What Happened Last Week - Issue #13
This week: The Rome linter, Turbopack vs Vite, HTML-first frameworks, headless, and much more
What happened last week
A bit late this week, but I'm in the middle of a Kinsta Meetup in Athens. I'm really thrilled about meeting everyone.
There are also a lot of great coffee places there so I'm very happy
Rome is all-in-one linter and formatter for JS. Thanks to the all-in-one approach it much faster because it doesn't reapeat itself. Can't wait to go back from the retreat and test it out.
When Turbopack got announced they mentioned that they are 10x faster than Vite. But is it? Evan You explains that it's a bit more complicated.
HTML-first front-end frameworks are getting more popular. If don't know a thing about it yet, start with reading this article.
I didn't believed in headless - but it changed at some point. Here I explain why it changed and what was my journey.
A great article about creating hero sections. There are lots of details mentioned there. While design isnt't my main thing, I love reading articles like this.
Great roadmaps based on different background that are showing how you can get into DevOps. Really worth reading, especially when you are thinking about switching career.
And how was your week? Did you learn something interesting? Don’t hesitate to press the reply button and share your thoughts.