This week presents us with a nicely written post about Imperative vs Declarative. It is a fascinating read on URL parts, an easy guide on how to Build NextJS, J/S quirks observation and CSS @Property. For Friday’s mode, there is a fun story about AI Town and who lives there.
I doubt if there is an even better resource to understand URLs. For example, what is the difference between site and origin?
“Many (if not all) declarative APIs have some sort of imperative implementation.” So, this article walks through and explains those two implementations in detail.
It looks like a nice step-by-step tutorial on starting with Nextjs. It covers Vercel, GitHub, Postgres DB and the basics of Nextjs.
Plenty of articles explain that quirk 0.1 + 0.2, but this goes into depth and explains in detail all the bits (pun intended) and integers.
Another interesting observation article about the current state of the JS world and where we are heading
Basically, @property is like a typescript for CSS. It also gives new possibilities for Themes and Animations. This is a lovely post with loads of colourful examples.
Useful information about HTML elements, roles, and what an aria-label is for.
Build your town with characters (each with a different personality), and let them live and learn. Basically, it is a Matrix with you in control (maybe not).