🔥 What's Hot in Web Development? — Weekly Picks #166
Every week we gather the best articles on daily.dev.
This week some important news about Chrome 0-day vulnerability, lots of React content, Vue, and even job interview articles.
So, let's get it started.
A Better Way to Structure React Projects
🗂 A suggestion for a better folder hierarchy for your React projects. The main concept is to create a folder for adapters, contexts, components, styles, and pages.
New Chrome Browser 0-day Under Active Attack - Update Immediately!
‼️ First make sure to update your Chrome now! If you want to read more about the new vulnerability check the article.
A Perfect Linux Distribution
🐧 Doing your first steps towards moving to Linux? This article will help you out choosing the right distro.
Getting Started With useQuery (React Query)
🤖 react-query is one of my favorite React libraries. If you don't know it yet, I encourage you to try it out.
How to Solve Coding Problems with a Simple Four Step Method
🕵️♀️ Are you getting ready for a technical interview? Read this 4-steps method by George Pólya.
Write a Custom Reusable Hook (useFetch)
🛠 Hooks is a powerful React's mechanism. Even though React comes with a set of ready-to-use hooks, in many cases you will need to write your own.
3 underrated web dev youtubers you should check out
📺 If you're into YouTube, you might want to subscribe to these 3 youtubers.
5 Coding Projects You Should Include in Your Front End Portfolio
👷♂️ Building your portfolio? Learn what kind of projects you should build to show-off your skills
Google In Dark Mode
🌚 The author created a dark mode for Google Search. Do you think Google will release a dark mode anytime soon?
Yes, Vue 3 is out but you probably don’t need it 🤷♂️
😅 On days where everyone rushing after the next buzzword, it's refreshing to read such a unique article.
🙌 Wrap Up!
That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week.
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