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TWiW|8.9.19 #88

This week we take a look at how Slack used Service Workers in their desktop app, structuring your lazy loaded layout with skeletons and more!

 

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Implementing skeleton loading in React
Javascript

Implementing skeleton loading in React

By Adrian Bece
Adrian Bece walks us through one way to implement skeleton loading - a concept of a blank screen where dynamic content is replaced by styled blocks until the real content is ready to be displayed
Apple just shipped Web Components to production
HTML

Apple just shipped Web Components to production

By Max Lynch
Apple just launched a Web-based client for their Apple Music service and the community dove in to work out what tech they’re using to make it tick.
Working with Attributes on DOM Elements
Javascript

Working with Attributes on DOM Elements

By Chris Coyier
Chris Coyier discusses the DOM and its quirks when when dealing with attributes.
Service Workers at Slack: Our quest for faster boot times and offline support
Javascript

Service Workers at Slack: Our quest for faster boot times and offline support

By Jim Whimpey
In the latest version of Slack on the desktop, one of the headlining features is a faster boot time. Jim Whimpey talks about the part Service Workers played in this.
Building Steam games with React
Podcast

Building Steam games with React

By Syntax
In this episode, Scott and Wes talk with Drew Conley about building games with Javascript.
 
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