Tech Snacks by Passionate People

A recurring segment during our weekly company call (This week at Passionate People), is called "Tech Snacks" where we share some interesting tech updates, releases, blog posts and news from all across the web, curated specially for our team.

Passionate People Tech Snacks for Week 15, 2021

React’s Higher Order Components I use the most
I have already written an article explaining what Higher Order Components (HOCs) are and about the advantages they offer. If you’re new to…
A React component for building Web forms from JSON Schema. - rjsf-team/react-jsonschema-form
The Future of Web Software Is HTML-over-WebSockets
The future of web app development is taking shape, and it’s changing the way we think about server-side app architecture. In this article, Matt E. Patterson shows why a new WebSockets-driven …
Hotwire: HTML over the wire
Introducing the Azure Static Web Apps CLI
    Azure Static Web Apps seamlessly integrates globally distributed hosting for your static content, serverless APIs powered by Azure Functions, as well as features like authentication, custom routing, and route-based authorization.   With the new Static Web Apps CLI, you can now run your entire fu...
Improving React application performance: React.memo vs useMemo
As a React developer, you’ve most likely come across situations where optimizing the performance of a component is necessary.
A series of exquisite and compact web page cool effects
A series of exquisite and compact web page cool effects - lindelof/awesome-web-effect
Vue SFC playground
How to Leverate the Fullscreen API and Style it
Let’s look at the Fullscreen API in JavaScript. It allows you to do a pretty powerful thing: full screening exactly one particular element you want it to.
On “technical debt”
The term “technical debt” is a useful one. Unfortunately, as with anything useful, it is overused and used sloppily. It’s also sometimes misused to disparage a historical decision somebody disagrees with. But more than that, I think it is broadly misinterpreted. The term is intended to help justify work that has no immediate customer benefit,…
What platform teams should be doing
Many platform teams believe the goal is to build the cloud-native stack & don’t realize this is like reinventing the wheel — a discussion from Giant Swarm
Ledokku - beautiful web UI for all things Dokku
Beautiful web UI for all things Dokku. Contribute to ledokku/ledokku development by creating an account on GitHub.
Don’t Lose Your Head: Evaluating Headless
With many options comes many decisions, and it is easy to drown in all the many benefits of headless CMS. How do we approach evaluating these options? Let’s figure it out.
Okta Expands Free Identity Management Services, Cloud Native Deployment Options
Identity management giant Okta has expanded its free tier of authentication, authorization, and user management tools for developers, incorporating support for many cloud native functions.
Cumulative Layout Shift Debugger
An alternative to Google's PageSpeed Insights
Let’s Create an Image Pop-Out Effect With SVG Clip Path
Few weeks ago, I stumbled upon this cool pop-out effect by Mikael Ainalem. It showcases the clip-path: path() in CSS, which just got proper support in
How to Convince Your Boss to Care About Speed
Are you trying to convince your boss to commit to web performance work without much success? We have tips.

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