Category: CSS

2019 End-of-Year Thoughts

The Typed Object Model

I help write technical documentation and one feature I’ve been writing about this year that has really stood out is the Typed Object Model (or

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CSS

Build your own React

function createElement(type, props, …children) { children: children.map(child => typeof child === “object” : createTextElement(child) function createTextElement(text) { type: “TEXT_ELEMENT”, nodeValue: text, children: [], function createDom(fiber)

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2019 End-of-Year Thoughts

No, Absolutely Not

I think the difference between a junior and senior front-end developer isn’t in their understanding or familiarity with a particular tech stack, toolchain, or whether

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2019 End-of-Year Thoughts

JAMstack, Fugu, and Houdini

What has me really excited about building websites recently is the fact that we, as front-end developers, have the power to do so much more.

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2019 End-of-Year Thoughts

Oh, the Places JavaScript Will Go

I tend to be pretty vocal about the problems client-side JavaScript cause from a performance perspective. We’re shipping more JavaScript than ever to our user’s

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