Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

14th part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

Wednesday already 💪! The world of frontend webdev is not sleeping... Here are some articles and posts for you to enjoy!

1. Mario-Kart3.js by Lunakepio
Every once in a while there is a 3D demo that just blows my mind. This is one of them.

2. Survey Results and Roadmap by Andy Jiang and Alon Bonder
Great to see that Deno is strong and will continue on their mission.

3. Avoiding Hydration Mismatches with useSyncExternalStore by Dominik Dorfmeister
My personal hope is that React 19 will actually improve the situation here drastically.

4. CSS Hooks: A new way to style your React apps by Jamie Kuppens
I always wondered when CSS variables are fully used in React applications. This can be indeed useful.

5. Streaming HTML out of order without JavaScript by Chris Haynes
Really enjoyed the declarative shadow DOM trick here. Great one!

6. The Wax and the Wane of the Web by Ste Grainer
I really liked the history lesson here. Be courageous and try new things!

7. CSS :has() Interactive Guide by Ahmad Shadeed
This is a really great selector that I also previously needed for a very special need. Super powerful!

8. How do I test and mock Standalone Components? by Rainer Hahnekamp
With pretty much everything being transformed to signals today this article might become your new best friend.

9. Introducing JSR - the JavaScript Registry by Luca Casonato, Ryan Dahl, Kevin Whinnery
There are some outstanding features in JSR that you don't want to miss. It might be the ESM hero we need but don't deserve.

10. The FAST and the Fluent: A Blazor story by Vincent Baaij
When you combine a web component framework from Microsoft with a design system from Microsoft you can only achieve true greatness in an interactive web framework from Microsoft that you'll write in a programming language from Microsoft.

🙏 Many thanks to all authors for their hard work - much appreciated!

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