How do I keep up with frontend world

I’ve been in web development for a long time and not until four or five years ago did I had to keep up with this light speed moving train.

PublishedMay 09, 2019
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Knock out your unused CSS

Unused CSS is a one of the issues most web applications suffer when it comes to performance and page load time.

PublishedMay 07, 2019
Time to read9 min
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Removing duplicates from arrays in JavaScript

There are multiple ways to remove duplicates from an array with JavaScript. But, it’s very important to know the details of how efficient they, especially if you’re dealing with large arrays.

PublishedApr 24, 2019
Time to read3 min
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Web performance statistics infographic

A while back, Nick Galov from contacted me to let me know they had created an inforgraphic photo for web performance statistics.

PublishedApr 14, 2019
Time to read1 min
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Fixing: unable to deploy to npm: 'you must be logged in'

Recently I created a small library with Angular which I wanted to publish to npm (the node package manager). However, when I had everything in place from a build perspective using Travis CI in my GitHub repo, it was failing to publish the package with a 401 login error.

PublishedFeb 15, 2019
Time to read2 min
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Setting Google Analytics for Angular applications

Many a times we want to add some sort of analytics to our applications and for me the most obvious choice would be Google Analytics.

PublishedFeb 12, 2019
Time to read3 min
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The essential difference between pure and impure pipes in Angular and why that matters

When writing a custom pipe in Angular you can specify whether you define a pure or an impure pipe:

PublishedJan 31, 2019
Time to read8 min
Author: Maxim Koretskyi
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Amazon Virtual Concierge

Recently we (at Readify) had a chance to have a go at two very interesting problems and we decided to use a few interesting technologies to solve them.

PublishedJan 14, 2019
Time to read7 min
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Chrome DevTools

Google Chrome is currently one of the most popular web browsers used by developers today. The Chrome DevTools can greatly improve your workflow by helping you develop, test and debug your websites right within your browser.

PublishedJan 13, 2019
Time to read3 min
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Angular Virtual Scrolling

If you have followed my series on performance improvement, you would’ve stumbled upon my image optimisation post where I went through a series of steps to lazy load images on your page.

PublishedDec 06, 2018
Time to read5 min
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