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πŸ”₯ What's Hot in Web Development? β€” Weekly Picks #129

idoshamun profile image Ido Shamun ・3 min read

🌟 This week we have great frontend content and even one cybersecurity post! This is a great chance to thank all the excellent writers, you are rocking it. πŸ™Œ

So, let's get it started.

1️⃣ Introduction to treat

CSS in JS is a well-known design pattern, usually, it causes styling to be executed in runtime and increase the bundle size. Treat is a CSS in JS that executes everything in build time. Pretty cool if you ask me. There is one caveat though, you must use webpack. πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ€

2️⃣ Learn JavaScript by creating a Tetris game

Building real-world projects is one of the best ways to learn to code.

πŸ•Ή A video course (1.5 hours) for those who have zero experience in coding and would like to get right into it. At the end of the course, you will have your own Tetris game, how awesome is that!?

3️⃣ React vs the Competition

βš›οΈ React is probably the most popular frontend library, but have you ever stopped to think why and what's so special about it? This post covers React's origins, architecture, lifecycle, JSX, and whatnot.

4️⃣ ES2020 Has Been Finalized. Here is What I'm Excited About

πŸ†™ Exciting times ahead for us, javascript developers, with the discussions about the future features. The post lists some of the best features to expect of ES2020. By the way, many of them available already in typescript or by using babel.

5️⃣ Developing with Deno: Rest API

The hype continues and here we are with another deno blog post. If you want to kickstart your deno adventure and learn how to build a REST API this one is exactly for you. πŸ¦–

6️⃣ State of Micro Frontends

Micro Frontends always fascinated me but I've never had to chance to try it out. This is a great write-up about the different use cases for Micro Frontends and how to get it going. 🧩

7️⃣ For wtf reason would we build another JS framework?

πŸ†™ The title here is a tricky one, as this post actually promotes a new platform called GlueCodes. GlueCodes is a new IDE and a set of web components to boost web development. ⚑️

8️⃣ Stealing secrets from developers using WebSockets

This one is pretty awesome and hardcore! Apparently, WebSockets are less protected by the browsers and that creates a real security breach. The author shows how an "innocent" website can listen to your webpack dev server without you even know. 🀫

9️⃣ How To Build A Mobile App With Low Cost and High-Quality

Great insights about price estimation of an outsourced mobile app development. This can be very beneficial for both the freelancer and the company. πŸ’°

πŸ”Ÿ Vue vs. The Competition

Another part of the series just like #3. Learn what differs Vue from other libraries and what its origin story. πŸ€–

πŸ™Œ Wrap Up!

That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week. Stay safe. Peace! ✌️


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