?Give Parcel a Try, You May Like It ?

Wow, I can’t believe I’m typing this article right now. Webpack and I have gone through so much. Surely webpack would be the gold standard, left unchallenged until the day browsers go the way of the dinosaur and are replaced with virtual reality or augmented reality or whatever…. Source: https://medium.com/@michaelsholty/give-parcel-a-try-you-may-like-it-75cd12a2bfb8

Replace Animated GIFs with Video

Have you ever seen an animated GIF on a service like Imgur or Gfycat and inspected it in your dev tools, only to find out that GIF was really a video? There’s a good reason for that. Animated GIFs can be downright huge…. Source: https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/performance/optimizing-content-efficiency/replace-animated-gifs-with-video/

Scroll to the Future

This is an interesting read on the current state of scrollbars and how to control their behavior across operating systems and browsers. The post also highlights a bunch of stuff I didn’t know about, like Element.scrollIntoView() and the scroll-behavior CSS property…. Source: https://css-tricks.com/scroll-to-the-future/

A gentle Introduction to React’s Higher Order Components

Another fitting headline for the article could be: learn Higher Order Components with Conditional Rendering in React. Higher order components, or known under the abbreviation HOCs, are often a hard to grasp pattern in React. These components can be used for multiple use cases…. Source: https://www.robinwieruch.de/gentle-introduction-higher-order-components/

What are Higher-Order Components in React?

If you have been in the React ecosystem for a while, there is a possibility that you have heard about Higher Order Components. Let’s look at a simple implementation while also trying to explain the core idea. From here you should get a good idea of how they work and even put them to use…. […]

How to do math on the Linux command line

Can you do math on the Linux command line? You sure can! In fact, there are quite a few commands that can make the process easy and some you might even find interesting. Let’s look some very useful commands and syntax for command line math…. Source: https://www.networkworld.com/article/3268964/linux/how-to-do-math-on-the-linux-command-line.html

How to React ⚛️

Let’s see how learning React ⚛️ in the right order can make it less overwhelming. NOTE: This is a cross-post from my newsletter. I publish each email two weeks after it’s sent. Subscribe to get more content like this earlier right in your inbox! ?… Source: https://blog.kentcdodds.com/how-to-react-%EF%B8%8F-9e87f48414d2