Weekly Reads | March 15th
The most interesting development related links the team read about this week, presented by Jurek Barth
1. Cache-Control for Civilians
How is your knowledge of caching and Cache-Control headers? If your answer is similar to i’m kind of clueless, tbh. or i could know more. Harry Roberts wrote together the common cache control headers for you.
2. Getting into GraphQL with AWS AppSync
GraphQL is becoming increasingly popular. The problem is that if you’re a front-end developer, you’re only half way there. GraphQL is not just a client technology. To close that gap AWS AppSync might be a solution for you.
3. Code Server
Code Server is VS Code running on a remote server, accessible through the browser. If you have bad network connection, that might solve your problems.
4. Bringing Sketch to the Browser — Starting Late 2019
Sketch is a Mac-only tool right now, soon it might be available on every device that has a browser.
5. ‘Move fast and break things’ isn’t a worthy slogan
Seth wrote down his thoughts on the slogan: ‘Move fast and break things’. He thinks ‘Move fast and make things better’ fit better.
Have a great friday! 👋