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See what is new in the Visual Studio Code September 2017 Release (1.17)
Today the Ember.js Core Team is happy to announce our plans for the release of Ember 3.0. Ember 3.0 will arrive 2.5 years and 18 minor revisions after the release of Ember 2.0. The final release of the 2.x series will be Ember 2.18 on January 1st, 2018.
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ES6 for beginners. The post covers let, const, arrow functions, for..of, map, sets and spread attributes.
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In this video you'll learn how ES6's (ES2015) Default Parameters allow you to set default values for any arguments that are undefined when a function is invoked. You'll also learn how to use Default Parameters to make certain arguments required.
Something I forget every time: An overview of Express’ request object showing all URL properties at a glance
One month ago Recompose landed an official Flow library definition. The definitions were a long time coming, considering the original PR was created by @GiulioCanti a year ago. It took a while to…
The Angular CLI is a command-line interface for building Angular applications, and over the last year it has become one of the most essential tools in an Angular developer’s toolbox.
I was initially skeptic about the CSS-in-JS solutions that were recently gaining popularity. Probably I was overestimating the benefits of working with a toolset that I already knew, SASS, compared…
I will take a look at the performance and production build sizes of some of the most known libraries helping us with styles in React: styled-components, radium, glamorous and sass, css in js and inline styles
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Hyperapp.js allows a developer to use all the popular functional programming based concepts from popular frameworks like React.js, using a simliar pattern to Redux while also including SVG support, inline CSS, JSX and fully implemented lifecycle events.
These past few days, I dove into Visual Studio Code and TypeScript in an attempt to get a better workflow going with GraphQL / React apps. It's been a few months since evaluating the tools I use for developing every day apps, and I've found some amazing stuff. If you implement
Vim is my default editor. There’s no particular reason for this, except that I ended up learning it when I moved over to Linux many years ago. I ended up liking it because I could edit my small…
Commenting code is easy to overdo. Learning when to comment is an important, often overlooked skill.