Interesting links that I found - vol. 1
This is the first of my series about things that I found on the internet this week.
When to useMemo and useCallback. This is old piece by Kent but I’ve got it in his weekly newsletter. Reading through examples requires some work but I’ve got this phrase: Do not bother with optimization unnecessary. To be honest (maybe) I’m lucky but I don’t yet need to use
I’ve read two pieces about HTML numeric inputs: Why the GOV.UK Design System team changed the input type for numbers & HTML attributes to improve your users’ two factor authentication experience and I’ve learned about
inputmode="numeric". I’ve to try it at work where we use
type="tel"for better postal code experience on mobile.
I learned that you can have CSS Grid inside your buttons too!. I’ve made a quick codepen example. Source.
- Interesting piece on how to work from home & about asynchronous communication