React Native has come a long way since it was open-sourced in 2015. Fewer than two years later, it’s being used not only in Facebook and Facebook Ads Manager, but also in many other companies, from Fortune 500 companies to hot new startups.
A book by Dr. Axel Rauschmayer on the latest versions of ECMAScript that’s free to read online, but also available as a PDF. Axel has also updated his ECMAScript 2017 post with the final feature set.
Dr. Axel demonstrates how a proposed ‘spec mode’ for Babel will help you prepare for a world of native ES modules.
Webpack is probably the most contentious tool on the frontend web right now. It’s the most popular module bundler, but a lot of new users find it hard to use.