Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

22nd part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

Welcome to your well-deserved weekend! We are fully in spring mode and so is this collection of #posts and #articles in the #frontend #webdev space. Amazing write-ups on outstanding open-source development and emerging standards. I hope you'll find one or the other article of this issue enjoyable!

1. Low effort image optimization tips by Lazar Nikolov
Optiziming images is one of the cornerstones for fast websites.

2. Nuxt: Looking forward by Daniel Roe and Sébastien Chopin
Great achievements and great way forward by the Nuxt team!

3. Blazor Basics: Working with Blazor Layouts by Claudio Bernasconi
In short - most of the time they work unless they don't.

4. Best Practices for OAuth in Mobile Apps by Alex Patterson
Use the native system browser over web views.

5. What You Need to Know about Modern CSS (Spring 2024 Edition) by Chris Coyier
Anchor with nesting to query containers at view transitions.

6. Deno 1.42: Better dependency management with JSR by Andy Jiang, Bartek Iwanczuk, David Sherret, Divy Srivastava, Nayeem Rahman
From wanting no dependency management ot having your own registry - we've gone a long way!

7. The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Inlining CSS by Luciano Strika
Is it really unreasonable though?

8. Announcing Gulp v5 by Blaine Bublitz
Wow Gulp is still alive! Brings back memories; not only good ones.

9. Angular previews new features, Google aims to merge it with internal Wiz framework by Tim Anderson
From the Wizard of Oz to Wiz of Angular - magic is in the air (or cloud).

10. Part 1 – Announcing Babylon.js 7.0 by Jason Carter and Thomas Lucchini
Not to confuse with Babel - this is a reminder what the web platform is capable of.

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

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