If you’re building a web experience and want to stay fast, a performance budget can be critical. For success, embrace performance budgets and learn to live within them. (addyosmani.com)
Dave Rupert shares some thoughts around the User Experience costs of third-party scripts. (daverupert.com)
If you happen to be lacking a little structure with your files, or are keen to improve on how you work this is a good read. (loremipsum.ueno.co)
Canva product designer Iain Dowling shares how they use a systems-first approach to tackle design challenges in product delivery. (product.canva.com)
Rhythm in typography is just like rhythm in music. A text can either flow like a masterpiece symphony performed by an in-tune orchestra, or it can be a disjointed flimsy song by a one-man band wannabe. (betterwebtype.com)
Tools / Resources
In this post, János Kubisch highlights some git features that might be less used/known, but can end up saving you when things go south in your codebase. (blog.risingstack.com)
Arron Harden explains why having unit tests for Redux classes not only helps with testing code before it gets delivered, but it also acts as a permanent regression suite. (itnext.io)
Compare your favicons on all major web browsers, including native dark and light modes. (colinkeany.com)
We’re on the lookout for a new Front End Developer. Members of the front end team work directly with our developers, designers, and clients to realize a collective product vision. (envylabs.com)
Some of our current projects include migrating to a service architecture, inter-service communication with GCloud PubSub and GRPC, API Gateway based GraphQL, event sourcing persistence and CQRS, and manufacturing and artwork processing automation. (stickermule.com)
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