Webpack 3 is there, async-await, JS decorators, and more articles
After we released webpack v2, we made some promises to the community. We promised that we would deliver the features you voted for. Today, we’ve fulfilled these promises.
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One of the recent addiction for our team was the usage of Decorators which are proposed in the new ES7. …
Async await is part of the ES2017 standard, in node since version 7 and all current browsers...
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This article will explain how to go from type checking with prop-types to static type checking with Flow in React.
The first time I heard the term “Pure Function” I was confused. What was wrong with a regular function? Why does it need to be pure? Why do I even need pure functions?
At Spatie we have a tv screen against the wall that displays a dashboard. This dashboard displays the tasks our team should be working on, important events in the near future, which music is playing at our office, and so on. Here’s what it looks like: We’ve opensourced our dashboard, so you can view the […]
Lodash is much more than a list manipulation library. In this post I would like to shed a light on some less popular, yet in my opinion, extremely useful Lodash features.
At Automattic we use Mocha to run all tests written for Calypso project which powers WordPress.com. It also includes end-to-end tests, which live in their own repository. We have been using this setup for over 3 years now. I think it is a good moment to revisit this choice. I found this unit testing tools comparison very…
So recently, I’ve started to do payload optimizations within one of our large web apps at work. During that process, I came across very serious issue, well, with lodash while achieving to have everything running smoothly ( tree shaking, jest unit tests and correct type definitions )
You can write your Webpack config in Typescript, and it’ll save you a huge amount of pain. Webpack’s docs would lead you to believe that using Typescript requires a hacky customized set up, but in fact it’s as simple as installing a single module and changing your extensions from .js to .ts!
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