Category: News

19 hours of D3.js??

🇺🇦 #​589 — May 13, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Using Google’s CrUX to Compare Performance of JS Frameworks — Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) is a dataset of user experience metrics collected from real world Chrome users and it’s possible to use it to analyze and compare the performance profiles of different

The one with the npm security stories

🇺🇦 #​437 — May 12, 2022 Read on the Web Node Weekly An Enhanced 2FA Experience for Your npm Account — Over the past six months, GitHub has been keen to tighten up security around the publishing of npm packages with two-factor authentication at the heart of the effort. Now an array of improved 2FA

Hello useEvent

🇺🇦 #​288 — May 11, 2022 Read on the Web React Status An RFC for useEvent, a New Fundamental React Hook — Billed as a so-far ‘missing piece’ of the hooks system, the proposed useEvent is for defining an event handler that ‘sees’ fresh props/state but has a stable function identity. The motivation and use

How to Improve Developer Productivity? [Guide]

You work as a developer or software engineer and sometimes you feel tired, procrastinating and not satisfied with your effectiveness at work. It is a common thing for many developers because web-development is hard work that requires a lot of concentration and brain tension.  In this article we are going to discuss 10 recommendations on

A 2022 take on TodoMVC in plain JS

🇺🇦 #​588 — May 6, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly How Partytown Eliminates Website Bloat From Third-Party Scripts — As well as being the name of my house, Partytown is also a library for moving the execution of scripts into the background via Web Workers thus speeding up your main thread. Why does

Node’s new CLI test runner

#​436 — May 5, 2022 Read on the Web Node Weekly Node v18.1.0 (Current) Released — There’s an initial version of a CLI based test runner (which you start with node –test – see docs here) and there have also been further developments on implementing the WebAssembly Web API. Michaël Zasso The Thing About Fastify — Express

The story of concurrent rendering in React

🇺🇦 #​287 — May 4, 2022 Read on the Web React Status Shopify Unveils React Native Skia — Skia is a popular (used in Chrome, Android, Firefox, etc.) 2D graphics library and Shopify has brought its 2D drawing capabilities into React Native for you to create your own cross-platform graphics on the fly in any

Let’s build a JavaScript bundler

🇺🇦 #​587 — April 29, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Four Eras of JavaScript Frameworks — While the pre-2012 history is a bit fuzzy given the author’s experiences, this is a nice retrospective and attempt to break down the history of JavaScript frameworks into four eras, each of which builds upon what came before.

Now Node 16 gets the Fetch API too

🇺🇦 #​435 — April 28, 2022 Read on the Web Node Weekly Node 18’s ‘Prefix-Only’ Core Modules — A look at a new type of core module that can’t be imported quite like the others, e.g. import test from ‘node:test’ – what is this unusual package name notation about? Colin breaks it down in an

Why Does Remote Work Make Us Paranoid? And What To Do About It?

The number of people working remotely has significantly risen worldwide since the beginning of the covid epidemic in January 2020. And in spring 2022, with ongoing pandemics, many businesses in Eastern Europe faced new threats and had to find new ways to organize safe employees’ workplaces. The relocation is increasing and so is the quantity
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