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Nicolás Parada
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Wes Bos 22h
The State of CSS survey is now live! If you write CSS please take a few mins to complete this! (This link tags my name so we know if there is any bias from my insufferable css-in-js following)
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Nicolás Parada Feb 18
13th video on building a social network with Golang: comment notifications
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Nicolás Parada Feb 15
Nice. I think shadow DOM should be the other way around. Optionally enabled instead of disabled.
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Nicolás Parada Feb 14
12th video on building a social network with Golang
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Addy Osmani Feb 13
Tip: Is JavaScript critical for your site to be interactive? <link rel=preload> can load these scripts at a higher priority: . Improved Twitter Lite’s time to interactive by 36%, Tinder’s first contentful paint by 30%.
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Intent To Ship Feb 12
Blink: Intent to Implement: Import maps, basic support
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Inanc Gumus Feb 8
I see this a lot, please, DONT: func read(r io.Reader) ([]byte, error) { d, err := ioutil.ReadAll(r) if err != nil { return nil, err } return d, nil } DO: func read(r io.Reader) ([]byte, error) { return ioutil.ReadAll(r) } DO: d, err := ioutil.ReadAll(r)
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Max Böck Jan 10
✏️ new post: pulling interactions from social media back to your site using webmentions!
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Jason Miller 🦊⚛ Feb 6
Should I use SSR? What about Rehydration? Where should we implement logic and rendering in our applications? Answers:
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Dan Abramov Feb 7
Replying to @dan_abramov
This Counter is not a “traditional function”. It is a Component. Which is a stateful and effectful function-like abstraction living in a “call tree” rather than call stack. It lives in the space of language features but repackaged as a JavaScript API.
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Visual Studio Code Feb 6
The January release is here! No need to reload after installing extensions, and much much more! Check for updates or download now: See what's new: Happy Coding!
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Matthew Phillips Oct 29
Announcing Haunted: The same React Hooks API you know and love, but for standard web components and lit-html:
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Polymer Project Feb 5
📣 Today we released our greatest & latest libraries yet! 🎉 lit-html 1.0 & LitElement 2.0 ⚡️ lightning fast template & components 📦 tiny packages 🖋 easy to write 👀📜Read on for more...
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Wes Bos Feb 5
Replying to @SaraSoueidan
Props to for the tip in her blog post () - you can calculate complimentary colours with HSL by subtracting 180 from the hue. This works because HSL is 0-360, but just wraps around once it goes over or above
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Wes Bos Feb 5
🔥 CSS variables can be set to other CSS variables. Also we will soon be able to tweak colours with colour functions in CSS directly. Good for Canadians who can never remember which way to spell grey
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Guillermo Rauch Feb 4
One of the best typefaces in the world is fully open source and on GitHub. What a time to be alive.
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Elon Musk Feb 3
Replying to @elonmusk
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Elon Musk Feb 3
Replying to @elonmusk
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Elon Musk Feb 3
First firing of Starship Raptor flight engine! So proud of great work by team!!
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Nicolás Parada Jan 31
11th video on building a social network with Go
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