Following the infamous YouTube trend in the beauty community to post about your favorite things at the end of each month, I decided to go the same route and share what I have managed to for the last 30 days, all completely programming related.
One of the best explanations of an alternative usage when it comes to the web worker API: https://macarthur.me/posts/use-web-workers-for-your-event-listeners#where-things-onclicked-for-me
REST API design guidelines: something small and simple you can read on a bus to work and use it as a reference later:
In a way an eye-opening article on a popular myth I have always believed in about color contrast in the web: https://www.creativejuiz.fr/blog/en/user-experience/there-is-no-myths-of-color-contrast-accessibility
Security on the web (from cookies in your browser to backend authentification strategy), I love a good practical-tip type of articles:
Something on Performance, image optimization was a really interesting topic: https://calendar.perfplanet.com/2019/the-ugly-truth-about-optimising-beautiful-images/
A non-trivial, quirky way to blog about tech, recommended to me by one of my new colleagues: https://www.codemopolitan.com/
One of the best and most consistent tech bloggers I discovered this month on Medium: https://medium.com/@vickieli
A website with one article every day, like a calendar:
A good publication with quality articles on front-end: https://ponyfoo.com/
Purchased and started reading a very hands-on practical book on web security, totally worth your money: https://leanpub.com/wasec
A free book for people beginning their career in coding: https://leanpub.com/firstyearincode
A library that solves the problem of pre-fetching the input options, something small and handy, I definitely will use it more in the future: https://github.com/niksy/x-autosuggest
An article I did not fully understand (but I am striving to):
https://chrispenner.ca/posts/algebraic about the usage of lenses in functional programming to perform data mutations.
For people who are tired of tweaking bootstrap, https://getbuttercake.com/ offers a modular, more modern approach, using CSS Grid.
So I guess that is it for December!
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