic math. 
The past and the future of CSS from the perspective of W3C.
For beginners
You know that moment while you are a beginner with CSS and when something just clicks? When you just start getting what's going on? That is the CSS "Ah-ha!" moment.