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Monitoring and Performance Wrap Up - July 2020

raygun_staff profile image Raygun Staff Updated on ・2 min read

Hi! I'm Helen, one of your friendly mods looking after the #monitoring and #performance tags.

At the end of each month, I'll be showcasing some of the great posts, projects, and insights from the Dev community.


Our first post this month is from Cédric from the Bearer.sh. This post tells the story of rearchitecting with performance in mind. Sometimes the best solution at the time isn't the best solution forever.



Basti returns to the wrap up for a second month with two more posts on "Making the Most out of Asynchronous JavaScript". Check them out for top tips on ES6 promises and async functions.



Next up, Prasanjit in their first post here on Dev tackles how to manage forms in React and keeping them performing well as your app scales.



Giancarlo from the Angular team then writes about async rendering - the process of rendering items on screen is scattered so that the browser won't block until all items have been rendered.



Sticking with Angular, Natalia then writes about building with Angular, Scully, and super-fast static HTML rendering. Natalia is also participating as a trainer in the upcoming Angular conference



Py is up next with two posts on Android vitals - an initiative by Google to improve the stability and performance of Android devices. Check out both posts for more on tracking performance in production apps.



Our last post this month is from Vani who has been investigating the performance of JavaScript holey arrays. They take more steps than a packed array causing performance differences. Check out the post, and the comments for more.




That's all for this month! Check out the #monitoring and #performance tags for more and I'll see you next month for another wrap-up.

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