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Top-10 Posts for FE (Week 1, Dec 2022)

Here are the top 10 posts from the past week that will be useful to front-end developers and beyond. The selection was made on the basis of their interestingness, uniqueness, presentation, usefulness and subjective assessment of the author.

REST API vs GraphQL

Comparison of REST and GraphQL, use cases for each of them, advantages in choosing.

REST API vs GraphQL

The illusion of speed – why perceived performance matters

What is active and passive User state, how it relates to site performance and how to change it.

The illusion of speed – why perceived performance matters

Five Underated CSS Properties You NEED To Try Out!

5 CSS properties that deserve more attention and application.

Five Underated CSS Properties You NEED To Try Out!

Will Vue Become the Most Popular Front-end Framework in 2023?

The author briefly describes the main advantages of Vue and the prospects for its development in competition with React.

Will Vue Become the Most Popular Front-end Framework in 2023?

Permissions (access control) in web apps

The post allows you to better understand the standard methods in access control in web applications.

Permissions (access control) in web apps

Detecting if the user is online with JavaScript

Demonstration of how to use JavaScript to make it clear to the User of your application whether he is currently online or not.

Detecting if the user is online with JavaScript

What should a modern CSS boilerplate look like?

The author of the post offers a list of must-haves for a modern CSS boilerplate for more predictable and easier maintenance in the future.

What should a modern CSS boilerplate look like?

Autocomplete Algorithms

A complex but interesting article on approaches to using autocomplete models and a description of their essence.

Autocomplete Algorithms

Making a Build System Using NPM Scripts

A set of NMP commands that execute the most important scripts for a complete project build.

Making a Build System Using NPM Scripts

IIFE(immediately-Invoked function Expression)

What is IIFE, how it differs from a normal function and how to use it.

IIFE(immediately-Invoked function Expression)


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