🌟 This week is really all about front-end! We present new features in Chrome, VS Code extensions, cool codepens, and more. As always, all posts were ranked by daily.dev community. Shout out to all the authors. 👏
So, let's get it started.
A list of the author's top 5 apps, I personally didn't know any of them 🤷♂️. Ungit, Termius, Alacritty, Byobu, and Spacedesk, for more information about them, check out the post. 👇
We, developers, just love these top VS Code extensions lists. This week we have another list with pretty awesome extensions. My favorite from this list is probably "Import Cost" 👾
The author presents his thinking that front-end developers have a "perception-problem". They are often underestimated due to what front-end development used to be. I'm not sure I agree with him, but it's definitely an interesting piece.🤔
🤖 Low-code platforms are growing fast, and democratizing capabilities that used to be exclusive to developers. Platforms such as Wix and Webflow for website building and many others. Worry not, the author explains that professional skills are still very much needed.
A codepen that demonstrates how to build a sphere with three.js. 🌐
We have another pen! Cool font animations, very colorful and neat. 🎨
📣 New features in Chrome DevTools are always exciting! A new experimental feature will summarize for you the CSS of site. It shows color palette, fonts, media queries, and other properties.
Have you ever wondered who came up with HTML, HTTP and URI? This post covers briefly the history and evolution of web standards as we know them today. 📜
🆙 Pretty outdated list if you ask me as most of the libraries there are already dominating the market. Anyway this is a list of 15 popular front-end libraries.
That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week.
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