Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

19th part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

I hope you all a great start into the week. As usual, I've compiled a list of outstanding #posts and #articles in the #frontend #webdev space. I hope you'll find one or the other article insightful!

1. Rendering a Million Rows in React by Drawing by Keyur Paralkar
A million is not cool. You know what's cool? A billion.

2. Angular will be merged with Wiz by Rubén Peregrina
I'd rather call this an assimilation.

3. Goodbye SASS 👋, welcome back native CSS by Karsten Bierdermann
There are still features in SASS that make it worth using.

4. Comparing JavaScript Frameworks part 1: templates by Maarten Hus
This is actually where the different philosophies are fully exposed.

5. HTTP Speed by Kitson P. Kelly
Interesting data - especially on Node 21 vs Node 20.

6. The one about the web developer job market by Baldur Bjarnason
In short: Not great, not terrible.

7. Optimizing Javascript for fun and for profit by Rom Grk
Why not just for fun? Well, I see what you did there!

8. There is no EU cookie banner law by Bite Code!
May that is it be, you won't get rid of them now.

9. Accessible Forms with Pseudo Classes by Chris DeMars
Friends don't let friends create inaccessible forms.

10. Build a Node App with TypeScript by Matt Pocock
You got me at "Build". Wouldn't do exactly the same combination, but it's definitely a good one.

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

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