Yes, learn something daily in one of the advents, or at least build a creepy face….
These links you MUST see!!!
- React Christmas – advent calendar
- CSS Christmas – advent calendar
- Web design and development articles and tutorials for advent ◆ 24 ways
General topic links, they might fit in other categories, or multiple, or….
- SQL, Java Top List of Most In-Demand Tech Skills
- The most copied StackOverflow snippet of all time is flawed! | Programming.Guide
- pg-structure – Reverse engineer PostgreSQL database as a detailed JS Object
- Diagram.Codes – Diagram generation tool
- Home Assistant – Open source home automation
- Fibery | Yet another collaboration tool
- Switching in Swift
- Apple Is Trying to Kill Web Technology – OneZero
- Oh, the Suspense!
- GitHub – jaydenseric/graphql-react: A GraphQL client for React using modern context and hooks APIs that is lightweight (< 2.5 KB size limited) but powerful; the first Relay and Apollo alternative with server side rendering.
- GitHub – cawfree/react-cola: WebCola for React.
- GitHub – rehooks/local-storage: React hook which syncs localStorage[key] with the comp.
- Switch it up with CSS custom properties
- An Introduction to the Picture-in-Picture Web API | CSS-Tricks
- The Firefox UI is now built with Web Components – Brian Grinstead
- Status update on Web Games technologies | W3C Blog
- How to Use New CSS “:is()” for Easy Element Targeting
- Thinking in React Hooks
- HEAD – A free guide to <head> elements
- CSS Layout – 60+ layouts
- Firefox 71: A year-end arrival – Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
- How to fight back against Google AMP as a web user and a web developer – Marko Saric
- Microsoft has turned Outlook into a Progressive Web App – The Verge
- Six Web Performance Technologies to Watch in 2020 – Simon Hearne
- Base Web – Introducing React View, an Interactive Playground for Your Components
- World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) brings a new language to the Web as WebAssembly becomes a W3C Recommendation
Some interesting links for the iOS developers out there
- GitHub – AppPear/ChartView: ChartView made in SwiftUI
- GitHub – timbersoftware/SwiftUI-Introspect: Introspect underlying UIKit components from SwiftUI
- Swift Documentation | Sarun
- SwiftUI · Race Condition
- How To Create Fun Animations in SwiftUI – Better Programming – Medium
- Safely Updating The View State – The SwiftUI Lab
- GitHub – WeTransfer/Diagnostics: Allow users to easily share Diagnostics with your support team to improve the flow of fixing bugs.
- Using SPM for Xcode build phase tools – Apptek Studios
Some interesting links for the Android developers out there
- Name your .apk & .aab files | Giorgos Neokleous
- How to Support Themes in Custom Views for Android Apps | Infinum
- Kotlin: Serialization – Styling Android
- How to Promote an App on the App Store and Google Play
Flutter is a cross platform framework, trying to cross the native mobile, web and desktop environments. My current choice for cross platform dev!
- React Native vs Flutter: A comparison from a real project experience perspective
- How is Flutter Different from Native, Web-view, and Other Cross-platform Frameworks
Ah, UX, important and interesting!
A list of links around node.js
- GitHub – enquirer/enquirer: Stylish, intuitive and user-friendly prompts.
- How To Create a Node.js Module | DigitalOcean
- GitHub – connor4312/cockatiel: A resilience and transient-fault-handling library that allows developers to express policies such as Backoff, Retry, Circuit Breaker, Timeout, Bulkhead Isolation, and Fallback. Inspired by .NET Polly.
- Node v13.3.0 (Current) | Node.js
- What’s New for Node.js in 2020 | Okta Developer
Links around Microservices and or SOA
- GitHub – berkay-dincer/kubethanos: Kills half of your randomly selected kubernetes pods.
- GOTO 2019 • Going Docker, Swarm and Kubernetes Production Like a Pro • Bret Fisher – YouTube
- GitHub – alexellis/helm3-expressjs-tutorial: Guide to Helm 3 with an Express.js microservice
- Going serverless with your Node.js apps – LogRocket Blog
I know, Artificial Intelligence? Machine Learning? of course this is frontend…