WDRL 307

Test Selectors in CSS, image() functions, readable typo, and speeding up JavaScript libraries.

Hi, I’m Anselm Hannemann. Freelance webdesigner, frontend engineer, advisor. Curating WDRL, growing vegetables on a market garden farm.

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in my last newsletter this year, the 13th, I want to say thank you to all of you: Thanks for being my audience, for reading my emails, and articles, sharing them, and giving me feedback. I really appreciate every single email you write to me. Happy holidays and happy new year!

The web is still evolving fast. The one thing I learned pretty early as a frontend-developer is that we need to constantly learn new things, explore and stay curious. At this point a shoutout to Marc: Thanks for everything you do, you and your curated content are such a great inspiration for so many people. This week I learned a lot about Angular, TypeScript, gRPC, and type-safety. On the other hand, I could help others by finding creative solutions for them that aren’t built-in into a framework. I’m glad about how the web needs many different people working on it and how together we can create nice solutions. But it’s not only on the web, I can apply the same principles to Gardening as well.




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