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Weekly Digest 17/2021

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #17 which is the first one for May.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.

Interesting articles to read

CSS Hell

Collection of common CSS mistakes, and how to fix them.

CSS Hell - To Hell with bad CSS!

Faster builds for large sites on Netlify with On-demand Builders

Learn how On-demand Builders improve build times for large sites on Netlify. They help the Jamstack support larger websites and more dynamic apps across any JavaScript framework.

Get Faster Builds for Large Sites on Netlify: On-demand Builders

What Questions Should You Ask in a Software Engineer Interview?

Often, we focus on acing the interview; however, we need to remember that the process is a two-way street.

What Questions Should You Ask in a Software Engineer Interview?

JavaScript Temporal API- A Fix for the Date API

JavaScript has a bad date handling API because the Date object implementation was copied directly from Java’s Date Class. Java maintainers eventually deprecated many of Date class methods and created the Calendar Class in 1997 to replace it.

JavaScript Temporal API- A Fix for the Date API

Some great videos I watched this week

Console is more than just log!

We're going to cover console.count, assert, table, time, group and trace.

by Leigh Halliday

CSS Container Queries Polyfill

by LevelUpTuts

Sass in 100 Seconds

Learn the basics of Sass (SCSS) or syntactically awesome stylesheets. Sass is a language and compiler the can make your CSS code more efficient and programmatic

by Fireship

Let’s defer generating 400+ pages in our build using Eleventy Cloud and On-demand Builders

by Zach Leatherman

Using Context to Build a Light/Dark Theme

In this lesson, we'll leverage context and hooks to build a global light/dark theme in our app.

by React Native School

Is This The Best JavaScript Extension?

Quokka.js is an extension available for multiple editors that allows you to write JavaScript code on a scratchpad. This scratchpad will auto-update whenever you make changes which makes it the perfect tool for learning, writing, or debugging code. I highly recommend you give it a shot.

by Web Dev Simplified

Useful GitHub repositories

Design Resources for Developers

A curated list of design and UI resources from stock photos, web templates, CSS frameworks, UI libraries, tools, and much more

GitHub logo bradtraversy / design-resources-for-developers

Curated list of design and UI resources from stock photos, web templates, CSS frameworks, UI libraries, tools and much more

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Please read contributing guidelines before submitting new resources.

Table of Contents

UI Graphics

Websites and resources with modern UI components in different formats such as PSD, Sketch, Figma, etc. They are great for ideas for web components/UI

Website                            Description
UI Design Daily Awesome UI Components of all types
100 Daily UI Free Figma library of products, elements, and screens
Sketch App Sources Sketch UIs, wireframes, icons and much more

React Navigation 5

Routing and navigation for your React Native apps

GitHub logo react-navigation / react-navigation

Routing and navigation for your React Native apps

React Navigation 6

Build Status Code Coverage MIT License

Routing and navigation for your React Native apps.

Documentation can be found at

If you are looking for version 4, the code can be found in the 4.x branch.

Package Versions


Please read through our contribution guide to get started!

Installing from a fork on GitHub

Since we use a monorepo, it's not possible to install a package from the repository URL. If you need to install a forked version from Git, you can use gitpkg.

First install gitpkg:

yarn global add gitpkg
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Then follow these steps to publish and install a forked package:

  1. Fork this repo to your account and clone the forked repo to your local machine
  2. Open a Terminal and cd to the location of the cloned repo
  3. Run yarn to install any dependencies
  4. If you…

The Algorithms - Python

All Algorithms implemented in Python

GitHub logo TheAlgorithms / Python

All Algorithms implemented in Python

The Algorithms - Python

Gitpod Ready-to-Code Contributions Welcome Donate Discord chat Gitter chat
GitHub Workflow Status LGTM pre-commit code style: black

All algorithms implemented in Python - for education

Implementations are for learning purposes only. As they may be less efficient than the implementations in the Python standard library, use them at your discretion.

Getting Started

Read through our Contribution Guidelines before you contribute.

Community Channels

We're on Discord and Gitter! Community channels are great for you to ask questions and get help. Please join us!

List of Algorithms

See our directory for easier navigation and better overview of the project.

dribbble shots

Job Finder App

by Andri

Crypter® – NFT marketplace

by Tran Mau Tri Tam

Educora - Web UI Kit

by Yousuf Saymon

Learner app

by Asish Sunny

Delivery Food Mobile Apps

by Indah Ratna Sari


Picked Pens

iPhone 12 purple

by Mina

Apple Keynote animation

by Louis Hoebregts

Make the web less boring

by Andy Bell

Peter's Blinds with CSS

by Jhey

Podcasts worth listening

Kent C. Dodds - Software Engineer Educator at Kent C. Dodds Tech

Kent goes through his journey from full-time software engineer to full-time SE educator, the mindset of a junior dev, ways to solidify one's knowledge, and best ways to get a job.

Hasty Treat - Git Rebase Explained

In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about Git Rebase — what it is and how and when to use it!

The CSS Podcast - @font-face

In this episode, Una and Adam talk about font adjustments when being used within @font-face. When fonts are loaded, there's an opportunity to provide default values and fine-tunings.

TypeScript Fundamentals — Getting a Bit Deeper

In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes continue their discussion of TypeScript Fundamentals with a deeper diver into more advanced use cases.

Thank you for reading, talk to you next week, and stay safe! 👋

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