We’ve got a lot in 2.7. While you can always take a look at the roadmap, we’ve put together a quick list for a bird’s eye view of this release
CORS is a mechanism which aims to allow requests made on behalf of you and at the same time block some requests made by rogue JS and is triggered whenever you are making an HTTP request to.
Combined with existing advances such as ES Classes, template literals, and Web Components (specifically Custom Elements and Shadow DOM), ES Modules were the final piece of the puzzle for React-like self-contained UI components.
Today we are formally releasing our newest OSS offering, urql. Pronounced “urkel”, it is technically an acronym for Universal React Query Library. urql is a GraphQL client created in the hopes of simplifying the use of GraphQL in React.
If you ever wonder how new untested technologies become the requirement in large and well established companies, well here is a little story about Angular.
AngularJS is planning one more significant release, version 1.7, and on July 1, 2018 it will enter a 3 year Long Term Support period.
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In recent posts we’ve seen how to capture a user’s screen in Chrome and Firefox. Now it’s time to combine this with a real video chat application and share screens as part of a video chat.
Employers also want developers skilled in React.js, Angular, and Node.js—but fewer developers have those skills
TOOLS AND WORKFLOW
Since I always write code that makes tons of sense in my head, but fails immediately after building, I’ve had to evolve and pick up some fancy tricks. I never see people talking about conditional…