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TWiW|15.9.19 #89

This week we take a look at two newly introduced HTML attributes, speeding up the Spread Operator, what Component Driven Development is and more!

 

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A guide to Component Driven Development
JavaScript

A guide to Component Driven Development

By Eden
Eden discusses how you let modular components drive the development of your web applications.
How to accelerate the JavaScript spread operator
JavaScript

How to accelerate the JavaScript spread operator

By Dmitri Pavlutin
The spread operator is not the most performant way to introduce one object into another, Dmitri Pavlutin discusses his investigation on how to boost the performance.
Evolving "nofollow" – new ways to identify the nature of links
HTML

Evolving 'nofollow' – new ways to identify the nature of links

By Danny Sullivan + Gary
Google introduced the `nofollow` attribute to help fight spam over 15 years ago, now they’re introducing two new ones which will allow google search to identify the nature of links.
Recreating Netlify’s neat-o sliding button effect
CSS

Recreating Netlify's neat-o sliding button effect

By Geoff Graham
Geoff Graham has recreated Netlify’s popular sliding button effect and with this tutorial you can too.
Moving from PHP to Node
Podcast

Moving from PHP to Node

By SynTax
Scott and Wes talk about moving from PHP to Node — pitfalls to avoid, best practices and more!
 
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