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Why Parcel Has Become My Go-To Bundler for Development

Today we’re gonna talk about application bundlers — tools that simplify our lives as developers. At their core, bundlers pick your code from multiple files and put everything all together in one or more files in a logical order that are compiled and ready for use in a browser. Moreover, through different plugins and loaders, you can uglify the code, bundle up other kinds of assets (like CSS and images), use preprocessors, code-splitting, etc. They manage the development workflow.

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What is the Future of Front End Web Development?

I was asked to do a little session on this the other day. I'd say I'm underqualified to answer the question, as is any single person. If you really needed hard answers to this question, you'd probably look to aggregate data of survey results from lots of developers.

I am a little qualified though. Aside from running this site which requires me to think about front end development every day and exposes me to lots of conversations about front end … Read article

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The Issue with Preprocessing CSS Custom Properties

CSS has Custom Properties now. We've written about them a bunch lately. Browser support is good, but of course, old non-evergreen browsers like Internet Explorer don't have them and never will. I can see the appeal of authoring with "future CSS", and letting a preprocessor backport it to CSS that is compatible with older browsers. Babel for CSS! Why not?!

It makes me nervous though - because it's only some use cases of Custom Properties that you can preprocess. … Read article

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Why I don’t use CSS preprocessors

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