WebAssembly, Null vs Undefined, the ultimage guide to JS frameworks, and more
People call WebAssembly a game changer because it makes it possible to run code on the web faster. Some of these speedups are already present, and some are yet to come. One of these speedups is streaming compilation, where the browser compiles the code while the code is still being downloaded. Up until now, this was just a potential future speedup. But with the release of Firefox 58 next week, it becomes a reality.
Today's issue is sponsored by this by Wes Bos and his awesome React course. Totally updated with the latest best practices in React, ES6, React Router 4 and more. It is thorough and concise (less than 5 hours of video), and well structured as well (just 30 short videos). If you find yourself wondering whether what might be a good time to finally start learning React, this is you chance right there.
One of the features that React 16 gave us was the ability to render an array of components without a containing element.
In this blog I will explore the performance challenges that we faced and how we overcame them to get such impressive results. The solutions that I will talk about are very tailored for our problem domain. There are some principles and techniques that will emerge — but the specifics might be different across problem domains.
In this article, I suggest a pattern for your React-Redux project so that you don’t tear your hair apart when you have to add a new feature or when you revisit it 6 months later.
So the weekend is here and you are bored sitting in front of your computer. You are still bored after watching YouTube videos all day. Don't Worry, you have ...