Weekly Digest 05/2022

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #5 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

Measuring Gatsby projects build time using paid plans of popular static website hosting platforms

Jamstack is showing rapid growth these days. We get more and more tools and frameworks for it almost every month, bringing a new life for the concept of static sites generation.

Structuring your Storybook

Best practices for organizing components and stories

Circular array in JavaScript

Kitty has been having fun with Advent of Code recently. A few of the problems required some more advanced data structures than what JavaScript natively provides, such as linked lists, double-ended queues and circular arrays.

Some great videos I watched this week

Map vs Object in JavaScript

Want to learn some practical differences with how you interact with Maps and Objects in JavaScript?

New in Chrome 98: Per-element opt-out for auto-dark, COLRv1, and more!

Chrome 98 is rolling out now! If you’ve signed up for the Auto Dark Theme Origin Trial, there’s a new way to opt out at a per element level. There’s now support for COLRv1, an evolution of the COLRv0 font format. And there’s plenty more.

BIG new feature lands in Node.js

The Fetch API has officially made its way into Node.js giving web developers a better default tool for making HTTP requests. Learn why this feature is a big deal and with it means for NPM packages like Axios.

The mathematically optimal Wordle strategy

An excuse to teach a lesson on information theory and entropy.

dribbble shots

North Face Mobile

Real Estate Platform I Ofspace

Money Transfer app


Picked Pens


CSS Geometric Blooming Flower

Podcasts worth listening

Syntax Highlight

In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes review your portfolios and websites including some from Harryxli, Austin Baird, Jacks Portfolio, and more!

CodePen Radio

Louis Hoebregts (aka Mamboleoo) has been creating wonderfully creative Pens on CodePen for many years. His early work, as we learn on this episode, was inspired by the CSS trickery of Lea Verou!

Thank you for reading, talk to you next week, and stay safe! 👋



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