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Web Design Weekly #302

Headlines React Performance Fixes on Airbnb Listing Pages Joe Lencioni explains the techniques he used to profile Airbnb’s listing pages, the tools he used to optimize it and see the scale of the impact it had. (medium.com) How Stripe Designs Beautiful Websites (leejamesrobinson.com) Claim Your .design …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday December 11, 2017


JavaScript Bundling

The mix.js() command is your go-to method for any JavaScript bundling needs. This will take care of ES2017 compilation, tree shaking, minification, and more. …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Monday December 11, 2017


Symfony 4: Performance out of the Box

Performance is an interesting and sensitive topic. Suffice to say that most projects should not care too much; modern PHP frameworks are fast enough for most use cases and projects. And PHP 7 performance improvements help a lot as well. But people like to compare frameworks, and I guess performance is one way to do …

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Written by Fabien Potencier - - Aggregated on Monday December 11, 2017


Ready Player One Trailer

From filmmaker Steven Spielberg comes the science fiction action adventure “Ready Player One,” based on Ernest Cline’s bestseller of the same name, which has become a worldwide phenomenon. The film is set in 2045, with the world on the brink of chaos and collapse. But the people have found salvation in the OASIS, …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Sunday December 10, 2017


JavaScript’s setTimeout “other” arguments

When using setTimeout , it’s not needed to wrap a function with arguments into an anonymous function and call it from there. What you can do instead is pass the function in via its name (as you would do with a function that has no arguments) , and pass in the arguments via the 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc. argument of …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Sunday December 10, 2017


Implement FLIP transitions easily with flipping

Back in 2015 Paul Lewis published a brilliant article named FLIP your animations , a technique to getting smooth animations on the web. FLIP stands for F irst, L ast, I nvert, P lay First: before anything happens, record the current (i.e., first) position and dimensions of the element that will …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Sunday December 10, 2017