Welcome to Day 24 of “Frontend Rewind 2023” 🎄
It’s the grand finale of our little calendar! We hope you enjoyed this blast from the past and had fun reading and rediscovering frontend resources from 2023!
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Dongkyu Lee discusses principles for effective transition animations in product design, emphasizing the importance of animation and motion to attract attention, enhance user enjoyment, and provide clear feedback on user actions, with a focus on fade effects, scaling, consistent directionality, balanced speed, prioritizing elements, and establishing spatiality.
An end-to-end walkthrough by Maxime Heckel on how to build a semantic search from your own MDX or Markdown based content using Postgres vector similarity search and OpenAI’s text embeddings and chat completion APIs.
Get an insight into the inner-workings of a given website: uncover potential attack vectors, analyse server architecture, view security configurations, and learn what technologies a site is using.
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Garrett Johnson’s Three.js demo showcases a clever technique: packing material properties into a data texture for rendering thousands of objects with unique characteristics in a single draw call using Three.js’s BatchedMesh. With extra effort, it can even handle unique textures. This approach efficiently optimizes the rendering process, reducing complex and dynamic scenes to just one draw call, improving performance for web-based 3D experiences.
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