Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

39th part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

After the great #microfrontends #conference I immediately returned to the world of frontend development. In the last days I've collected another list of awesome #posts and #articles in the #frontend #webdev space. Enjoy reading!

1. I tried React Compiler today, and guess what... 😉 by Nadia Makarevich
Was it good? Was it?! Spoiler: It's not bad.

2. How Deep is Your DOM? by Maxi Ferreira
I hope it's flat - flat is always good.

3. How React 19 (Almost) Made the Internet Slower by Henrique Yuji
Nah, it just almost would have made any SPA using it slower.

4. Announcing the public preview of the Microsoft AI Chat Protocol library for JavaScript by Rohit Ganguly
So you want to integrate an AI chat in your app? Here we go...

5. How To Hack Your Google Lighthouse Scores In 2024 by Salma Alam-Naylor
It's easy: Just don't put anything in.

6. Next.js 15: Unveil New Horizons in Web Development by Sagar Rathod
This is the one that comes with React 19.

7. Generating ZIP Files with Javascript by Josh Martin
Just follows Atwood's law: Any application that can be written in JavaScript, will eventually be written in JavaScript.

8. Blazor Basics: Blazor Render Modes in .NET 8 by Claudio Bernasconi
What I would wish for is another mode that pre-computes the changes as pure JS - leaving the business logic automatically on the server.

9. Enhance Your Tailwind CSS Skills: Essential Tips and Tricks by Jeferson Amorim
Don't apply - just use.

10. Server Islands by Fred Schott
This is great, even though it's just a new name for something (partial caching) that exists already since 25+ years.

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

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