React is still blowing Vue and Angular Away zendev
They're returning to native
. Quoting: "When React Native worked as intended, engineers were able to move at an unparalleled speed.
However, the numerous technical and organizational issues that we outlined in this series added frustrations and unexpected delays
to many projects." Airbnb
Quoting: "... better startup and execution performance, with a leaner memory footprint,
and with improved responsiveness on real-world workloads" Microsoft
Change detection execution: are you prepared? Angular In Depth
ReactJS component to make images appear with transition as they load. No more ugly-looking progressively loading images!
import ReactImageAppear from 'react-image-appear';
A collection of standard and custom VueJs filters and directives. Filters like capitalize, lowercase, json, file-size, etc.
Directives include url and highlight. vue-morphling
const rc = rough.canvas(document.getElementById('canvas'));
rc.rectangle(10, 10, 200, 200); rough.js
Quoting: "Everything is stored in your web browser localStorage.
All the coding is done with Vue.js and the best part is everything is in the index.html file that is only 4Kb". Minimal-Notes
input-mask.js enables you to include a mask on any input where a specific data entry format is required.
The placeholder text remains in place, displaying which characters still need to be included.
The placeholder is CSS styleable. input-masking
Simple to use, blazing fast and thoroughly tested WebSocket client and server for Node.js ws
Directly in the web browser with WebTorrent and Angular, implemented with TypeScript. PeerTube
Lets app authors instantly make and keep fixes to npm dependencies.
# fix a bug in one of your dependencies
# run patch-package to create a .patch file
npx patch-package some-package patch-package
Metacar is a 2D reinforcement learning environment for autonomous vehicles running in the browser. metacar
Pulumi: Create containers, serverless functions, and cloud infrastructure, with all the benefits of immutable infrastructure,
and real programming languages. pulumi/examples
Using the new React context. dakpan
A framework for building GitHub Apps to automate and improve your workflow. probot
Dependencies: Socket.io, Node.js, Express, YouTube Data API V3. A nice project to learn some of those techs. Vynchronize
Solves the problem when: You want to a date component that's: Laid out the way you want,
functions the way you want, flexible for your use case. kalendaryo
Hackable and configurable to the core, signale can be used for logging purposes,
status reporting, as well as for handling the output rendering process of other node modules and applications. signale
Import, animate and export. svgator
Moving from React to Vue, two years later.
Spoiler: "After 2 years my experience with Vue has been positive.
I’m still confident it was a good decision to move my team from React to Vue.
Not because Vue is better, but because it is a better fit for us." medium
Talking about Hapi Pal,
an ecosystem of tools and best practices for the working hapijs developer. Check out the
intro to Hapi Pal. Medium
Failed Tracking and Ads, Deprecated SSL Certificate Warnings, CORS Errors and Web Resources, MIME Mismatch, Double ID Elements in the DOM, etc. Rollbar
Version 2.1 of the WCAG nomensa
A comparison. developertown
What are PR’s, how to effectively create a PR, how to give feedback on PR’s and how to respond to feedback. DEV
A short description of some concepts from Machine Learning. codementor
Quoting: "We use Emscripten to compile Qt into something that runs in a web browser from a web server.
Instead of compiling and deploying for multiple platforms, the idea is to compile and deploy on a web server for any platform
that has a browser that supports WebAssembly." Qt
Tutorials & Others
Learn the new ES6 syntax quickly. bubblin
Let’s see how async /await works and how we can use it in TypeScript. Bits and Pieces
A step by step tutorial. nativescript
Quoting: "In this article I’ll show you the easiest way possible to create a chat application using React.js.
It’ll be done entirely without server-side code, as we’ll let the Chatkit API handle the back-end." freeCodecamp
Quoting: "Fourth post in a series of blog posts where we are building our own super simple form component in React and TypeScript". carlrippon