Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “a la carte”
Pulito and VanillaJS updated to webpack 4
Both Pulito and VanillaJS have updated to webpack 4. Additionally both have moved from yarn to npm. While npm still isn’t as fast as yarn, the support for package-lock.json files and increased attention to security and speed are worth the tradeoff.
VanillaJS apps have been ported to a la carte web development
A la carte Web Development
Stop using JS Frameworks is something I’ve been advocating for years now, and a legitimate question I get is what do you replace it with? The answer is “a la carte” web development. Instead of picking a monolithic solution like a web framework, you just pick the pieces you need. I don’t mean any old random pieces, below I am going to outline specific criteria that need to be met for some components to participate in a la carte web development.