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      Understanding Layout Algorithms

      joshwcomeau.com - A few years ago, I had a Eureka! moment with CSS.
      Up until that moment, I had been learning CSS by focusing on the properties and values we write, things like z-index: 10 or justify-content: center. I figured that if I understood broadly what each property did, I'd have a deep understanding of the language as a whole.
      The key realization I had is that CSS is so much more than a collection of properties. It's a constellation of inter-connected layout algorithms. Each algorithm is a complex system with its own rules and secret mechanisms.
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      15 Awesome Resources For Designing Website User Interfaces🔥

      ajeet2016.hashnode.dev - At some point, almost every Front-end developer faces some challenges to finding the good resources for UI designing like photos, fonts, illustrations, colors, etc.
      In this article, I will make you know about some amazing resources which is really helpful in UI designing.
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      Moving from JavaScript to TypeScript

      andrewbaisden.hashnode.dev - I have been a JavaScript developer for many years and I did not really have much intention to go outside of my technical stack. There is a lot of safety in sticking with what you already know and trying to learn too many programming languages can be daunting I told myself.
      JavaScript is already pretty time consuming to learn and nobody truly masters it because the API keeps getting updated along with the documentation as the language evolves. There are also a lot of frameworks and libraries to learn.
      It was outdated thinking and fortunately I saw the light when I was between jobs looking for work. Companies were looking for polyglot developers which essentially means a person who knows and is able to use several programming languages.
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      Threats of Using Regular Expressions in JavaScript

      blog.bitsrc.io - Regular expressions or regex are widely used in web development for pattern matching and validation purposes. However, using them in practice comes with several security and performance risks that could open doors for attackers.
      So, in this article, I will discuss two fundamental issues you need to be aware of before using regular expressions in JavaScript.
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      Customize TailwindCSS to give your sites a unique look

      livecodestream.dev - Front-end development is fascinating, not only because you can create magical experiences and it is very tangible to see the results of your work, but also because of the vast number of options available for building UIs.
      Regularly we face the decision to pick from fantastic JavaScript frameworks and CSS or visual design frameworks, which grew up so complex that they have their own learning curve.
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      7 Reasons Why You Should Start Using React

      enlear.academy - Let’s discuss this with a simple example,
      when you open Microsoft Word, you will see several templates to select and work on. Other than the blank document, you will be able to find several other templates such as a business report layout, letter layout, etc.… all these templates are similar to a framework in programming.
      If you look closely, you can find the word “frame” from the framework, which also gives you an idea that the frame is made already for YOU, and you are only supposed to fill the frame with your requirements, and it's that simple.
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      Clean Architecture on Frontend

      dev.to - First, we'll talk about what the clean architecture is in general and get familiar with such concepts as domain, use case and application layers. Then we'll discuss how this applies to the frontend and whether it's worth it at all.
      Next, we'll design the frontend for a cookie store following the rules of the clean architecture. This store will use React as its UI framework. Then we'll implement one of the use cases from scratch to see if it's usable.
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      A Fully customizable datepicker for Vue 3

      vuejsexamples.com - The most complete date picker solution for Vue 3.  Packed with awesome features that should cover most of the needs for any project.
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      GitHub Codespaces - a replacement for containers in distributed teams?

      linkedin.com - During the past year or two, it seems there's been big improvements in solutions for collaboration between developers. IntelliJ's "Code with me" has taken big steps forward as well as Live Share for VS code. At Zington we've been using both solutions for different clients depending on their needs and current stack. It sometimes takes a bit of time to get used to, especially if you're expecting it to fully replace Pair programming. You can never be sure that the person you're coding with is actually looking at the same line of code no matter how many visual hints the IDE provides. No replacement for IRL work yet, in other words.
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      Microfrontends: Which Framework to Use?

      levelup.gitconnected.com - In the past few years, I have been helping many clients and companies move to Microfrontends. We always start with the famous question, “Which framework to use?”
      Well, I have gone through this process so many times and still pause to this question. The challenge is that we get new frameworks every few weeks. In the past, choosing server-side composition was the only available approach. With NPM, we started to have Build-Time Compositions. Recently, with the advances in Webpack, we started to have Run-Time Compositions on the Client. The most famous frameworks for that are Single-SPA and Module Federation. (List of all available frameworks in this article)
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