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evanw/esbuild
An extremely fast JavaScript bundler and minifier.
javascript  javascripttools 
yesterday by adamvig
evanw/esbuild: An extremely fast JavaScript bundler and minifier
An extremely fast JavaScript bundler and minifier. Contribute to evanw/esbuild development by creating an account on GitHub.
golang  javascript 
yesterday by geetarista
Why JavaScript is Eating HTML | CSS-Tricks
In recent years, JavaScript developers have realized that by defining a page’s structure in JavaScript instead of in HTML (using frameworks such as React), they can simplify the development and maintenance of user interaction code that is otherwise much more complex to build. Of course, when you tell someone that the HTML they wrote needs to be chopped up and mixed in with JavaScript they don’t know anything about, they can (understandably) become frustrated and start asking what the heck we’re getting out of this.
fridayfrontend  javascript  cssbasics  html  html-in-js  react 
yesterday by spaceninja
A Complete Guide to Links and Buttons
Let's take a look at the whole world of links and buttons, and all the considerations at the HTML, CSS, JavaScript, design, and accessibility layers that come with them. There are plenty of pitfalls and bad practices to avoid along the way. By covering it, we’ll have a complete good UX implementation of both elements.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  buttons  links  javascript  accessibility 
yesterday by spaceninja
Designing a ripple effect for UI feedback
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a simple micro-interaction for the popular ripple effect to provide users with touch feedback. This effect was made popular by Google’s Material Design and can be used on virtually any kind of surface users can interact with.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  javascript  ripple  material 
yesterday by spaceninja
Styled Components vs. CSS Stylesheets
There’s a hot debate around standard CSS stylesheets vs. “CSS-in-JS” solutions when building in modern front-end frameworks. In this post, I’m going to weigh up the pros and cons of CSS vs. Styled Components and how it affects the way I write React components.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  css-in-js  styled-components  emotion  react  javascript 
yesterday by spaceninja
6 things I wish I knew about state management when I started writing React apps
The frontend “knows” a lot of things, and these things interact with each other in non-trivial ways. So in my view, state management is the core problem when developing a UI. Here are some things I wish I knew about state management earlier.
fridayfrontend  javascript  react  state  redux  flux  vuex 
yesterday by spaceninja
Getting Acquainted With Svelte, the New Framework on the Block
There’s another player in the framework space that’s gaining attention and operates very much in the same spirit as Vue… Svelte. This article is going to zoom out a bit and provide a little more context about Svelt, as well as how it differentiates itself from other frameworks, and how to implement it in your own projects.
fridayfrontend  javascript  svelte  vue  frameworks 
yesterday by spaceninja

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