🔥 What's Hot in Web Development? — Weekly Picks #154

Every week we publish the top 10 popular posts on daily.dev. This week features interesting … Read more 🔥 What's Hot in Web Development? — Weekly Picks #154

Every week we publish the top 10 popular posts on daily.dev.

This week features interesting pieces about personal branding, the downsides of open-source, JavaScript, and CSS.

Shout out to all the authors 👏

Chrome Extensions You Should Install Today

🆙 Level up your web development experience with these 5 browser extensions.

7 Websites To Find Front End Projects For Your Portfolio

💡 Coming up with good ideas for projects to show off in your portfolio is super hard. You might find some inspiration or even concrete ideas on the websites listed here.

Terminal tips to make you a 2x developer

🚀 I use the terminal every day and optimizing my productivity in my daily tools is very important. The tips here are very useful and we’ll make you love the terminal.

Async/await is awesome, but don’t abandon Promises

👋 The article is mainly about the optimization boosts you gain when using Promise.all compared to serial await calls. Don’t underestimate it.

Create Awesome Git readMe Profile

👩‍🎤 GitHub recently released fully customizable profile pages. The hype of building the best profile is constantly growing. This article will guide you through revamping your profile.

9 (FREE) JavaScript Books That Are Well Worth Reading

📚 Books are very much different than online articles and blogs. They usually equip you with good fundamentals and focus on long-term concepts.

em, rem, and px

✏️ If you are not familiar with these three CSS units, make sure to read this quick intro.

How Netflix Scales its API with GraphQL Federation (Part 1)

🍿 Featuring a Netflix article here always excites me! Their architecture is so impressive and their blog posts are insightful. This article tells the evolution of their UI facing architecture.

Software design principles: DRY

🌵 This daily tip by Chris will make you crave some water

Facebook has taken the name of my open source project

😢 This is a very interesting GitHub issue that shows some of the bad things that could happen in the open-source community. Luckily, this issue has a happy ending.

🙌 Wrap Up!

That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week.

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