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Databases For Front-End Developers: The Rise Of Serverless Databases (Part 1) — Smashing Magazine

In this article, the first part of “Databases for Front-end Developers” series, Atila Fassina helps you understand the concepts behind database architecture in order to use them reliably and sheds some light on serverless databases.

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Smashing Podcast Episode 50 With Marko Dugonjic: Can You Change A UX Dinosaur? — Smashing Magazine

In this episode, we ask how you can affect change to UX design in large organizations stuck in their ways. Vitaly talks to Marko Dugonjić to find out.

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Core Web Vitals Tools To Boost Your Web Performance Scores — Smashing Magazine

Identify, compare, analyze and fix your Core Web Vitals scores to boost web performance of your sites. These tools will help you to do just that.

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Web Core Vitals — Smashing Magazine

Articles all around CSS, JavaScript, front-end, UX and design. For designers and web developers.

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How Our Organization Improved Web Accessibility (Case Study) — Smashing Magazine

In this article, Catherine Houle and Ilknur Eren share how their organization “Understood” removes barriers for people who learn and think differently by combining accessibility and usability in their processes. They also cover basic steps on how to fix common accessibility issues.

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Authentication — Smashing Magazine

Articles all around CSS, JavaScript, front-end, UX and design. For designers and web developers.

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Rethinking Authentication UX — Smashing Magazine

How to improve authentication UX, with magic links, 2FA, better password recovery and relaxed rules for secure, accessible and usable passwords.

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NextJS — Smashing Magazine

Articles all around CSS, JavaScript, front-end, UX and design. For designers and web developers.

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Migration From jQuery to Next.js: A Guide — Smashing Magazine

We’re going to walk through how to migrate your site from jQuery to [React](/category/React) with [Next.js](/category/next.js). This will help with performance and the maintainability of your code.

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Fluid Sizing Instead Of Multiple Media Queries? — Smashing Magazine

If you like math and CSS, you’ll love this one. We don’t need to use media queries to change the values of some CSS properties — *font-size*, *padding*, *margin* etc. — depending on the viewport width, with the CSS `clamp` function. But: we still need to use media queries for changing colors, borders, shadows and other CSS styles.