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Fredrik’s front-end quick read #11

The end of yet another year is upon us, and what can I say… Front-end development is moving crazy-fast, so enjoy some holiday merriment, relaxation and a lot of X-mas candy because then it’s time to buckle up for 2020 and all the fast-paced wonders that awaits!

Read on and you’ll find out what’s coming to Javascript in 2020, a recap of front-end development in 2019, The simplest way to load CSS asynchronously, how to make your site’s pages instant in 1 minute and last but not least: BATUX — Follow Alfred when he builds the ultimate crime-fighting costume!

What’s coming to JavaScript in 2020?

An overview of all ECMAScript proposals that made it to stage 4 and will be included in ES2020

A Recap of Frontend Development in 2019

The world of frontend development once again evolved at a rapid pace over the past year, and this article recaps all the important events, news, and trends from 2019.

The Simplest Way to Load CSS Asynchronously

“One of the most impactful things we can do to improve page performance and resilience is to load CSS in a way that does not delay page rendering”

Make your site’s pages instant in 1 minute

a JavaScript that tries to predict really well whether a user will click on a link or not, and, based on that, will prefetch and preload the linked page in the browser for improved performance.

BATUX — Using a UX process to redesign Batman’s classic outfit

If you’re not clear on the basics of UX, this amazing animated infographic will clear it all up for you. It’s a rethink of Batman’s classic caped-crusader outfit, in a user-centric way. Follow the Dark Knight, as Alfred builds him the ultimate crime-fighting costume.

Thank you for reading and happy coding! ❤️

/Fredrik Ward, Senior front-end developer @ Bouvet and co-creator of Sketch2React

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