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This is a really valuable contribution to the community. A lot of people want better performance for their framework of choice but can’t get buy-in for time and resources to devote to this kind of endeavor. The ability to start with a baseline of high performance and good lighthouse scores is incredibly valuable, allowing developers …
Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world […]read more
If you’ve got a blog that gets plenty of traffic but you’re still struggling to make money – you might be looking for new ways to monetise your site and start making a good profit. Thankfully, you’ve already done the hard part. Generating traffic. Sometimes all your site needs is a few simple tweaks to […]read more
If you keep up with the jargon within the web development and design industry it’s likely that at some point you will have come across the term “duck” at least once or twice. Apart from it being fun to feed bread to them, ducks in the web industry hold at least two completely different meanings.
One of them is referred to as rubber duck debugging, which is when you to talk to a rubber duck toy to …
You can’t call yourself a marketer if you don’t know how to work with data. Statistics, research, and data are the critical aspects that drive every business toward success….
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Just a decade ago user interfaces that used animations were avoided, being most often associated with popups and flashing ads, but this has changed. Today details of interaction design and animation make a fundamental difference on modern websites and in modern apps. This mindset shift is clearly expressed in Zurb’s statement: We’re no longer just […]read more
React provides two standard ways to grab values from
<form> elements. The first method is to implement what are called controlled components (see my blog post on the topic) and the second is to use React’s
Controlled components are heavy duty. The defining characteristic of a controlled component is the displayed value is bound to component state. To update the value, you execute a function attached to the
onChange event handler on the form element. The
Exactly as I did the other week, Laurie Voss saw a tweet about the complication of front-end development and responded.
From the outside, front end development in 2017 looks pathologically overcomplicated. Is this a fair perception? If so, why is it happening?
— Pinboard (@Pinboard) May 21, 2017
The replies to Maciej’s tweet are interesting to read. They fall roughly into two camps:
- Older/not front-end developers: because the web is shit!
- Current front-end developers: because shit is hard!