Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

38th part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

Next week's Monday we'll finally have the #microfrontends #conference! So while issue 39 will need to wait a bit longer, let's pass the time with another great set of #posts and #articles in the #frontend #webdev space. Enjoy reading!

1. Announcing TypeScript 5.5 RC by Daniel Rosenwasser
Time to ship it!

2. htmx: Simplicity in an Age of Complicated Solutions by Erik Heemskerk
Let's not forget why some solutions are so complicated...

3. The Gap by Ahmad Shadeed
The gap is one of the best reasons for choosing flex and grid layouts.

4. TypeScript adds support for ECMAScript’s Set methods by Paul Krill
Hell, it's about time!

5. Django dev survey shows growing use of HTMX, Tailwind CSS, background workers approved by Tim Anderson
I am not surprised - a Django dev does not want to mix and match.

6. CSS Length Units by Geoff Graham
Relative or absolute, or absolutely relative?

7. Zero-JavaScript View Transitions by Fred Schott
Another CSS snippet that looks innocent, but is super powerful.

8. Clean Code — A Practical Introduction in ASP.NET Core by Assis Zang
Clean, solid, whatever - as long as it's readable and doing it's job.

9. How to compose JavaScript functions that take multiple parameters (the epic guide) by James Sinclair
Today for lunch: Curry.

10. Optimizing INP for a React App & Performance Learnings by TK Kinoshita
One of the best articles on the topic - just great!

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

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