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What is the Value of Browser Diversity?
"What is the value of browser diversity? If Firefox switched to Chromium tomorrow, what would we lose?"
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Libs, Tools & References
A canvas environment for Node.js.
If you are optimizing Largest Contentful Paint, preload can be a game-changer for speeding up late-discovered hero images and resources, loaded via JavaScript.
AVIF is the first browser image format we've had in 10 years. Let's see how it performs…
Why is using default exports bad practice?
Always wanted to learn about client-side encryption? Now's the chance!
"This, in contrast to my previous pieces, will be a more opinion based article. So, dear reader, treat everything here with a grain of salt - it's just my feelings, thoughts and ideas related to the problem of state management in React."
When creating CSS animations, one of the more powerful tools one can use is perspective.
"In my previous post I wrote a bit about the :not() selector and I got a lot feedback that people never heard of this property. So I figured I would dedicate a post just to the :not() CSS selector."
For beginners
Web applications often have tables of data, whether it's the list of items for sale on Amazon, or notes in Evernote, and so on...
Hello from the server-side
Express is relatively simple to get up and running. It also provides plenty of flexibility, making it a popular choice when choosing a framework to build an API with.
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