by Valery Rabchenyuk

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #15 of this year.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Using hooks with Redux makes it simple to manage state internally in React Native applications with many components.

Your organization’s development experience can be detrimental to your ability to ship code to your clients. There is a very delicate balance that needs to be found between testing your code and design.

It’s no secret that the technical interview process leaves something to be desired; it’s often riddled with anxiety and…


by Nikhil kumar

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #14 🌱

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Node.js’ top-level is available in ES modules. Find out about three ways to enable it and untangle your code.

It has been almost two years since Express has been updated, and a lot of new great tools came around since then. I recently tried Fastify for the first time, and it took me no longer than a few minutes to decide to make a switch. …


by Leigh Kendell

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #13 which is the first one for April.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Animating items out of an array in React can be trickier than you’d think. If you have tried to roll your own solution yet, you have likely been frustrated by the fact that, once your state has been updated with an item removed, it’s gone (and hard to hold on to for the sake of animation!).

Gorillas being about delivering groceries, they recently released a small…


by Aliis Sinisalu

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #12 which is the last one for March.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

To celebrate one year since launching CLI, we’re sharing some ways you can customize and build on top of the gh command.

Discover the five new ECMAScript (JavaScript)feature proposals that have an anticipated release date for mid-2021.

The HTML <hr> element adds a horizontal rule (or line) wherever you place it. A horizontal rule is used to provide a visual break and divide content. …


Welcome to my Weekly Digest #11.

by Annie Spratt

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Authentication is one of those things that just always seems to take a lot more effort than we want it to. To set up auth, you have to re-research topics you haven’t thought about since the last time you did authentication, and the fast-paced nature of the space means things have often changed in the meantime.

If you write server-side JavaScript, chances are you’ve need to read information from environment variables. It’s considered a…


by Carsten Stalljohann

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #10.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

In this article, we discuss the original version of Git’s code to highlight how reading code can boost your coding skills. We cover the reasons to learn about Git’s code and how to access it. We discuss Git’s original codebase structure and how Git’s core functionalities are implemented in code.

In this post, we share some of the best practices we apply when SoundCloud engineers take on out-of-hours support duties.

The JavaScript Intersection Observer…


by Annie Spratt

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #9 of this year.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Let’s look at how to get the user’s mouse position and map it into CSS custom properties: --positionX and --positionY.

We could do this in JavaScript. If we did, we could do things like make make an element draggable or move a background. But actually, we can still do similar things, but not use any JavaScript!

The landscape of security is changing quite a bit. We’ve gone from basic username and…


by Miriam Espacio

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #8 of this year and the last one of February.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Let’s talk shadows in web design. Shadows add texture, perspective, and emphasize the dimensions of objects. In web design, using light and shadow can add physical realism.

The “Scroll-linked Animations Specification” is an upcoming addition to CSS that defines a way for creating animations that are linked to a scroll offset of a scroll container. …


by Tomasz Sroka

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #7 of this year.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Storybook is a fantastic tool to share the current state of your UI with your team.

When it comes to network requests things get a little tricky. React’s Higher Order Components (and similar techniques) help you move network requests out of your components into their own layer.

Storybook Axios addon helps you to see what data is sent to the backend and returned; either from the API or the mock. …


by Adam Chang

Welcome to my second weekly digest of February ❄️.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

Wrangling z-index values is a difficult task for many developers. Here is an easy-to-implement mini-framework based on existing conventions that brings clarity and confidence to working with z-index.

This comprehensive guide shows how to use CSS transitions! A back-to-basics look at the fundamental building blocks we need to create microinteractions and other animations.

Wrangling dates and times in JavaScript can be a headache. JavaScript date libraries provide user-friendly APIs and useful…

Marco Biedermann

Full-Stack JavaScript Engineer with focus on React, Redux & Node.js and passioned about Open Source working @Mobime based in Berlin, Germany marcobiedermann.com

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