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 33, 2021
A guide to designing accessible, WCAG-compliant focus indicators
Rooks - A super awesome collection of hooks for your React apps. | Rooks
A super awesome collection of hooks for your React apps.
Next.js 11.1 introduces an important security patch, ES Modules support, performance improvements, Rust-based tooling, 2x faster data fetching when pre-rendering, and more!
Vue 3.2 Released! | The Vue Point
print style sheets - HTMHell
Improve user experience by providing a print style sheet for your website
Bring your brand color to built-in HTML form inputs with one line of code.
Building a switch component
A foundational overview of how to build a responsive and accessible switch component.
How to find the cause of horizontal scrollbars | Polypane, The browser for ambitious developers
One of the most time consuming issues when it comes to web development is debugging horizontal scrollbars . They're…
How to model application flows in React with finite state machines and XState
Application state in front-end clients is a complexity that is at best managed, and at worst the reason you can't deliver new features. What if you could know every state your app could be in and ensure that it can only be in those states?
How we improved the load time of our VueJS app from 15s to 1s
Google Flutter Now Rivals Facebook's React Native in Dev Use - The New Stack
Twice as many professional developers extensively used Google’s open source cross-platform user interface toolkit Flutter in the last year as compared to what was reported in previously according to Stack Overflow's 2021 Developer Survey. It is so hot that is now it is approaching React Native as the leading cross-platform mobile framework for developers.
GitHub - josh-project/josh: Just One Single History
Just One Single History. Contribute to josh-project/josh development by creating an account on GitHub.
DevOps, SRE, and Platform Engineering - Ivan Velichko
Sharing my understanding of DevOps, SRE, and Platform Engineering based on the first-hand experience in SRE and PE domains.
Announcing the Release of Neo4j GraphQL Library 2.0.0
Check out what's new and what's changed in the latest stable release of the Neo4j GraphQL Library version 2.0.0.
Common GraphQL Misconceptions: A rant
Let’s talk about GraphQL, and how evil or good it is — a hot take from a developer cum pentester ;) This post will enlighten your world!
Climbing Mount Effect
Let's actually whiteboard some code.
Guideline from the 70's on how to split your React components
It's not always obvious how to decompose a React component. This article explains a guideline you can use to validate a decomposition.
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