This week has been about the HTML input element, justifying technical tradeoffs, Canon TDD, offline-first SQLite replication, CRDTs in Rust and a Python library for loading data.
An article diving into what makes the HTML
input element unique.
An article offering a few ideas on how to manage the tradeoff of ground work for which is hard to demonstrate direct business value.
An article clarifying the meaning of Test Driven Development (TDD) and it's intended purpose.
An offline-first wrapper around SQLite designed to synchronize application state between users and devices.
A CRDTs (Conflict-free Replicated Data Types) library for building local-first applications.
A Python library for loading data from arbitrary sources.