Great! The new 2018 is already here! But the level of your energy is still low. Maybe you were partying too hard. Or maybe 2017 left you completely exhausted. And, to be honest, we’re not able to help you with this. All we can do is sharing something incredible and inspiring with you. Like the last scope of news, we prepared in our Syndicode Digest #37 – Newborn Generator!
- PWA or AMP? We already covered this topic in our article about PWA. Here you will find additional information about comparing these two technologies. Like if your website is mainly content based, then AMP will fit perfectly, but if you have an eCommerce website, you can never ignore PWA…
- Bad news. A fundamental design flaw in Intel’s processor chips has forced a significant redesign of the Linux and Windows kernels to defang the chip-level security bug. There are updates to be made to Linux and Windows that will incur a performance hit on Intel products. We’re looking at a ballpark figure of five to 30 percent slow down, depending on the task and the processor model.
- Meanwhile, we suggest you explore the list of the most viewed AWS security blog posts in 2017.
- Meet new Flexbox guides on MDN that show the real use cases of Flexbox and cases where Grid should be used instead. The work of specification with Writing Modes, Box Alignment and ordering of items is also clarified in this guides.
- Dokku is a self-hosted Platform as a service (PaaS) powered by Heroku. You can easily deploy a range of applications like Ruby, Node.js, Go and so on. Dokku has a simple core that is easy to hack and add the features you need to get your job done.
- Explore lesser-known, but excellent alternative JS frameworks: Inferno, Svelte, and Preact. If your project prioritizes performance, then these frameworks deserve consideration and might be replaced by well-known React and Vue. But if they meet your needs, give them a try.
- Two simple tools for reviewing code in Ruby considered effective for quickly getting coverage for code changes: simplecov custom group and pronto-simplecov.
- This CSS3 UI specification describes user interface related properties and values that are proposed for CSS level 3 to style HTML and XML (including XHTML).
- 18 UI/UX design trends for 2018 predicted by designers from famous enterprises. “Design tools will make a designer out of everyone”…