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Introducing Zero-Bundle-Size React Server Components
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Introducing Zero-Bundle-Size React Server Components – React Blog

Introducing Zero-Bundle-Size React Server Components


The React team just shared their research into zero-bundle-size React Server Components. If you do any serious React, you should check out their announcement and the attached video.

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HTML Over The Wire | Hotwire

HTML Over The Wire


Hotwire is an alternative approach to building modern web applications without using much JavaScript by sending HTML instead of JSON over the wire.

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AnimXYZ

AnimXYZ


AnimXYZ is a framework-agnostic library that allows you to build composable CSS animations!

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How Do Computers Remember?

How Do Computers Remember?


A very engaging video that explores some of the basics of computer memory: latches, flip flops, and registers.

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API pagination design

API pagination design


Returning all results for a given query could be a challenge for an API, especially if there are thousands of results. This article explores few options about how you might go implementing a pagination for such an API.

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Here Lies Flash » Mike Industries

Here Lies Flash


On December 31, 2020 Flash was officially decommissioned... We just said our final goodbyes to one of the most important internet technologies that ever lived... What happens now?

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How to Favicon in 2021: Six files that fit most needs — Martian Chronicles

How to Favicon in 2021: Six files that fit most needs


Prefer SVG over PNG, trust browsers to downscale, drop obscure formats—the ultimate, exhaustive guide to favicons for modern web. Includes steps for static HTML and Wepback!

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Book of the week

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Laravel: Up and Running: A Framework for Building Modern PHP Apps
by Matt Stauffer

What sets Laravel apart from other PHP web frameworks? Speed and simplicity, for starters. This rapid application development framework and its vast ecosystem of tools let you quickly build new sites and applications with clean, readable code. With this practical guide, Matt Stauffer -a leading teacher and developer in the Laravel community- provides the definitive introduction to one of today's most popular web frameworks. The book's high-level overview and concrete examples will help experienced PHP web developers get started with Laravel right away.
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