Some pretty thoughtful words from Paul Lloyd. It’s hard to summarise as he tackles quite a few distinct areas so pour yourself a big cup of coffee and enjoy his wise words. (paulrobertlloyd.com)
Despite the long standardization process, the emerging promise of Web Components puts more power in the hand of creators. Now that the technology is available in browsers, the future of Web Components is in your hands. What will you build? (hacks.mozilla.org)
WebP is an image format developed by Google in 2010 and is supported in 72% of browsers globally used. In this post Ire Aderinokun explains how you can utilise WebP in your sites today. (bitsofco.de)
David Travis shares his thoughts about important areas of importance for aspiring and current professionals in the industry. (uxmastery.com)
The Document Object Model, or the “DOM”, is an interface to web pages. It is essentially an API to the page, allowing programs to read and manipulate the page’s content, structure, and styles. (bitsofco.de)
Tools / Resources
This book gives you a solid introduction to the topic, combining theory with practical lessons. You’ll learn how, and why to use animation on your web pages and hopefully be inspired to try it on your own projects. (github.com)
A great article aimed for new React developers that have doubts about how setState works and how to use it correctly. (freecodecamp.org)
We’re looking for someone who’s super thoughtful, intentional, humble, meticulous, and weird, and self-motivated, and funny, and tenacious, and super creative, and did I say self-motivated? (helpscout.com)
As a Software Engineer at SigFig, you will work with a team of brilliant developers to build solutions to help investors. (sigfig.com)
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