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The perfect link
There’s more to a link than just a clickable word or image. So, how do you create the perfect link?
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Summary: Flow prioritizes the Facebook codebase’s need for more type safety and fast performance on very large codebases.
"It was the morning of Tuesday, May 7th, 1996 and I was sitting in the Ambroisie conference room of the CNIT in Paris, France having my mind repeatedly blown."
There are a lot of opinions out there about how to improve and scale sites “beyond the Jamstack” by adding in features that use a Node server in addition to the pre-built pages. One of those features is called Incremental Static Regeneration. Some people call it “hybrid web development” (or “hybrid serverless + static”) but let’s talk a bit more about what that means.
The Micro Frontend is one of the hottest topics on the internet right now. We hear it all the time, but what is micro Frontend? Imagine a website with lots of components such as Navbar, Footer, Main Container and Side Menu. What would happen, if they were being served from different domains? Yes, you guessed it right we would've ended up with a micro Frontend.
Wondering what’s even more challenging than choosing a JavaScript framework? You guessed it: choosing a CSS-in-JS solution. Why? Because there are more than 50 libraries out there, each of them offering a unique set of features.
Container Queries are one of the most anticipated new features in CSS. I recently got a chance to play with them a bit and came up with this demo.
So, what is a container query? It’s… exactly that. Much like we have media queries for querying things such as the viewport size, a container query allows us to query the size of a container. Based on that, we can then apply different styles to the children of said container.
You’ve built your Next.js site and now you want to put it online for the world to see. Which platform is the best to host it?
Hello from the server-side
With the advent of WebAssembly (home) there has never been a better time to learn Rust on top of your existing JavaScript and Node.js knowledge for high performance computing in the browser, on the server and on the edge.