Frontend News Digest 24 - 30.08

New and experimental CSS Firefox tools, Node.js' new current version update, deep dive to its internals and many other interest things awaits you
29 August 2019   839

Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here's new Frontend news digest.

In this digest, you will learn how to release custom react component, hook or an effect as an npm Package, learn about the powers of HTML5 storage that allos you to create shopping card and about new experimental CSS tools in Firefox. Also, Node.js v12.9.1 is out.

Guides

  • Creating A Shopping Cart With HTML5 Web Storage

This guide will teach you how to use the HTML Web Storage powers to create a shopping card step-by-step

  • How to Release a Custom React Component, Hook or Effect as an npm Package

Author believes he find a way how to release hook, custom component of React of an Effect as an npm Package in a more easier way than always

Article

  • Faster Image Loading With Embedded Image Previews 

EIP technology described in this post allows us to load preview images during lazy loading using progressive JPEGs, Ajax and HTTP range requests with no additional data transered.

  • Node v12.9.1 (Current)

Small release fixes 2 regressions in the http module

Video

  • New & Experimental CSS Tools in Firefox
     

UX designer at Mozilla Firefox Developer Tools team talks about cool new and even experimental CSS Tools in popular browser

  • A Journey into Node.js Internals

Tamar Twena-Stern spoke about the internals of the one of the most popular JavaScript's runtime environments

Updates

  • monolith

Solution allows to sale any web page into as a single HTML file with enbedded CSS, image, and JavaScript assets all at  a single HTML5 doc

  • radialMenu

Easy to set up (according to the developers) and customizable JS menu

  • Data Table Component

Includes a lot of features, and, according to the developers, is simple, sortable and flexible

  • React Webcam

A component to work with webcams for React

Frontend News Digest 9-15.11

Chrome will mark "fast" websites, PM2 4.2 released, Chrome Dev Summit 2019 video keynote and other interesting things
15 November 2019   143

Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here's new Python news digest.

Learn when to use SVG vs when to use canvas, how to use ffmpeg to combine many videos in one, check the results of front-end tooling survey and more.

Guides

  • When to Use SVG vs. When to Use Canvas

Learn where to use what

  • How to Use ffmpeg to Combine Multiple Videos to One 

Advice on how to combine multiple separate videos into a single one with ffmpeg.

Articles

  • Moving towards a faster web

One of the most popular web brousers is going to mark "fast" websites

  • The Front-End Tooling Survey 2019 - Results

3,000 developers took part in the survey, time to check a detailed report

  • Semantic Sidenotes for The Web

Improvement proposal for sidenotes implementation in HTML

  • A Super Weird CSS Bug That Affects Text Selection

Did you know that using a selector without any style properties can cause no styling to be applied at all? 

Updates

  • linkinator

Site crawler and broken link checker

  • PM2 4.2

The newest update for the a production process manager for Node.js applications with a built-in load balance brings a lot of new features

Video

  • Keynote (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

  • HTML isn’t done!