New ESLine, TypeScript and Atom released, and other news
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We just pushed ESLint v4.0.0, which is a major release upgrade of ESLint. This release adds some new features and fixes several bugs found in the previous release.
* TLDR: dynamic imports, safer callback parameter checking, weak types and string enums.
* New Git and GitHub Integration and other changes
The below list is 5 such little shortcuts that will make your coding life a little faster.
Due to the amazing quantity of libraries, tools and all kinds of things that make your development easier, a lot of programmers start building applications without having the deep understanding of how something works under the hood.
That’s where immutable data structures come in - to save the day, and time and space! Also called “persistent data structures”, they help you efficiently make new “modified” versions of immutable objects, by reusing parts of the old object that you don’t need to change.
Here are 8 habits for happy Node hackers updated for 2017. They're specifically for app developers, rather than module authors, since those groups have different goals and constraints.
MobX has slowly built itself up as Redux’s main competition for state management real-estate. Which is definitely not a coincidence. Because, not only is MobX incredibly easy to use; it’s also very powerful. And, believe me when I say this: I’ve never seen React perform any better than when I mix the two of them. But, instead of me telling you, why don’t I show you instead?
CodeSandbox is an online editor with a focus on creating, sharing and importing new React projects
I’m a firm believer that the best code is no code. More code often leads to more bugs and more time spent maintaining it. At Major League Soccer, we’re a very small team, so we take this principle to…
The browser File API in the quite powerful, the requirement of modern website is not just text and images but also video, sound and other binary formats, this has led to an improved support for handling files directly in the browser.
Meet @ItadakimasuBot. He’s a genuinely nice guy who was created to help you maintain your diet. He keeps track of everything you eat and gives you statistics about it.
Webpack 2.4.0, which came out a few weeks ago, launched with a very interesting new feature: “magic comments.” In combination with dynamic imports, “magic comments” greatly simplify code-splitting + server-side rendering.
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