TLWI Dev #101

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, friends! It's that time of the week where we bring you the most exciting and informative links in technology. Are you ready? Let's dive in!

First things first, Signs that your PHP code needs refactoring! All developers have encountered the need to refactor their code at some point. But, how can you tell when it's time? This article will give you some clear warning signs to watch out for. Trust us, it's better to refactor your code before it's too late! Don't say we didn't warn you.

Up next, Some less popular git commands that can really improve your workflow. You're probably already familiar with some of the most commonly used git commands like "git commit" and "git push." But, did you know there are other hidden gems that can save you a ton of time and headaches? Don't miss the chance to level up your git skills with this article!

Ready for a challenge? Then, this one's for you: How to Set Up a Fullstack Rust Project with Axum, React, Vite, and Shared Types. This tutorial will walk you through the process of building a fullstack web application using Rust. Are you up for it?

Now, let's talk about something that's sure to make your users happy: Lazy Loading in images with React JS 😴. Have you ever been frustrated by slow page load times caused by large image files? This article shows you how to implement lazy loading to make your website more efficient, faster, and user-friendly.

Last but not least, 🕶 What it takes to build a Static Analysis tool. In a world where time is everything, static analysis tools are becoming more and more popular. But, what goes into building one? This article will give you a behind-the-scenes look.

That's it for this week's newsletter folks! We hope you enjoyed the links and learned something new. Stay curious!


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