React in 2022
The public-opinion tide is turning against React, but it's going to be a while yet before usage drops. Here's what you can do in the meantime.
Big kickback against React this week (and the past cuppla weeks), surrounding confusion about
useEffect, double rendering, and performance, especially vs. "traditional" multi-page applications. In particular, Taylor Hunt's series on trying to speed up web applications at American grocery chain Kroger.
Jordan Scales's online SHA-256-based generative art project has me wanting to generate some art of my own.
Strava's new(-ish) privacy controls allow you prevent other users from viewing your data. But what about the privacy controls to prevent the application itself from viewing your data?