Your PWA is going to break, lazy load images, new CSS selectors - Picks #172

Weekly Picks

Yesterday, we hosted the third event of The Monthly Dev. It was such an incredible event that featured Neil Giarratana, Kent C. Dodds, and Katerina Skroumpelou.

Here's the recorded session:

Your PWA is going to break in August 2021

🚨 Google is about to change their criteria for installable websites and it might break your existing PWA. Read the post for more details.

Modern Javascript - III

✨ The third post in the series of Modern JavaScript. Every chapter in the series introduces new features of JavaScript.

The best approach to lazy load images for maximum performance

🚀 Loading images can be such a burden when you want your site to load fast. The method in this article shows a new technique to lazy load images with native support and a third-party library as a fallback.

Git commit message convention that you can follow!

📝 A short introduction to Angular commit message convention. I love this convention and use it almost everywhere.

Did You Know About the :has CSS Selector?

🥳 Getting to know a new CSS selector is always exciting. The new :has selector is not supported by any browser but stay tuned.

Tailwind UI Kit — 600+ components, 30 templates, React, Angular, & Vue support

📦 Tailwind UI Kit (don't confuse with Tailwind CSS) is a new library of prebuilt components and templates for the major frontend frameworks.

Why I use exa instead of ls on Linux

😉 exa is a new replacement for the good-old ls. It's written in Rust and aims to solve modern problems. Learn more about exa in this article.

Why So Serverless?

☁ An excellent introduction to serverless including pros and cons. Check it out

Upcoming Interesting JavaScript ES2021 (ES12) Features to Look for

👀 A recap of the latest ECMAScript features that are about to land

Nozomi - Postman, but automated

🤖 A new subscription-based service for easily scraping data.

🙌 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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