Last summer I started getting increasingly interested in front-end performance. But I didn't want to just read about making fast apps, I wanted to deep-dive and optimize something real! On the other hand, I was finding it more and more annoying to manage the code-review process of my trainings. So, I decided to chase both metaphorical rabbits and learn about performance by building the app that would also make my trainings better...
Creating a more inclusive experience by allowing you to save and read articles no matter the connection.
In the last couple of years the Web got some important new features that allow it to deliver enhanced, almost app-like experiences. You've probably heard about them via the encompassing term Progressive Web Apps.
Loading images on The Web
Putting images on a page is simple. Doing it while delivering the best possible experience for your users is a whole different story.
I honestly believe software is about the users whose problems are solved through it. Don't get me wrong, I love the newest thing just as much as the next developer, but in the end it's about the result.
Which features of DevTools matter as you grow your developer skills?
This is an opinionated walkthrough of the most important Chrome DevTools features and when you should learn about them.
How to build a fast blog
A while ago I decided to redesign my blog and make performance a first-class citizen!
Let's get straight to the point: there isn't any one-fits-all solution out there. Plus, with all the tools available to us as Front-end developers, achieving performance is a mix between research and implementation. A mix which requires something more than technical skills - it requires curiosity & perseverance!