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Laravel Mix Preload

Laravel Mix Preload is a Laravel package by Sebastian De Deyne and Spatie that adds preload and prefetch links based on your Mix manifest file. …

Written by Laravel News - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 22, 2019


Framework Defaults

Sebastian Schlein on why you should stick to the default Laravel architecture : Projects which are built by teams of developers and that take months to build, need to be easily maintainable. They should be easy to understand and follow as much default conventions as possible. Why? Teams change. How do you …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Monday October 21, 2019


Better typing with Ketting

Ketting is a generic hypermedia client that supports HAL, HTML, JSON-API, and HTTP Links (and soon also Siren ). Version 5 is currently in development, and one of the major new features is much deeper support for Typescript typing. Here’s how it works. Normally to get to a resource, you start with a …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Monday October 21, 2019


Laravel Mix Preload v1

Today I tagged v1 of a new package: Laravel Mix Preload. It automatically generates preload and prefetch links based on the contents of your mix-manifest.json file. In a nutshell, a preload link loads a resource after the document has loaded. It doesn’t do anything with the resource, the browser just ensures …

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Written by Sebastian De Deyne - - Aggregated on Monday October 21, 2019


Disappointed

Want to view a single image on @imgur (literally its only job)? Good luck! You gotta successfully download (354KB) and run (1.21MB) of client-side React in order to get your image requested as resource 110 of 553. What should have been an IMG element became… this. @csswizardry - and don’t forget to look at the …

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Written by Sebastian De Deyne - - Aggregated on Monday October 21, 2019


Productive Slacking

Back in 2016 I joined Usabilla, just around the time we were evaluating our work chat solutions. Usabilla was at the time on Hipchat and Slack was the up and coming solution, with plenty of advanced features and goodies. I will not try to sell Slack here, but it clearly was the better contender and worth our move. …

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Written by Rafael Dohms - - Aggregated on Friday October 18, 2019


Local Elections

Early voting is in full swing in my area and I had the ability to go over my lunch break yesterday and cast mine. This year was short and sweet with only the mayor and three city council races. I know we all focus on the presidential elections but these local ones probably affect you directly more than national …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Friday October 18, 2019