Weekly Digest 19/21

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #19 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

Frustrating Design Patterns That Need Fixing: Birthday Picker

In this new series of articles on UX, we take a closer look at some frustrating design patterns and explore better alternatives, along with plenty of examples to keep in mind when building or designing one.

Frustrating Design Patterns That Need Fixing: Birthday Picker — Smashing Magazine

JavaScript testing: 9 best practices to learn

We zoom in on nine best practices for JavaScript testing that can help you write better tests and help your team to better understand them.

JavaScript testing: 9 best practices to learn — LogRocket Blog

Using Forms in React

Learn how to build forms with React, the difference between controlled and uncontrolled inputs, and which to use.

Using Forms in React

How we use Web Components at GitHub

GitHub has long been a proponent of Web Components. Here’s how we use them.

How we use Web Components at GitHub | The GitHub Blog

Some great videos I watched this week

Typescript for React Components

Typescript is quickly becoming the industry standard for React development. Take your Typescript skills from beginner to masters level by learning everything you need to know about how to write components in React the right way.

Advanced CSS Border-Radius Tutorial

How to create complex shape with only CSS border-radius and understand how to separately control horizontal and vertical border-radius.

Thinking on ways to solve a Media Scroller

In today’s GUI challenge, Adam Argyle shares thinking on ways to create inline scrolling experiences for the web that are minimal, responsive, accessible and work across browsers and platforms (like TVs!).

Amazon’s, Etsy’s and Ebay’s Checkout UI

Here are five key UI elements that appear on leading ecommerce companies’ checkout screens. The UI comparison also has lead to a freebie Figma Checkout template.

Yet Another 5 Must Know CSS Tricks That Almost Nobody Knows

CSS is a vast language with tons of features and it is impossible to know them all. In this video I will be covering another 5 features in CSS that nobody knows but are incredibly useful.

Testing React Components

Here, Amy Dutton will show you how to write tests for a React component using Jest and the React Testing Library.

Mastering React Hooks with Typescript

Let’s dive DEEP again into Typescript but this time to look at React Hooks.

dribbble shots

Localy — Roadmap

Govoroon App

IoT App for growing plants

Doctor appointment

Allhand — Mobile App

Tweets

Picked Pens

GLSL Sample027

Spring pattern

Podcasts worth listening

Syntax FM — Technical Debt

In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about technical debt — what it is, why does it occur, and some techniques for reducing and avoiding it.

The CSS Podcast — Snap Points

In this episode, Una and Adam are guiding scroll areas into their peaceful resting places, maintaining alignment, keeping visual harmony, and improving the overall experience with the content.

Smashing Podcast — What is The Future of CSS?

We’re starting our new season with a look the future of CSS. What new specs will be landing in browsers soon? Drew McLellan talks to expert Miriam Suzanne to find out.

3 Minutes with Kent — Cypress Driven Development

Software Engineering Daily — Natural Language Processing

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a branch of artificial intelligence concerned with giving computers the ability to understand text and spoken words. “Understanding” includes intent, sentiment, and what’s important in the message.

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

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