🌺 Checking out React query and Svelte
I spent the weekend learning about two new things! This recent tweet from The New York Times' coverage about the Olympics pushed me to finally check out Svelte. React query has been on my radar for quite a while now. I love pretty much everything about it, and definitely want to use it in my next project 😄
My partner was also able to (finally!) get everything sorted — she'll be moving to New York next week for her Masters in Data Journalism at Columbia University! 🥳
Durable Objects: Easy, Fast, Correct — Choose three "a pretty fantastic write up on fixing a consistency issue without changing any client code; the things you can achieve when you control the runtime!" — Sunil Pai
Setup Git for work & personal GitHub accounts make
gitplay nice with multiple GitHub accounts
Making Disabled Buttons More Inclusive My coworker (!!) answers the question: we can add the
disabledattribute to a button to gray it out and disable it…but should we?
Behind The Scenes: Crafting Razorpay’s new mobile app A look into the tech stack, engineering culture and practices, hurdles and benefits that led to a truly exceptional product
- Announcing Polywork’s Series A funding with Andreessen Horowitz
- Laws of UX — A collection of best practices to consider when building user interfaces.
- Houdini.how — Cool things you can do with the CSS Paint API
- V8 release v9.3
That's all for now, have a great week! If you're in India and over the age of 18, please get vaccinated asap :)