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5 Articles every WebDev should read this week (#50)

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.


State of CSS 2021

The 2021 State of CSS survey ran from October 5 to November 2 2021, and collected 8714 responses. This survey was created to identify upcoming trends in the web development ecosystem in order to help developers make technological choices.

https://2021.stateofcss.com/en-US/


How to Choose Between SVG or Webfont

SVG or Webfont? It’s a classic rivalry. What’s the best choice for you? It depends! See which statements below best suit your needs. Score three or more for either Webfont or SVG and you’ll have your answer.

https://blog.fontawesome.com/svg-or-webfont/


How JavaScript engines achieve great performance

JavaScript is an impressive technology. Not because it’s particularly well-designed (it isn’t). Not because almost every single consumer device with internet access in the world has executed a JavaScript program. Instead, JavaScript is impressive because almost every single feature of the language makes it a nightmare to optimize and yet, it is fast.

https://blogg.bekk.no/how-javascript-engines-achieve-great-performance-fb0b36601557


A Content Model Is Not a Design System

Do you remember when having a great website was enough? Now, people are getting answers from Siri, Google search snippets, and mobile apps, not just our websites. Forward-thinking organizations have adopted an omnichannel content strategy, whose mission is to reach audiences across multiple digital channels and platforms.

https://alistapart.com/article/a-content-model-is-not-a-design-system/


How Reliability and Product Teams Collaborate at Booking.com

With more than 1.5M room nights booked per day, Booking.com requires a solid infrastructure that’s constantly monitored. And indeed, Booking.com now has a footprint of 50,000+ physical servers running across four data centers and six additional points of presence. The sheer size of this server fleet makes it viable for Booking.com to have dedicated teams specializing into looking only at the reliability of those servers.

https://medium.com/booking-com-infrastructure/how-reliability-and-product-teams-collaborate-at-booking-com-f6c317cc0aeb


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Hitesh Chauhan

You could have added my article in this list.
dev.to/tbihitesh/how-to-build-a-un...

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martin krause Author

Hi Daniel,

I like your article, but there are only 5 slots.
Maybe next time.

Cheers!

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Hitesh Chauhan

Sure, Thanks!!

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Long Nguyen

thank you <3

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martin krause Author

Hi Long,

thank you for the feedback. Nice to see that you enjoyed reading the article.

It's a weekly publication, follow me to get it delivered to your stream or bookmark the WebDevDigest-Series.

Cheers!

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Lakin Mohapatra

Great

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martin krause Author • Edited on

Hi Lakin,

thank you for the feedback. Glad you liked it.
It's a weekly publication, follow me to get it delivered to your stream or bookmark the WebDevDigest-Series.

Cheers!

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kao

Great article recommendations thank you!!

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martin krause Author

Hi kao,

glad to see, that you liked it.

It's a weekly publication, follow me to get it delivered to your stream or bookmark the WebDevDigest-Series.

Cheers!