Reading other people’s source code is a great way to both learn a language and increase your confidence that your own code isn’t that much different. Indeed, if I get stuck with a language feature, I’ll often look at how other developers use it to work my way out of the problem.
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Why Every Vue Developer Should Be Excited by Quasar 1.0
Quasar is a framework built on top of Vue.js, webpack, and Node for building a wide variety of things like SSR apps, SPAs, and even Electron apps. 1.0 came out just last week.
Great to see Dr. Axel blogging again. Here he digs into a variety of concepts around global variables and the global object (which is commonly considered ‘a mistake’).
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VS Code user? Worried you might be missing yet another useful extension to make your JS development life better? Binge on this list.
An Overview of What's New in Node 12
The ‘current’ Node 12.x branch is almost three months old but Adam Polak has brought together several features of note in one article with examples.
Blazor: A Framework for Browser-Based .NET Apps
Fabrice Bellard, the genius behind FFMPEG and JSLinux, is back with another project.. a complete JS engine (supporting the ES2019 spec!) built in a relatively tiny amount of C. Will this replace V8? No, it’s a small and relatively slow implementation, but perfect for embedded use or even for compiling down to WebAssembly as demonstrated in this live demo.