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5 Articles every WebDev should read this week (#44)

What's New In DevTools (Chrome 96)

https://developer.chrome.com/blog/new-in-devtools-96/


Photoshop's journey to the web

Over the last three years, Chrome has been working to empower web applications that want to push the boundaries of what's possible in the browser. One such web application has been Photoshop. The idea of running software as complex as Photoshop directly in the browser would have been hard to imagine just a few years ago. However, by using various new standardized web technologies, Adobe has now brought a public beta of Photoshop to the web.
https://web.dev/ps-on-the-web/


How To Use Aspect-Ratio CSS Property In Responsive Web Designs?

CSS developers have introduced a new property called aspect-ratio that can take care of a lot of such stuff. This post will guide you along with this new property and introduce various implementations in different scenarios and how aspect-ratio reacts in those situations.
https://www.lambdatest.com/blog/how-to-use-aspect-ratio-css-property/


Understanding React’s useEffect cleanup function

React’s useEffect cleanup function saves applications from unwanted behaviors like memory leaks by cleaning up effects. In doing so, we can optimize our application’s performance.
https://blog.logrocket.com/understanding-react-useeffect-cleanup-function/


4 Essential Tips for Better Asynchronous Code in JavaScript

We'll share a list of essential "Asynchronous programming 201" tips and tricks with examples that can help you beat single thread in JavaScript and improve your code efficiency. Let's pretend the history of asynchronous code started with Promises to avoid the "dawn of time/callback hell" intros and concentrate on the recent JavaScript asynchronous patterns
https://www.ditdot.hr/en/4-tips-better-asynchronous-javascript-code?utm_source=ESnextNews.com&utm_medium=Weekly+Newsletter&utm_campaign=2021-11-02


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Jose Antonio Felix

A very good collection of updated articles! thank you

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martin krause Author

Thank you for your feedback - I'll post a new one every Friday.
Cheers!