Today’s Five

  • Building An API With Gatsby Functions

    You’ve probably heard about Serverless Functions, but if you haven’t, Serverless Functions provide functionality typically associated with server-side technologies that can be implemented alongside front-end code without getting caught up in server-side infrastructures. With server-side and client-side code coexisting in the same code base, front-end developers like myself can extend the reach of what’s possible […]

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  • Smashing Podcast Episode 42 With Jeff Smith: What Is DevOps?

    In this episode, we’re talking about DevOps. What is it, and is it a string to add to your web development bow? Drew McLellan talks to expert Jeff Smith to find out. Show Notes Jeff on Twitter Jeff’s book Operations Anti-Patterns, DevOps Solutions Attainable DevOps Weekly Update Bridging The Gap Between Designers And Developers written […]

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  • Solving CLS Issues In A Next.js-Powered E-Commerce Website (Case Study)

    Fairprice is one of the largest online grocery stores in Singapore. We are continuously looking out for areas of opportunities to improve the user’s online shopping experience. Performance is one of the core aspects to ensure our users are having a delightful user experience irrespective of their devices or network connection. There are many key […]

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  • Tips And Tricks For Evaluating UX/UI Designers

    When a company’s digital representation lacks a dedicated UX/UI design team, it can be hard to produce something that stands out from the crowd. The best designers and agencies have a touch of magic about them, transforming your company’s goals, customers’ demands, user specifications, and design instruments into a beneficial experience for both users and […]

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  • Smart CSS Solutions For Common UI Challenges

    It’s incredible to see what we can do with CSS today, especially if you still remember how difficult it once was to figure out stacking contexts or why margins collapsed and why top: float didn’t work. In this post, we’ll look at just that: exciting and fun things we can do with CSS, exploring common […]

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