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Lessons from Developing an App on the iPad in Swift Playgrounds from Start to Finish (Including Publishing on the App Store) — 🐙 Cephalopod Studio
Lessons from Developing an App on the iPad in Swift Playgrounds from Start to Finish (Including Publishing on the App Store) — 🐙 Cephalopod Studio
I didn’t know entirely what I was getting myself into by making an app on the iPad. I went in aware of its limitations and tried to think of a little something I could make for myself that would be useful and extremely simple. Thus I settled on the love song of so many developers, the thing that
·cephalopod.studio·
Lessons from Developing an App on the iPad in Swift Playgrounds from Start to Finish (Including Publishing on the App Store) — 🐙 Cephalopod Studio
CSS Fingerprint
CSS Fingerprint
CSS fingerprinting, no JS required!
·csstracking.dev·
CSS Fingerprint
Tao of React - Software Design, Architecture & Best Practices
Tao of React - Software Design, Architecture & Best Practices
I’ve been working with React since 2016 and still there isn’t a single best practice when it comes to application structure and design. While there are best…
·alexkondov.com·
Tao of React - Software Design, Architecture & Best Practices
Understanding the Power of LISP
Understanding the Power of LISP
Notable programmers describe understanding and coding in LISP as a semi-religious experience. What gives the language this power?
·joshbradley.me·
Understanding the Power of LISP
Stupid Patterns
Stupid Patterns
Stupid patterns on the web (and how to prevent your bank account from getting hacked)
·darshit.dev·
Stupid Patterns
8 Reasons why Clojure is a better Java than Java
8 Reasons why Clojure is a better Java than Java
Clojure is better than Java at its own game. Using code examples, we dive into what makes Java, Java. Then we see why Clojure does Java better.
·purelyfunctional.tv·
8 Reasons why Clojure is a better Java than Java
ReactiveConf 2018 - Mark Dalgleish: Sketching in the Browser
ReactiveConf 2018 - Mark Dalgleish: Sketching in the Browser
29th - 31st October 2018, Prague, Czech Republic https://reactiveconf.com/ Main stage ------------------------------------------------------------------- Sketching in the Browser Keeping developers and designers in sync is an ongoing challenge for our industry, with each discipline working in completely different mediums. In the past few years, we've seen mass adoption of component systems with locally-scoped styles, which has led directly to the emergence of tools like react-sketchapp and html-sketchapp that allow us to generate static design assets from real production code. Now, we're beginning to see a real feedback loop from development back into design—but what does this mean for traditional design processes? What does this mean for the future of front-end development? In this talk, Mark began to answer these questions by running through a real-world example of this technique, had a closer look at how it all works, and showed you how you can start experimenting with this yourself.
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ReactiveConf 2018 - Mark Dalgleish: Sketching in the Browser
ReactiveConf 2018: Robin Frischmann - Reusability: Sharing Components
ReactiveConf 2018: Robin Frischmann - Reusability: Sharing Components
29th - 31st October 2018, Prague, Czech Republic https://reactiveconf.com/ Main stage ------------------------------------------------------------------- Reausability: Sharing Components Reusability is often listed as one of the core benefits of component-based architectures. While in theory it’s pretty straight-forward, in practice, writing truly reusable components is way more complicated. How do we customize styling? how to render to non-browser environments? There are all valid questions and issues with current solutions. But, following some rules and patterns can help to minify the problems. Follow me along my quest to achieve maximal reusability and delightful component sharing.
·youtube.com·
ReactiveConf 2018: Robin Frischmann - Reusability: Sharing Components
How to write a transpiler - Strumenta
How to write a transpiler - Strumenta
How to write a transpiler. A transpiler is a program that can process code in a certain language and generate the corresponding code in another language.
·tomassetti.me·
How to write a transpiler - Strumenta
CSS in 2022
CSS in 2022
With 2021 coming to an end and, let's take a look at what what we can expect from CSS and browsers in 2022.
·bram.us·
CSS in 2022
sreegs
sreegs
alright let's talk about Apple and Tumblr's current predicament. If you don't know already, I used to work at Tumblr as an iOS engineer. Though I keep in touch with current staff at Tumblr (what...
·sreegs.tumblr.com·
sreegs
Rich Harris - Rethinking reactivity
Rich Harris - Rethinking reactivity
Modern JavaScript frameworks are all about reactivity. Change your application's state, and the view updates automatically. But there's a catch — tracking state changes at runtime adds overhead that eats into your bundle size and performance budgets. In this talk, we'll discover an alternative approach: moving reactivity into the language itself. Your apps have never been smaller or faster than they're about to become. Slides: https://rethinking-reactivity.surge.sh/ YGLF 2019: Code Camp Blog - Rich Harris: https://www.israel.yglfconf.com/post/meet-the-speaker-rich-harris
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Rich Harris - Rethinking reactivity
The Future of Svelte (Interview with Rich Harris)
The Future of Svelte (Interview with Rich Harris)
In this 45-minute interview, hear Rich Harris (the creator of Svelte) talk about its plans for the future. Other topics include funding open-source, SvelteKi...
·youtube.com·
The Future of Svelte (Interview with Rich Harris)