Issue 05 - Leave a Love Thought#
The cover is from the internet, a very healing sky.
Record down-to-earth front-end and tech content seen every week, select and publish here every Saturday. If you find it good, you can follow this column for convenient update notifications.
Josh W Comeau
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An open-source React animation and gesture library that can meet the animation and interaction needs of many React applications.
A UI library based on radix-ui, a very useful headless UI library.
A customizable GPT-4 AI tutor prompt for personalized learning experiences, but it's a bit token-consuming.
An open-source Twitter web clone, it really looks like it!
A visual web crawler software that allows you to design and execute crawler tasks graphically without writing any code, greatly simplifying the process of writing crawlers.
A tool for installing/updating NS emulators.
An open-source AI voice changer, the effect is quite explosive when configured properly.
An open-source headless CMS system that focuses on content and has a good user experience.
Just Take a Look#
New York is 3 hours ahead of California
A poem I recently came across. Each of us has our own time zone, so don't compare yourself too much with others. This will only increase anxiety. We should follow the direction of our own hearts, step by step. You are not falling behind, and you are not ahead. Everything is on time in the time zone that destiny has arranged for you. Slow is fast, and fast is slow, so don't be too impatient, take it slow.
The Maximum Viable Product
Start-up companies have a guideline called the "Minimum Viable Product," which means that a product can be released as long as it reaches the simplest runnable level, and let the market determine its viability. I want to propose the opposite concept, called the "Maximum Viable Product," which means that once the main functions of a product are complete, it stops there and no new features are added. I have seen too many excellent software programs expand continuously, with more and more features, until they become extremely difficult to use.
How to Turn a Front-end Project into a Pile of Shit?
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