WebAssembly and Blazor: A decades old problem solved
Posted on July 24, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In mid-April 2019, Microsoft gently nudged a young framework from the "anything is possible" experimental phase to a "we're committed to making this happen" preview. The framework, named Blazor because it runs in the browser and leverages a templating system or "view engine" called Razor, enables the scenario .NET developers almost gave up on. By Jeremy Likness, Cloud Advocate for Azure @Microsoft.
Posted on June 26, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length short
Functional error handling with Express.js and DDD | Enterprise Node.js + TypeScript
Posted on June 6, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
How to expressively represent (database, validation and unexpected) errors as domain concepts using functional programming concepts and how to hook those errors up to our Express.js base controller. By Khalil Stemmler, a developer advocate at Apollo GraphQL.
Under the hood of the Angular Compatability Compiler(ngcc)
Posted on May 17, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In this artice, we will explore how angular makes non Ivy libraries compatible with Ivy libraries using its compatability compiler ngcc. By Ajit Singh.
What's in a name?
Posted on May 4, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Often when we talk about accessibility problems, we end up talking about a number of different errors that all boil down to a missing accessible name: form fields without labels, images without alts, icon buttons without readable text, and many more. Written by Sarah Higley.
Tags web-development ux software css frontend
Native image lazy-loading for the web!
Posted on April 29, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
In this post, we'll look at the new loading attribute which brings native _img_ and _iframe_ lazy-loading to the web! FoWeb pages often contain a large number of images, which contribute to data-usage, page-bloat and how fast a page can load. By Addy Osmani, Engineering Manager at Google working on Chrome.
Using Netlify functions with GatsbyJs and Google Sheets API
Posted on April 22, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Ivo Šiško has written this article about how to extend your JAMstack application with some dynamic functionality using serverless. He will guide you on his journey of implementation 2 dynamic features to static page.
Quick front-end integrations through components
Posted on March 19, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Integrations between people and projects are a challenge for every organization. For teams that work remotely, it's twice as challenging. Integrations should be made as simple and "low-touch" as possible. By Jonathan Saring.
Introduction to utility-first CSS for web developer
Posted on March 9, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
CSS is an easy language to learn (and to implement) for creating a beautiful website. However, when it comes to implementing CSS at scale, it's not that simple. For large scale websites and applications, CSS becomes really hard to write in. By Thoriq Firdaus in Coding.
Tags ux css frontend web-development
How To use before and after html pseudo-elements tutorial
Posted on January 19, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Mark Noonan posted this article about what pseudo-elements are and how to use them, as well as look at some common use cases where these pseudo-elements can make life easier for us.
Tags web-development css frontend
The CSS Handbook: handy guide to CSS for developers
Posted on December 14, 2019, Level beginner Resource Length long
Flavio Copes put together this guide to CSS. He wrote this article to help you quickly learn CSS and get familiar with the advanced CSS topics.
Tags css web-development frontend
Posted on November 14, 2019, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Guide to web components by Vernes Pendić. Web components are one of the most useful, built-in, standardized (W3C), browser features added recently. This article will guide you through understanding what they are and how to use them.