Welcome to my Weekly Digest #50 and Happy Holidays everyone!
This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.
HTTP compression is an important part of the big web performance picture. We’ll cover the history, the current state, and the future of web compression.
Last week we hosted our 6th React Conf. In previous years, we’ve used the React Conf stage to deliver industry-changing announcements such as React Native and React Hooks. This year, we shared our multi-platform vision for React, starting with the release of React 18 and the gradual adoption of concurrent features.
Big companies, like Google & Facebook, store all their code in a single monolithic repository or monorepo… but why? Learn how to use tools like NPM or Yarn workspaces, Lerna, Nx, and Turborepo to scale your codebase
On this episode of Designing in the Browser, we’re going to take a look at dark mode with our host Una Kravets.
Let’s take a look at some of the color features in DevTools.
Studying for a tech interview sucks. Here's an open-source cheat sheet to help
Studying for a tech interview sucks. Here's an open source cheat sheet to help
Tech Interview Cheat Sheet
This list is meant to be both a quick guide and reference for further research into these topics. It's basically a summary of that comp sci course you never took or forgot about, so there's no way it can cover everything in depth.
This is an open source, community project, and I am grateful for all the help I can get. If you find a mistake make a PR and please have a source so I can confirm the correction. If you have any suggestions feel free to open an issue.
This project now has actual code challenges! This challenges are meant to cover the topics you'll read below. Maybe you'll see them in an interview and maybe you won't. Either way you'll probably learn something new. Click here for more
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High-performance React Native Graphics using Skia
Checkout the full documentation here.
React Native Skia brings the Skia Graphics Library to React Native. Skia serves as the graphics engine for Google Chrome and Chrome OS, Android, Flutter, Mozilla Firefox and, Firefox OS, and many other products.
This is an alpha release. Use with caution.
React Native Skia brings the Skia Graphics Library to React Native Skia serves as the graphics engine for Google Chrome and Chrome OS, Android, Flutter, Mozilla Firefox and, Firefox OS, and many other products.
When reading these lines, the package is not yet available on npm Use the link below to install the package.
$ yarn add https://github.com/Shopify/react-native-skia/releases/download/v0.1.43-alpha/shopify-react-native-skia-0.1.43.tgz
Or using npm:
$ npm install https://github.com/Shopify/react-native-skia/releases/download/v0.1.43-alpha/shopify-react-native-skia-0.1.43.tgz
pod install on the
Currently, you will need Android NDK to be installed
If you have Android Studio installed, make sure
$ANDROID_NDK is available.
ANDROID_NDK=/Users/username/Library/Android/sdk/ndk-bundle for instance.
If the NDK…
by Raju Husen
by Halo Mobile
Stefan JudisFor the git CLI users. 🙈
Today I learned that the `patch` options (e.g. when using `git add -p`) are quite useful. 👏20:30 PM - 15 Dec 2021
by Jon Kantner
In this Hasty Treat, Wes and Scott talk about how to do things in Svelte.
You might recognize Ben Evans from his absolutely incredible CSS “paintings”, like the portrait of his daughter or the still life. Paintings aren’t the quiet word as Ben designs them all to be entirely scalable.
Thank you for reading, talk to you next week, and stay safe! 👋