In this article, I will show you how to quickly make your NextJS app installable with Chrome. The goal is to provide the minimum code and assets necessary to activate this feature.
As a Front-end web developer, web performance is one of my major responsibilities in our team. I use different tools and methodologies to monitor on a daily basis the performance metrics for our clients.
Recently, I worked on an interesting project called SpeedBoard which is a real-time board for Agile and Scrum retrospectives. It’s the kind of tool we use at work after our Scrum Sprint review to easily share our feedback about the last Sprint.
In this article, I gathered 9 tips and tricks for web developers that I used recently. Even though the content is more oriented toward beginners, I hope it can still be a good reminder for more advanced developers.
Web Performance is really one of my daily concerns for the clients I am working with at Netcentric.
On the 8th and 9th of November 2018, I had the chance to join the first edition of the performance.now() conference, focusing on today’s most important web performance insights. Among the sixteen great talks, I took a great deal away from Zach Leatherman’s presentation on Web Font Performance and I would encourage you to watch the full talk.