Five Frontend Things Friday #5

Here are five things in the Frontend Engineering world, that I found interesting…

  1. ZEIT TV - The Zeit folks (headed up by Guillermo Rauch), have put on a nice one day conference, and posted the videos online. Some interesting topics, take a look.

  2. Monitoring Jank: How we found the slowest parts of our UI - Over on the Lever Engineering blog on Medium, a nice rundown on how they measure and monitor Jank (when the UI stutters) in their web app.

  3. Highlights of Safari 11.0 - In the slew of Apple announcements at WWDC, a new Safari, with things we care about! Namely, support for the Media Capture API, support for real-time communication using WebRTC, WebAssembly support, and resource timing API!

  4. JSC 💕 ES6 - Awesome article from the Webkit team on all ES6 landing in Webkit. (Not Safari, yet, sadpanda.)

  5. The performance benefits of rel=noopener - From Jake Archibald, a developer advocate at Google on the Google Chrome team, he writes about an interesting performance tip, I had no idea about.

Keep Rising,

Kevin B. Ridgway

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