Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

20th part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

I wish you all a happy easter holiday - or just a great weekend if easter does not bother you. It's kind of great that there already have been 200 outstanding #posts and #articles in the #frontend #webdev space throughout this series. I hope you'll find one or the other article of this issue worth reading!

1. The road to Fresh 2.0 by Marvin Hagemeister
Can't wait for seeing the end of the road! All in all great changes ahead.

2. Migrating 500+ tests from Mocha to Node.js by Emanuele Stoppa and Bjorn Lu
Fast tests are an important foundation for developer efficiency.

3. Why TypeScript Doesn't Include a throws Keyword by Josh Goldberg
At this point I am convinced that TypeScript will continue to eat everything.

4. Diving into the Node.js Website Redesign by Brian Muenzenmeyer
Super interesting - especially if you think about following a similar path.

5. Headless UI - a great components library for Vue & React by Jakub Andrzejewski
I love that headless UIs are getting more and more traction. Also check out React Aria if you are in that space.

6. Power of Partial Prerendering with Bun by Aral Roca
The question is, however, if you really want to run Bun in production at this point.

7. JavaScript Visualized: Promise Execution by Lydia Hallie
Every once in a while there are superb visualizations of core concepts - this is one of them.

8. A scaleable alternative to Tailwind, BEM, and CSS-in-JS by Tero Piirainen
There are a couple of interesting CSS-in-JS alternatives - have development efficiency without paying for it at runtime.

9. ⚛️ Folder Structures in React Projects by Will T.
This is certainly a good selection that you can apply when you don't have settled on a meaningful structure yet.

10. Introducing “pages router” by Sophia Andren
Waku continues to become as generic and useful as it can be. Just don't become the next Next.js - stay lightweight and flexible.

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

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