This is a guide that everyone can use to learn about the practice of front-end development. It broadly outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2019.
This is one of the best tutorials I’ve found so far for describing how to make an isomorphic React app (AKA, SSR, Server-Side Rendering). It goes step-by-step, explaining what you’re trying to accomplish, and builds up from a basic “Hello, World” example, then adding initial data state, adding a component that fetches dynamic data, URL routing, and maintaining state between server and browser rendered views. Along the way, it covers various pitfalls and how/why to work around them.
“Svelte is a radical new approach to building user interfaces. Whereas traditional frameworks like React and Vue do the bulk of their work in the browser, Svelte shifts that work into a compile step that happens when you build your app.”
I went through the interactive tutorial, and I liked it.
“In this post I’ll provide a brief introduction to design systems and describe the advantages and use-cases for having one. After that, I’ll show Base Web, the React implementation of the Base Design System which helps you build accessible React applications super quickly.”
Looking at various ways to manage state in React.
If you have old VVV hosts setup and you get a certificate authority error when you try to access them via SSL, you might need to update VVV, update your site configs, and reprovision them.
Michael Arrington, Silicon Valley tech leader and founder of TechCrunch, is starting a hedge fund based on the Ripple cryptocurrency. While there have been other funds set up to invest in various digital currencies, this is the first one to actually be denominated in a cryptocurrency, rather than in dollars or euros.