FRONT-END WEEKLY DIGEST (FEBRUARY 4 - FEBRUARY 11, 2018)

February 15, 2018

The recent issue of our weekly front-end digest includes themed sites with CSS variables, 3 superpowers of the Flex-Box model, Angular 5 vs. React vs. Vue,  infinite scroll techniques in React,  Chrome 65 Beta, and more.  Keep on reading!

 

 

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Web Development

• Front-end Frameworks: Custom vs Ready-to-use Solutions
• Another reason to use noopener - A deep dive into renderer process allocation

 

 

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CSS

• CSS Code Can Be Abused to Collect Sensitive User Data
• Using Media Queries For Responsive Design In 2018
• Modern CSS Explained For Dinosaurs
• Using Conic Gradients and CSS Variables to Create a Doughnut Chart Output for a Range Input
• Building Themed Sites with CSS Variables
• Counting With CSS Counters and CSS Grid
• modern-normalize - modern-normalize - normalize browsers' default style
• 3 Superpowers of the Flex-Box Model — How flex-basis, flex-shrink and flex-grow work.
• Internet Explorer exists. Use CSS Grid?

 

 

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JavaScript

• Learn to spot red flags in your React/JavaScript code
• An Overview of JavaScript Testing in 2018
• Five Common Problems in GraphQL Apps (And How to Fix Them)
• JavaScript Frameworks by the Numbers — Winter 2018
• Angular 5 vs. React vs. Vue
• Using Default Parameters in ES6
• Private Variables in JavaScript

 

 

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Browsers

• Here's how Google Chrome's new ad blocker works
• Opera 51 comes with improved browsing speed
• Chrome 65 Beta: CSS Paint API and the ServerTiming API

 

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