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An increasing reliance on JS can result in needless performance issues for our users. Addy Osmani looks at how a little discipline can help.
How Redux Works: A Counter-Example
From the creators of Moment.js, Luxon provides DateTime, Duration, and Interval types, as well as parsing and formatting for common formats.
GitHub Introduces Security Alerts for JS Projects
It’s possible to track your project’s dependencies directly in GitHub and if you do, GitHub can now notify you of vulnerabilities in them automatically.
WebAssembly Support Now in All Major Browsers
Apple and Microsoft are shipping WebAssembly support in the latest versions of Safari and Edge so all 4 major browsers can now run code compiled to the wasm format.
A Brief Introduction to Symbols, Generators and Streams
Array.prototype.reduce(), more specifically.
“a good basic introduction to three of the most useful ES6 goodies”
Build a Server-Side Rendered Vue App with Nuxt.js
Developing a Chrome Extension using Angular 4
Start Using Babel 7 Beta Today: What’s New and How
Web Workers Can Be ES6 Modules Too
OK, Chrome doesn’t support it yet, but work is underway.
Converting 600k Lines to TypeScript in 72 Hours
Specifically, from Google Closure-annotated JS.
High Performance JS in V8: How V8 Is Faster Than Ever
A 20 minute tour of V8’s latest code-generation architecture.
remoteStorage.js 1.0.0: Local Data Storage with Remote Syncing
A project that’s as old as this newsletter.
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