nicolás delfino / frontend developer / spritelove / web performance

A blog about things I'm learning atm, on the clock and outside working hours, interested in everything from web performance to creating pixel animation apps.

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Micro frontends with Module Federation and Webpack 5

2020.10.19 | MICRO-FRONTENDS, MODULE FEDERATION, WEBPACK

The release of Webpack 5 delivered something special besides performance improvements like improved tree-shaking and persistent caching across builds - an architectural possibility called Module Federation.

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Micro frontends with Module Federation and Webpack 5

2020.10.19 | MICRO-FRONTENDS, MODULE FEDERATION, WEBPACK

The release of Webpack 5 delivered something special besides performance improvements like improved tree-shaking and persistent caching across builds - an architectural possibility called Module Federation.

Authoring progressive enhanced fragments with Alpine

2020.10.07 | PROGRESSIVE-ENHANCEMENT, PERFORMANCE, MICRO-FRONTENDS, SCS, ALPINE

In this post we’ll explore progressive enhanced behavior & templating over static content.

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On the side...

Having side projects is crucial in order to stay up to date with the ever growing eco-system of frontend development. Here are some of the projects that I've enjoyed working on the most.

Spritelove

Spritelove

Spritelove is a fully fledged pixel art animation studio with tons of cool tools and features, save your content as gifs, individual frames or export spritesheets to PIXI

Retanx

Retanx

React strategy proof of concept using A* pathfinding algorithm, an immense amount of divs and CSS transitions.

Tracks

Tracks js

Tracks animates DOM elements from one state to another by temporarily injecting styles (Tracks.fromTo), its real strength is its capability to listen to the creation and deletion of DOM elements by using the MutationObserver API