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Mario Sommer
I code for fun & profit. let's make better websites ✌️
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Mario Sommer Jul 16
Performance tip: don't make it slow ✌️
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Mario Sommer Jul 8
Replying to @mxbck @SaraSoueidan
even the one asking to block him 😂
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Mario Sommer Jul 7
really nice and whimsical 👌🏻 /hinthint 🧐
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Mario Sommer Jun 29
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Harry Roberts Jun 27
🖼 If you’re building hero-style content with background images—maybe even through a CMS—you can hugely improve rendering times (LCP) with one additional line of HTML.
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Mario Sommer Jun 22
Replying to @thiemogillissen
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Mario Sommer Jun 15
Ich kann nirgends die Abstimmung für die Schriftart finden. Meine Stimme bekommt Lobster!
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Mario Sommer Jun 9
Replying to @i_am_fabs
nice! good job, die Seite is wirklich flott! 👌🏻
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Mario Sommer May 31
Replying to @juergengenser
nice, what topics are you considering blogging about? tech stack really doesn't matter - pick something that feels right for _YOU_!
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Mario Sommer May 27
Replying to @Maybach
easy, dass ich vim user bin😁
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Mario Sommer May 17
Replying to @juergengenser
don't get me wrong. I appreciate skepticism and completely agree that there are certain cases that are better handled without a framework. E.g. the core degenesis map () is written vanilla JS. That's the beauty of the web, you can use whatever you want.
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Mario Sommer May 17
Replying to @juergengenser
agreed, but wouldn't you split & preload your bundles when using a traditional stack? Also, the trend is moving towards static site generation which then can be deployed on a CDN. That's for one is not possible using PHP.
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Mario Sommer May 16
🙏 thanks Lukas!
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Mario Sommer May 15
Replying to @juergengenser
so what is exactly the point of the original article? He made a lot of points which are related to the web in general and are not really framework specific.
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Mario Sommer May 15
- the web is not meant to be static and frameworks like Next, Nuxt or Sapper help a great deal to bring interactivity to the platform.
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Mario Sommer May 14
Replying to @iozguradem @rmoestl
you guys still using Deno!?
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Addy Osmani May 13
Tip: In , hold shift while hovering over a request and it will highlight the initiator in green and dependencies in red.
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Mario Sommer May 7
Replying to @sergeyche @Etsy and 3 others
yay! wish you all the best for your new adventure! ✌️
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Mario Sommer May 2
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Mario Sommer May 1
Replying to @mario_sommer
What do we get after yarn run build without any changes: - 17kb (7kb gzipped) client.js runtime - 1.4kb (less than 1 kb gzipped) index.js - 31.5 kb (🤷🏻‍♂️ kb gzipped) legacy js for older browsers ✌🏻 - Service Worker Support✌🏻
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