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Understanding Progressive JPEG and WebP Formats
For those who are old enough to remember dial up internet, progressive JPEGs were super popular in the 90’s, especially because we were dealing with slow internet connections. The main reason why we would use them today is to improve performance for those on slower connections such as mobile or in rural areas. 
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Thoughts and ideas around the present and future of multi-column layout
One of the most impactful things we can do to improve page performance and resilience is to load CSS in a way that does not delay page rendering.
Every now and then, a debate flares up about the value of typed JavaScript. "Just write more tests!" yell some opponents. "Replace unit tests with types!" scream others.
Optimize React applications using memoization techniques such as the useCallback and useMemo hooks along with the React.memo higher order component.
How to use CSS Grid to create a super cool image grid which varies the number of columns with the width of the screen.
Today we will be examining my most popular dweet, a miniature black hole simulation!
For beginners
At what point does it make sense to break a single component into multiple components?
Spec of the week
Do you know the differences between localStorage and sessionStorage?