Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

23rd part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

Mid of the week, one-third of April done. Here's your weekly dosis of #posts and #articles in the #frontend #webdev space! For this issue I've found some outstanding write-ups on open-source projects and emerging standards. Enjoy!

1. Iconography In Design Systems: Easy Troubleshooting And Maintenance by Tatsiana Tarkan
Really great article on a crucial yet underrated topic.

2. Kuto, a reverse JS bundler by Sam Thorogood
While not really for development this might be interesting for a couple of reasons.

3. History of JS interop in Dart by Sigmund Cherem
Just because you can does not mean you should.

4. High Definition CSS Color Guide by Adam Argyle
Great guide, however, while CSS colors are now superful I feel like 95% (or more) is still hex or rgb.

5. How Waku compares to Next.js by Peter Ekene Eze
In short, while Next.js tries to be a whole thing Waku is lightweight and small. React-like.

6. A JavaScript library for generating vector-based cartoon faces by Jeremy Scheff and contributors
I totally love this - and I am sure that I'll soon find good use for it.

7. Introducing Jpegli: A New JPEG Coding Library by Zoltan Szabadka, Martin Bruse and Jyrki Alakuijala
Every once in a while Google sends us some new awesome lib improving image formats.

8. Cally - Small, feature-rich calendar components by Nick Williams
Why should you pick this? Because its super small, portable, and customizable.

9. An Interactive Guide to CSS Container Queries by Ahmad Shadeed
Container queries is the younger, yet much more powerful brother of media queries.

10. Angular and Wiz Are Better Together by Jatin Ramanathan and Minko Gechev
Wizular already has great marketing - but can it run Crysis?!

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

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