Highly Inefficient Ways to Store Images in CSS

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If you regularly work with CSS, chances are that you are used to referencing images from CSS code. Usually this is done with the url() function which can be used with an URL for an image file or to directly embed a base64 encoded image.

But what can we do if these approaches are not exotic enough for our tastes? What if rendering images like this is just way too easy and does not have a big enough performance impact? Well, you’re in luck.

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It's All in My <head>

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Recently I did some research on what the current recommendations for the contents of the head tag of an HTML document are. Below you can find a detailed breakdown on how the different sections can or should be structured.

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Getting into JavaScript Building & Bundling: Module Types

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The last few weeks I did a some research on the different ways to bundle JavaScript dependencies, here is what I found out:

So Many Ways

Most of the time when working on a project with more than a few lines of JavaScript you’ll want to split up the code into multiple files to make the structure easier to read and understand, or to make testing easier - but how do you manage the actual importing/exporting of your code parts or 3rd party libraries?

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