This week brings news on Astro, Firefox improved Vue performance by 40%, why you don’t need to learn Svelte and more news.
I bet you already saw the news about Astro. My only comment is that Svelte also added View Transitions, but according to Astro, Svelte is not the major Framework. However, I heard only good feedback about Astro, so congrats on their release! Also, they added Image Optimisation and improved Rendering performance.
Also, the transition spec Level 2 is out https://www.w3.org/TR/2023/WD-css-transitions-2-20230905/
On other Astro news - Astro Studio from 2024
“It's not a web hosting company. It's not a CMS. It's something entirely new for the web ecosystem and will be available exclusively for Astro. We're calling it: Astro Studio.”
(This is not Svelte vs Astro, this post came up almost accidentally.)
While on Svelte: https://svelte.dev/blog/whats-new-in-svelte-september-2023
Because you already know it. I really suggest spending 5 minutes on this article, which will show you the main points of Svelte
In short, not all Lazy loading is good, not all Async loading CSS is good, and, of course, there is a catch with the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) image.
Honestly, this is not a way I usually find and visit a website, but it is not a bad use case.
Loads of scary calc() mixed with clam() and sprinkled with sticky positions. It's really good to read if you enjoy CSS.
Cute place. I probably spent a few minutes simply moving my cursor around the page. Be warned 🙂
Old but still a good post: https://medium.com/refactoring-ui/7-practical-tips-for-cheating-at-design-40c736799886
I like this trend.
This is a very nice, sharp-to-the-point tutorial on how to create a simple Chrome extension