I’m so happy to finally launch my new website! In terms of the tech stack, I stayed within my favorite world – Vue 😆. But this time I decided to use VuePress instead. In this article, I want to share how this decision came to be and what my thoughts are on using VuePress.
If we want CSS4 to be a thing it is necessary to define it a little more. However, that does not mean it’s necessary to divide all existing CSS modules into CSS3 and CSS4 buckets. This article discusses these issues, and goes through some of the feedback to my original article.
There’s another player in the framework space that’s gaining attention and operates very much in the same spirit as Vue… Svelte. This article is going to zoom out a bit and provide a little more context about Svelt, as well as how it differentiates itself from other frameworks, and how to implement it in your own projects.
As developers, watching standards can be frustrating. We might learn of some new spec developing, some new features landing that you weren’t even aware of - maybe many of these are even things you don’t actually care much about. In the meantime, “Container Queries,” clearly the single most requested feature in CSS for years, appears to be just… ignored. What gives? Why does the CSS Working Group not seem to listen? After all of these years – why isn’t there some official CSS spec at least?
The frontend “knows” a lot of things, and these things interact with each other in non-trivial ways. So in my view, state management is the core problem when developing a UI. Here are some things I wish I knew about state management earlier.