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When fonts fall
A deep-dive into font fallback.
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Next.js 10 introduces Built-in Image Optimization, Internationalized Routing, Next.js Analytics, React 17 Support, and more!
Dead code elimination is a process wherein code that is not used is excluded from the code that is executed.
How to get started with web push notifications.
In this tutorial, you're going to learn how to use the Web Worker API to manage time-consuming and UI-blocking tasks in a JavaScript app by building a sample web app that leverages Web Workers.
Regular CSS? Sass/Less/Stylus? PostCSS? CSS-in-JS? Utility styles? Which one to use and why? 🤯
"We always test horizontally by reducing the width, but I rarely see some consideration for testing vertically by reducing the browser height. There’s a question in the back of your mind: Do we need to reduce the browser height? Yes, and I will convince you in this article."
"In this series of posts, I want to go through some security-related frontend issues that I find interesting. I will try to test out these ideas with code and keep track of my findings at least for my future reference. The first one in this series is about CSS, yeah the innocent cute little CSS..."
"I've been a React engineer for the past 5 years. I love React. I love making React applications. I think it's one of the best UI frameworks available right now. However, there are a few competitors in this space. One of the biggest is Vue.js..."
Chances are you’ve worked with the any type in TypeScript. It’s widely overused, and subtly dangerous. Let’s explore why you should avoid it, and when you might truly need to use it.
Hello from the server-side
This blog was written by Bethany Griggs, with additional contributions from the Node.js Technical Steering Committee.
For beginners
This article discusses 10 usages of HTML file upload support.
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