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Transformers: JavaScript in Disguise

#​630 — March 17, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly 🤖  Transformers.js: Running ML Models in the Browser — Transformers are a type of machine learning model often used for natural language or visual processing and while running such models directly in the browser is in its infancy, Transformers.js opens up some ML models

Shell-free scripting from Node

#​478 — March 16, 2023 Read on the Web Shell-Free Scripts with Execa 7.1 — Execa is a popular process execution library for Node and the latest version includes an interesting $ method feature for writing zx-style scripts with it, making it even more useful for shell scripting style usecases. ehmicky Turbowatch: File Change Detector and

Vite vs Create React App

#​330 — March 15, 2023 Read on the Web React Status What is Vite and Why Use It Over Create React App? — Create React App has long been considered the de facto way to create new React apps, but Vite has become popular in the last year due to its ease of use and

Custom ERP System: Benefits, Requirements & Cost of Development

If you are looking for an effective and efficient way to manage your business, then a custom enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is the perfect solution. Custom ERP systems allow businesses to collect, store, and analyze information from several departments in one database, making it easier for executives to manage all fundamental business operations. Furthermore,

New JavaScript features of the past few years

#​629 — March 10, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly JavaScript Features from the Past Few Years — Packed with examples, this post tackles the changes and tweaks to JavaScript and TypeScript over the past several years (some as far back as ES6/ES2015, like tagged template literals). Linus Schlumberger Astro’s 2023 Web Framework Performance Report —

Taking flight with Feathers 5

#​477 — March 9, 2023 Read on the Web Feathers 5: The API and Real-Time App Framework — Feathers isn’t as well known as Nest or Fastify, say, but it’s a powerful and mature option if you want to spin up a Node CRUD app tied to a database and now it’s “TypeScript all the

Were React hooks a mistake? Take 2.

#​329 — March 8, 2023 Read on the Web React Status Why You Should Use a React ‘Framework’ — Whether it’s Next.js, Gatsby, Remix, or something else, using a bigger framework that itself uses React is de rigueur in 2023. Lee examines why, complete with a nice iceberg metaphor, and does a good job of

Garbage collector experiments

#​628 — March 3, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Sandworm Audit: A New JS Auditing Tool — A command-line tool to scan a project and dependencies for vulnerabilities, license issues, and related problems. You get JSON reports, visualizations of dependency trees, and a CSV of all dependencies and license information. Sandworm Experiments with the JavaScript

Playing in the sandbox

#​476 — March 2, 2023 Read on the Web zx 7.2: A Tool for Writing Better Shell Scripts — Always a popular tool when we link it! zx is an alternative way to run Node that makes it more useful for shell scripting by bringing along a variety of niceties like process management, argument handling,

The story of a big testing library migration

#​328 — March 1, 2023 Read on the Web React Status Migrating from Enzyme to React Testing Library — The folks at Sentry spent 16 months converting their component tests (involving 803 test suites in all) from Enzyme to RTL and tell the whole story of why, plus the unforeseen challenges they encountered, here. Priscila
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