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TWiW|16.6.19 #77

This week we take a look at performance optimisation with hooks, CSS custom properties vs. SASS variables, HTML and more!

 

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The reduce ({…spread}) anti-pattern
JavaScript

The reduce ({…spread}) anti-pattern

By Rich Snapp
Rich Snapp discusses why using the spread operator within a reduce is an anti-pattern and his recommended alternative.
When to useMemo and useCallback
Performance

When to useMemo and useCallback

By Kent C. Dodds
Performance optimisations *always* come with a cost but do not always come with a benefit. Kent C. Dodds talks about the costs and benefits of useMemo and useCallback.
CSS

Why we prefer CSS custom properties to SASS variables

By Sebastiano Guerriero
Sebastiano Guerriero shares the advantages of using custom properties over SASS variables and some practical examples of how CSS variables can enhance your workflow.
HTML is the Web
HTML

HTML is the Web

By Pete Lambert
Pete Lambert discusses his observation whereby Front End Engineers are no longer concerned with doing HTML properly.
Debugging Tools + Tips
Podcast

Debugging Tools + Tips

By SynTax
In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk about debugging — tools, techniques and the mindset needed to debug a problem and get through it as quickly as possible.
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