Developer Survey 2018, the problem of Webpack, 4 layers of SPA, and more
This year, over 100,000 developers told us how they learn, build their careers, which tools they’re using, and what they want in a job.
TLDR: Libraries should let innovation come either from within the core or from plugins/middleware out in the wild. Trying both approaches in parallel can light up the wrath among both users and plugin/middleware maintainers that cannot keep up with the breaking changes.
Let’s architect a React application from the ground up, exploring the domain and its services, store, application services and the view.
Today's issue is sponsored 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 what might be a good time to finally start learning React, this is your answer.
This is the original guide for learning to build apps with React.js. Recently upgraded to support React 16.3 and friends.
“What?!”, you say. “GraphQL is a server side query language. Redux is a client-side state management library. How could one replace the other?” Good question.
A simple 5 minute walkthrough to easily organize, share and sync your favorite React components between all team’s your different projects and applications.
I’m proud to announce that a new major version of MobX has been released! The changelog is quite long and includes a migration guide. So, in this blog post I’m just going to highlight the most compelling new features. Btw, if you are not familiar with MobX yet, make sure to check the free egghead.io course!
Note: This is an ongoing series of blog posts detailing how we made an iOS & Android mobile app in 10 days. Feel free to follow me here or on Twitter to get updated when the other articles are published.
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Propel is a machine learning framework inspired by numpy, autograd, and TensorFlow. It presents the user with a familiar succinct API for executing mathematical operations along with a privative “gradient function” that allows users to differentiate...
I should really start by admitting that I’m no expert in neural networks or machine learning. To be perfectly honest, most of it still completely baffles me. But hopefully that’s encouraging to any…
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A simpler static site generator. An alternative to Jekyll. Transforms a directory of templates (of varying types) into HTML.
💸 An immutable library to create, calculate and format monetary values.