Top picks — 2019 April
Made by Google Chrome Developers great tutorial about Google Chrome Network tab. Despite the fact that I use it on daily basis I learned few things from it and I believe that you can get one or two things out of it too.
Have you every tried to create an on-page link to anchor element but it didn’t play nice with your fixed elements? There is a great solution for that now:
On-page anchor links and fixed position elements are not the best friends — target element may be obscured (left). There is a good news (right)!— Paweł Grzybek (@pawelgrzybek) April 8, 2019
😍 😍 😍
`scroll-padding` and `scroll-margin`
😍 😍 😍https://t.co/00LtTmBcVa
Thanks for tip @css and @simevidas #css #html pic.twitter.com/4tkKnEJleN
This is one of the best news for performance oriented frontend developers. Addy Osmani shared a gist of an upcoming
loading attribute that can be attached to HTML
iframe tag. Apart from that, this article explains the fallback strategies for browsers that lack support of this feature. Really great news and can’t wait to add
loading="lazy" to every single image on this website!
Frontend Master released very comprehensive guide to start your a journey as a Front End Developer in 2019. It is definitely not a 5 minutes read tho.
Drew McLellan published this insanely helpful article about resource hints. Everything that you want to know about DNS prefetching, preconnecting, resource prefetching and prerendering put together in a single article. This article is a golden for all performance maniacs!
Kent C. Dodds about the state management in React applications again! This short article is full of very modern approaches for historically painful to solve problem. Kent is a good teacher!
Node.js version 12 is coming soon and new ECMAScript modules implementation is coming with it. The
--experimental-modules flag landed back in 2017 in version 8.9.0. The next iteration of it is a big update and this article goes in depth about all the details.