WordPress 5.0.2 to Bring Major Performance Improvements, Scheduled for December 19

WordPress 5.0.1 was released yesterday as a security release with fixes for seven vulnerabilities that were privately disclosed. It includes a few breaks in backwards compatibility that plugin developers will want to review. WordPress 5.0.2 will be the first planned followup release to 5.0 and is now scheduled to be (more…)

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Annotated Build Processes

When you’re putting together a build process for a site, it’s so dang useful to look at other people’s processes. I ran across Andrew Welch’s “An Annotated webpack 4 Config for Frontend Web Development” the other day and was glad he blogged it. If I was kicking off a new site where I wanted a webpack build, then I’d almost certainly reference something like this rather than start from scratch. At the same time, it made me realize how build …

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Making SVG icon libraries for React apps

Nicolas Gallagher:

At Twitter I used the approach described here to publish the company’s SVG icon library in several different formats: optimized SVGs, plain JavaScript modules, React DOM components, and React Native components.

There is no One True Way© to make an SVG icon system. The only thing that SVG icon systems have in common is that, somehow, some way, SVG is used to show that icon. I gotta find some time to write up a post that goes …

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