The devs behind repl.it have created a library to create games in a simple way, within their own platform. It’s a very interesting project and I want to try it out!
I’ve been using Mock Service Worker for a while and enjoying it a lot. I’m mostly using it inside Storybook but it supports web projects in general and even Node itself.
With the same goal but with a different approach, there’s MirageJS. I haven’t used it, I liked its API but I prefer MSW’s approach.
A very short tutorial on how to animate an emoji and make it much better! I loved the result.
This tutorial goes through what rate-limiting is, why we need to worry about it in serverless providers and two different approaches to handle it - a simple and an advanced one.
Serverless providers like Netlify or Vercel use AWS Lambda under the hood. This video explains how the underlying technology works. 🤓
In edition #1, I shared some links for Babel plugins and ASTs. This week I bumped into this tiny expression parser.
If you’re interested in this topic, its source code it’s small and well-documented.
O Tailwind CSS é um projeto muito legal, mas tem quem o ame e quem o odeie - eu estou no muro kkkk. O post acima traz algumas alternativas bem legais a ele.