Now that some time passed since the global rollout of the new Gutenberg block editor, which was met with some controversy, Alex Panagis thinks it’s a great time to reflect on 2018 and see what’s in store for the future of WordPress in 2019. (wp-modula.com)
Practice your coding skills on Pramp, a peer-2-peer mock interviews platform. We’ll match you with other awesome engineers. (pramp.com)
What are lifecycle methods? How do the new React16+ lifecycle methods fit in? How can you intuitively understand what they are and why they are useful? (blog.logrocket.com)
A beginner-friendly in-depth look at the measures in place making the N26 web platform secure and available. (medium.com)
A survey conducted in late 2018 on collaboration between designers and developers; and also what each discipline should know about the other. (weblog.200ok.com.au)
Part 8 of the 8 part series showcasing the power of Firebase. (robinwieruch.de)
Tools / Resources
While reducing perceived complexity on the front end building a multi-step form can feel complex and overwhelming. Thankfully, Nathan Sebhastian helps us break things down in a relatively straightforward manner using React as the base. (css-tricks.com)
Chris Coyier explains how the @supports query works and provides a large selection of use cases so you can understand it with ease. (css-tricks.com)
An app that delivers a transparent design process for designers, developers, project managers and stakeholders. (designstory.io)
A small checklist to help make your React site more performant. (houssein.me)
As part of the tech team, you join a crew of experienced people working on making the best possible user experience and on building the most scalable code base we could think of. Our stacks are Ruby and Go for the backend and EmberJS for the frontend. (qonto.eu)
We are looking for engineers who can take ownership of large parts of our architecture. This requires thoughtful tradeoffs such as when to incur technical debt vs when to engineer something more robustly. If you are up for the challenge get in touch. (useplato.com)
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