Part 2 in the saga of Concurrent React and Suspense; going over what got shipped in React 18, what comes next, and how it all fits together.
Written by Fatih Altinok, who cares a lot about user experience, teamwork and functional programming.
If you are a long-time React user, you might be wondering for the past few years about when Concurrent Mode/Suspense will ship. The plans to…
Web development is in much better shape than it ever was before. It's both easier to build products and the products we build are much more user-friendly. We see an increasing emphasis on performance, consistency, and accessibility. Here are some advancements in web development that I expect to see in 2021.
I will walk you through my decision process in a pet project and provide some retrospective.
Boy scout rule is taken as gospel in software engineering, but while good intentioned it actually can be harmful.
The holy grail of serverless databases. Does it really exist?
My personal journey with remote work throughout my career.
So I lost 10 kilograms in the last 2 months. I know it's not groundbreaking, but it's the first time I saw actual progress in my weight loss journey, so I decided to share my tips with you.
An argument about different types of arguments.
Maybe there's a solution between a microservice and a monolith.
The browsers are now module aware and we may no longer need to transpile and bundle dependencies.
I recently stumbled upon a problem when I was exploring how to handle a corner case in our web app. For a special case, we were considering…
...and the motivation for my first project, Dropbox Window
The curious story of a summer spent studying
I completed the The Elements of Computing Systems course, a.k.a. Nand2Tetris just now, and I wanted to share what I learned from it while my…