This weeks collection of links we found useful and/or fun. Tech heavy this time, so sit down relax and pop your favourite energy drink.
- Handling arrays in React is no joke. Seriously people, no laughing matter. Here are some arguments on using ternaries rather than && in JSX.
- Pure server-rendering is a bit of a hype these days. Hydration is a solution to add interactivity to server-rendered HTML.
Design of the Week
- Design for performance is a design heavy and UX hectic site about a course presented in a ways that actually works better on mobile.
- Rest your eyes on this! Visual goodness out of the Swedish music studio Studio Barnhus.
- Alright Studios is alright.
- A sweet way to utilise transitions in sizing windows on desktops.
Tech of the week
- There's a lot happening in this neat webXR demo. Here's what you get if you put Local world surface estimation + UserMediaAPI + Projective Texturing + Hand Tracking together.
- The first CMS made entirely for SQL databases in the form of Basedash is out. Seems very easy to use, finally removing some complexities from working with SQL. All without the need to create admin panels.
- Lexical is extensible text editor framework that promises to do things differently.
- @amasad showcasing a Prototype of DALL·E 2 x Replit integration. We love these types of AI integrations, where you can simply state what you want in plain text.
- Now available to everyone! Amplify Studio is a visual interface that simplifies front- and backend development for web and mobile applications.
- Contentlayer is a content SDK that validates and transforms your content into type-safe JSON data you can easily import into your application. What Prisma is for databases, Contentlayer is for content, typesafe all the way through.
Adieu. See you next Friday.