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Spoiled by the Web
A frustrating struggle to keep a tiny native app alive reminds me why I appreciate the web.
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Libs & Tools
The core of react-router v6 is 357 lines of code, excluding comments and __DEV__ blocks (which are mostly propTypes). You should be able to read it in an afternoon, if you're curious.
In CSS, we have two ways of sizing, intrinsic and extrinsic. The latter is the most common one which means using fixed values for the width or height of an element. The first one means that the sizing of an element depends on its content size.
An analysis, based on CDNJS data, of when and if JavaScript libraries are updated after being installed onto websites.
Best practices on how to write quality, readable and concise arrow functions in JavaScript.
“This is clickbait! Clearly if you wrote an entire blog post, the answer should be yes, right??”
Many icon libraries supply SVG assets that are already well-optimised. But if you’re creating your own graphics, or they are supplied by another designer, you might want to run them through a few optimisation steps.
After years of native mobile development, Spotify has decided to go full steam ahead building all of their new mobile apps using React Native.
For beginners
Finally, the true secret to debugging and troubleshooting code! Don't read this if the code you write is 100% bug free and avoid it all costs if you're not interested in improving your productivity.