Five Frontend Things Friday 23

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

  1. 30 Seconds of CSS - From the site, “A curated collection of useful CSS snippets you can understand in 30 seconds or less.” I like the idea of short snippets presented well for easy reading.
  2. Compilers are the New Frameworks - From Tom Dale’s blog, he provides some thought-provoking sentences about where our web apps may be heading.
  3. React’s New Context API Explained - From Wes Bos, on his personal site, he gives an example on github on how you might use this new React API.
  4. The Downward Spiral of Slow Code Reviews and How to Fix It - From Panaseer’s Medium blog, Anton von Borries talks about how they decided to do code reviews. I believe in code reviews, so should you. ;)
  5. Autoplay Policy Changes - From François Beaufort who works on the Chromium team, some important updates that every Frontend Engineer needs to know about autoplay if their site has video that does this. TLDR: Times are a changin’.

Keep Rising,

Kevin B. Ridgway

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