Svelte – a new star on the frontend sky?
This post introduces React Suspense, a part of React’s upcoming concurrent mode that lets developers declaratively await components and their dependent resources, such as data, code, images and other assets, to load asynchronously before rendering. Suspense allows for orchestrating complex loading sequences and visual transitions with ease, greatly improving both the developer and user experience.
A lot of things are constantly happening in the web security realm, but which are the things we should focus on and be aware of in 2020? To help you out, I have made a list of the things to keep an eye on.
The past year offered several innovations within React and its ecosystem, which in a short time has had a major impact. This news will noticeably affect how we work with React in the future.
A couple of weeks ago, we discovered that some dates on our web site were incorrect. Instead of showing the actual date of a course delivery, certain pages would always show today's date.
The three-year-old at home doesn't like having his teeth brushed. But I, a crafty father, have developed a trick.
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