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Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem – module resolution

📖 tl;dr: Whether you’re building, testing and/or linting JavaScript, module resolution is always at the heart of everything. Despite its central place in our tools, not much time has been spent on making that aspect fast. With the changes discussed in this blog post tools can be sped up by as much as 30%. In part 1 of this series… ...
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What Were the Hottest Front-End Tools in 2021?

Another year has passed and once again I’ve had the privilege of going through the Web Tools Weekly newsletter archives from the past 12 months to hunt down the front-end tools that readers found to be the most interesting during … What Were the Hottest Front-End Tools in 2021? originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Adding Vite to Your Existing Web App

Vite (pronounced “veet”) is a newish JavaScript bundler. It comes batteries-included, requires almost no configuration to be useful, and includes plenty of configuration options. Oh—and it’s fast. Incredibly fast. This post will walk through the process of converting an existing … Adding Vite to Your Existing Web App originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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8 Interesting Typography Links for January 2022

Every now and then, I find that I’ve accumulated a bunch of links about various things I find interesting. Typography is one of those things! Here’s a list of typography links to other articles that I’ve been saving up and … 8 Interesting Typography Links for January 2022 originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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How to Make a Component That Supports Multiple Frameworks in a Monorepo

Your mission — should you decide to accept it — is to build a Button component in four frameworks, but, only use one button.css file! This idea is very important to me. I’ve been working on a component library called … How to Make a Component That Supports Multiple Frameworks in a Monorepo originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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LiveEdu Quiz of the Day: 06/01/2017

Ruby Quiz Answer: D) The Ruby Math module provides the Ruby programmer with an extensive range of methods for performing mathematical tasks. In addition, the Math module includes two commonly used mathematical constants: [crayon-63a33535ccfa4884430159/] As… The post LiveEdu Quiz of the Day: 06/01/2017 appeared first on Education Ecosystem Blog. ...
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Spring Framework – 4 Useful Things To Help Understand It

Every software developer working with Java learns both the usefulness and complexity of the language. While it’s flexibility makes it one of the most popular programming languages available, finding ways to use Java to its… The post Spring Framework – 4 Useful Things To Help Understand It appeared first on Education Ecosystem Blog. ...
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