My readings in 2016 week 8

  1. CSS Background-clip property use cases.
  2. A short post from Google Developers, DevTools go dark, @keyframe editing and smarter autocomplete.
  3. TestMyCSS; you can try out this online tool to optimize your CSS.
  4. Html5Validator; use this tool to validate your HTML5 content during build.
  5. What do you handle compiler warnings?  I don’t like warnings, and this post “Compiler Warnings Part 1 – Treat Them Right” told you exactly what you should do.
  6. Debug Stored Procedures in Visual Studio and SSMS; read it if you need to debug your store procedure in SQL server.
  7. This is another post “Analyze CPU and Memory while Debugging” teaching you how to use diagnostic tool in Visual Studio 2015.
  8. You use jQuery? then check out what’s new in jQuery 3.0.
  9. This post “Web Service Security: A Way to Prevent Replay Attacks” shows you how to prevent replay attacks and the technique can be applied to other places.
  10. Good to know how to “Debugging chain methods” using DebuggerNonUserCodeAttribute.
  11. I want to learn more about Big Data. Do you have same interest as me? if so, read this post to learn what Kafka is.
  12. Working with DateTime object in C#; DateTime looks simple and easy, but it will get complicated when working with different time zone and daylight saving issue.
  13. 7 essential JavaScript functions; i think it is good to point out using debounce when handling continuous events such as scroll and resize.
  14. EQCSS, an extension for element queries & more; I think it is a great idea and only thing I worry about are performance and compatibility of different browsers and devices.
  15. A simple JavaScript loader using Promise; I think it is a good use case to use Promise and how to use it.
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