Link Clark wrote an article titled "Entering The Quantum Era". Here she described how Firefox got fast again and where it’s going to get faster. As always, she interspersed a dull text with own drawings.
"HTTP/2 push is tougher than I thought" by Jake Archibald is a collection of HTTP/2 server push pitfalls and recommendations how to cope with them. As the author noted: "I don't think I'd recommend HTTP/2-push to anyone unless they'd exhausted all other optimizations."
Addy Osmani has released another episode of "Totally Tooling Tips". In this episode, Addy chats with Rob Dodson about his workflow for accessibility testing. Have a look.
One more educational video is "8 Tips For Getting Better At React". A tutorial in the video covers: inline conditionals, linting, using the React DevTools, component types, and much more.
"How to use SVG as a Placeholder, and Other Image Loading Techniques" by José Pérez is a libraries' overview for SVG thumbnail's creation in order to improve the user experience. This is the fourth post of his series about techniques loading images.
Eva Ferreira posted a guide of the usage Grids and Flex CSS together. Even though you don’t need this approach in your project, the links at the bottom of the article, would be useful. You can find her article on Aerolab blog.
Let me grab your attention to an exhaustive list of all the elements you need to have or to test before launching your site. Brandon Morelli published the "FrontEnd checklist". It’s absolutely priceless, especially for newbies.
Let us back to CSS topic. Eric Mayer expressed his thoughts in writings titled "Declining Complexity in CSS". Eric noted that the fourth edition of his book is twice thicker than a previous one. I think it's not the problem at all, you’d rather use such a book as a handbook rather than a tutorial.
The last point for today is "WebAssembly Support Now Shipping in All Major Browsers". This is a pivotal moment in the Web because it makes possible to run web applications at near-native speeds. It's not only about games, but overall about a computer vision, language detection, physical simulation, etc. Everything can run dramatically faster using WebAssembly.
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