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Freebies & Resources Helping Browsers Optimize With The CSS Contain Property

In this article, I’m going to introduce a CSS Specification that has just become a W3C Recommendation. The CSS Containment Specification defines a single property, contain, and it can help you to explain to the browser which parts of your layout are independent and will not need recalculating if some other part of the layout changes. … Continue reading “Helping Browsers Optimize With The CSS Contain Property”

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Technology & Business How the Internet Has Changed Everyday Life

The Internet has turned our existence upside down. It has revolutionized communications, to the extent that it is now our preferred medium of everyday communication. In almost everything we do, we use the Internet. Ordering a pizza, buying a television, sharing a moment with a friend, sending a picture over instant messaging. Before the Internet, … Continue reading “How the Internet Has Changed Everyday Life”

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Interactive & Visual Design Blurred Lines: The Future of UX & UI

The role, influence, and impact of design thinking in product development have garnered tremendous respect and prominence in the past two decades. The perception and role of the designer on the product team are transforming from that of being the team’s “artist,” to that of being the team’s “product strategist”. This mental shift underscores the … Continue reading “Blurred Lines: The Future of UX & UI”

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Freebies & Resources Progressive Web App

Progressive Web App, aka PWA, is the best way for developers to make their web applications load faster and more performant. In a brief, PWAs are websites, which use recent web standards to allow for installation on the user’s computer or device. It delivers an app-like experience to users. The most famous example of Twitter, … Continue reading “Progressive Web App”

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Technology & Business Serverless Computing

A major factor in the increased adoption of the cloud by enterprise IT was its pay-as-you-go model where a customer pays only for resources leased from the cloud provider and has the ability to get as many resources as needed with no up-front cost (elasticity). Unfortunately, the burden of scaling was left for developers and … Continue reading “Serverless Computing”

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