Advanced Frontend Links of the Week

30th part of the series - advanced links in the area of web frontend development.

Happy May everyone! Since May the Fourth is coming up I also wanted to give you extra powers through a set of outstanding #posts and #articles in the #frontend #webdev space. May the force be with you!

1. A brief history of web development. And why your framework doesn't matter. by Bahaa Zidan
A wonderful read with great insights. Long story short: React is here to stay.

2. Svelte 5 Release Candidate by Svelte Team
Talking about React - how about a bit of Svelte? Svelte 5 is around the corner!

3. The Difference Between b and strong in HTML – Explained with Examples by Joan Ayebola
It's all about semantics.

4. Uno Platform 5.2 Released – One Project To Rule Them All by Nick
Uno is an underrated project that lives in the shadows of Blazor, but comes with a lot of power.

5. Model Texture Transition and Procedural Radial Noise using WebGL by Mohammed Amine Bourouis
Really awesome demos - I need to use this somewhere.

6. The Front End Developer/Engineer Handbook 2024 by Cody Lindley
A quite comprehensive guide - even micro frontends are covered!

7. Using Vite To Rebuild Local Dependencies in an NPM Workspace by Prospo
For some reason it does not do this out of the box!

8. Measuring Performance with the JavaScript Performance API by Hassan Djirdeh
It's one of the essential APIs for actually tracking performance reliably.

9. Node.js 22 arrives, backs ECMAScript modules by Paul Krill
Switch now!

10. Native Support for CJS/ESM Interoperability Begins in Node.js 22 by Zachary Lee
More details on why only synchronous ESM graphs are supported and what that implies for your code.

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

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