Frontend News Digest 21 - 27.09
Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here’s new Frontend news digest.
The biggest news of last week is an update of the Node.js – v12.11.0 was released. Additionally, we have prepared some interesting guides and tutorials for you, that incluces infomration about creating comples tables in WordPress for mobile visitors, thoughts on browser engines diversity and other interest in stuff.
- Filtering Data Client-Side: Comparing CSS, jQuery, and React
Live code examples of three options to filter the chaotic list of names on the client side
- Designing Complex Responsive Tables in WordPress
Everything you need to know about designing complicated tables in WordPress for mobile.
- More options to help websites preview their content on Google Search
This guide may become handy for Google’s SEO of the website.
Reflections on the variaty of engines in web browsers.
- Node v12.11.0 (Current) Released: Worker Threads Go Stable
The original V8 engine has been updated to version 7.7 which results in performance improvements and other features.
- V8 Adding Support for Top Level await
A future version of Node may receive the top level await too
- Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) Version 2.3 in Safari
ITP 2.3 brings a updates for Storage Access API, and has two new steps to combat link decoration.
- Node v12.7 (Current) Released
Another version bump for perhaps the most exciting release line of Node.
Package for static site, single page application or a static file maintaing
- Deploying a Node App with PM2, NGINX, and Let’s Encrypt SSL
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