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5 Articles every WebDev should read this week (#18)

A curated list of the top five web development must-reads from last week. Don't miss out on the latest web development stories and insights. Read all about the cutting edge in web development, working in tech and the new tools and frameworks while learning a few new tricks.

What is new in Next.js 13.3

Next.js 13.3 adds popular community-requested features, including: File-Based Metadata API, Dynamic Open Graph Images, Static Export for App Router, Parallel Routes and Interception

What is new in Chrome 113 beta

Chrome 113 brings new CSS media features, the linear() easing function, and WebGPU. Chrome 113 is beta as of 6 April, 2023. You can download the latest on for desktop or on Google Play Store on Android.

What is new in Angula 16?

At the time of writing this article, angular just published its first release candidate version of v16. There are a lot of features/changes coming with this version. Much more than we have seen in any previous major release (of course, not considering angular to angular 2). Angular is seeing a kind of renaissance, and v16 is just the beginning. These are some of the prominent changes coming in this release.

Frontend Web Performance Checklist

Improving performance of web applications will always be sexy. We want the page to load faster, smoother, and without too many layout shifts (Core Web Vitals, I am looking at you πŸ˜‰). In this article I wanted to summarize all this knowledge into one single source of truth (with respect to article authors).

Learn Design Patterns in Depth

The term "Design pattern" comes into play here. Design patterns, in basic words, are tried-and-true solutions to common programming problems. For instance, creational design patterns address object creation issues.


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