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Top 7 Featured DEV Posts from the Past Week

Shoutout to @rachelfazio who created our new cover image and updated the badge for this series.

Every Tuesday we round up the previous week's top posts based on traffic, engagement, and a hint of editorial curation. The typical week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday, but don't worry, we take into account posts that are published later in the week.

Debouncing and Throttling in React

When talking about performance, speed is what instantly comes to mind. But what if the real trick to speed was slowing down? Let’s take a look at two “slow-down” techniques that will actually improve your app’s performance, debouncing and throttling in React with @adevnadia.

Rust WebAssembly with Webpack on Arch Linux

In this awesome tutorial, @nabbisen shows us how to implement Rust code to generate WASM and deploy it.

The Markdown Cheatsheet to Rule Them All

In this handy resource created by @imluka, you'll learn how to do everything you've ever wanted to do in Markdown. Keep this nearby when writing your next DEV post!

Avoiding Hasty Abstractions

"Don't abstract for the sake of abstracting, but don't do the opposite either! Manage complexity by aiming for simplicity and maintainability with the information you have. Make it work."

Wise advice from @cher on the AHA programming principle!

Get Started With React, Vite, and TypeScript

Tooling should just work for you and not be in the way. So let's explore how to kickstart your next React project with @juristr using Vite, in under 2 minutes, without worrying about the setup.

Passwordless Auth for Your Site

Passwordless authentication is now possible in-browser thanks to the WebAuthn protocol. To that end, let’s explore the alpha version of Passwordless.ID API with @dagnelies.

Zod, a TypeScript-first Library

@jareechang came across Zod, a TypeScript-first schema declaration and validation library. Zod’s approach hits the right balance between robust code and developer experience (DX) when working with data validation in Typescript.

That's it for our weekly Top 7 for this Tuesday! Keep an eye on this week for daily content and discussions...and be sure to keep an eye on this series in the future. You might just be in it!

Top comments (8)

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Michael Tharrington

Congrats to our winning authors: @adevnadia, @nabbisen, @imluka, @cher, @juristr, @dagnelies, & @jareechang! 🙌

Really appreciate y'all sharing such awesome posts.

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Arnaud Dagnelies

Wow, thank you very much @michaeltharrington ! That was so unexpected ! Until now my articles had really low exposure, and then, boom, this one hit it! Thanks a lot, it's nice to see one's content appreciated. ❤️

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congrats @nabbisen

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Thank you so much 😄 Yay ✨🙌🎉

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Rachel Fazio


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Erin Bensinger

Woo, nice work @rachelfazio ! 🥳🎉

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Luka Dušak

Wow, thanks @michaeltharrington and The Dev Team! The decision to start writing this year definitely paid off. Can't wait to write more ✍🏼

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Bobby Iliev

Congrats everyone! Great list of posts!

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