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Reactive Brain Waves: Hacking an EEG Headset from JS
A walkthrough of using RxJS, Angular, Web Bluetooth, and an EEG headset to monitor brainwaves and perform actions based on eye blinks.
Vue 2.5 Released
The latest Vue, billed “Level E”, comes with better TypeScript integration, error handling, and improved support for functional components.
How I’m (Not) Using jQuery
Raymond Camden explains the steps he’s taken to wean himself off a dependence on jQuery for a number of common frontend development tasks.
Napa.js: An Alternative Multi-Threaded JS Runtime
A Single Page ES2015+ Cheatsheet
A one-page guide to features added in ES2015 and beyond.
A 20 minute talk looking at code coverage, type profiling, and a deep dive into how evaluating a code snippet in DevTools console works in V8.
CKEditor 5 Rich Text Editor Released
An Imperative Guide to Forms in Vue.js
Using Three.js for 2D Data Visualization
Writing Smarter Web Animation Code with GSAP
Building a ‘Modem’ with Web Audio
An interesting way to transmit data in audio form.
Build A Real-Time Chat App with Vue.js, Vuex and Cloud Firestore
accessibilityjs: A Client-Side Accessibility Error Scanner
GitHub uses this to scan for inaccessible UI elements.
ES Check: Checks The Version of ES Used in Source Files
Redux Zero: A Simpler ‘Redux Lite’
A lightweight state container based on Redux with a single store and no reducers.
Anime.js: A JS Animation Library for the Web
rmodal.js: A Simple 1.2 KB Modal Dialog with No Dependencies
Schnack.js: A Disqus-like Commenting Drop-in for Static Sites
A commenting system build on Node.js and SQLite3.