[webfinds] Shouting at your screen to prefetch some Word ArtTuesday, January 29th, 2019 at 2:28 pm
As people complained that I post too many links to follow on Twitter (it is my stream of consciousness – as I find it, I post it), I’m starting to release these link lists every few days now. Hopefully that helps.
- Doug Sillars telling us that not all your base belong to us in Performance Anti-Patterns: Base64 Encoding
- Katie Hempenius gives in-depth information on when to use and when not in All about prefetching
- Jordan Irabor has some good insight into Browser Rendering Optimizations for Frontend Development
- On Algorithms and Interviewing talks about the painful experiences of interviews not matching with your job
- On the other hand Obosi Philip gives us a Gentle introduction to algorithms and data structures
- Software Galaxies visualizes dependencies among most popular package managers. Every star in this visualization represents a package.
- Peter Barr gives you a great reason to shout at your screen with Variable font by volume demo
- Don’t you miss the beauty of WordArt? Katherine Kato is here to help with her CSS Word Art generator