Option 3: Add a column to the table specifically for the link. This is probably the cleanest technically, but could cause problems for wide tables where horizontal real estate is an issue

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Option 2: Put an anchor tag in each row either by wrapping each row or absolutely positioning an anchor inside. The downside of this approach is it makes selecting content inside the cells hard. This is the route I usually go with

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Option 1: Route to the details page on click with JavaScript. This is my least favorite because users are unable to wheel-click the table rows to open in new tab since there’s not actually an anchor tag. It’s usually the easiest to implement, however

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A common UX pattern I’ve run into in my career is a data table where clicking on a row routes to a new page with more details on the record. What’s the best way to handle this? I can think of three approaches

Excited to catch up and watch the recording of qualifying in . No spoilers please!

Thinking about the advantages of using over . Discoverability is definitely more difficult in the , but so far I’ve found I like being more deliberate in who I follow instead of being fed content by an algorithm

Is YunoHost the easiest way to get started with @Castopod? I've never heard of YunoHost but would give it a shot

I just took some time to update my personal site: johnoerter.me. Check it out!

Has anyone checked out Lando for local development with ? It looks really cool and I'm going to try it out soon. lando.dev/

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According to Rich Harris, creator of Svelte and the bundler...

- bundlers are on the way out and Svelte is going all in with Snowpack.

I pause using Svelte for five minutes and...!

SnowPack: snowpack.dev/

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