To be honest, every next digest we publish is a clone of the previous one. Because we talk about the same topics and use the same storytelling model. But why it should be different if the way we have chosen is optimal? The news is interesting and different, and the descriptions are coherent, clear and laconic. So we cloning our digest but we do this with the creative approach. Enjoy our Syndicode Digest #30 – Artful Clone!
- In reviewing code, you make many choices: what to focus on, how to frame feedback, when to approve and so on. Pay attention to the quality and read about some options and techniques for better code review.
- The power of Flexbox and Grids technologies working together. Easy customization and great browser support are more than enough to welcome CSS Grids into our everyday tooling.
- Read about the new framework with no default theme called Tailwind (it is not a UI kit). It provides highly composable, low-level utility classes that make it easy to build complex user interfaces without encouraging any two sites to look the same.
- Learn how to handle PropTypes in React: some helpful tips and examples of keeping your client-side PropTypes and your server-side API code in sync.
- The library with 4836 fully customizable free SVG icons. Neat!
- Simplifying Git daily usage with a script.
- Any true search expert will tell you that few engineers have a very deep understanding of how search engines work, the knowledge that’s often needed to improve search quality. Here’s the “search engine map” for an aspiring search engine engineer: problems, tools, datasets, libraries and even tutorials. (You should really add this to your bookmarks).
- The full potential of GraphQL is not unlocked yet. Explore its caching, tracing, schema stitching, and GraphQL’s future from GraphQL Summit 2017.