The expressive power of expressions in default values for parameters
This week I’ve been using regular expressions quite a lot and I wanted to share with you some very useful tricks I’ve learnt along the year.
A few days ago, version 10.5.0 of Node.js was released and one of the main features it contained was the addition of initial (and experimental) thread support. This is interesting, specially coming from a language that’s always pride itself of not needed threads thanks to it’s fantastic async I/O. So why would we need threads in Node?
A nice introduction to React.
The big news in the React Native world this week was that Airbnb published a lengthy, five-part blog post announcing and explaining their decision to stop using React Native and remove it from their codebase, in favor of a Swift/Obj-C/Java/Kotlin development that leverages new technology they are building for cross platform server rendering.
SOME NEW STUFF
Raj solves two problems: state management and running side-effects. These problems are the hardest problems in building client applications.
An MVP strategy is all about figuring out how to get users to pick up your product, validate product/market-fit, and jump-start the iteration process. Later, when you’re getting traction you can focus on delivering a compelling user experience; but in the beginning, it’s all about getting that initial user feedback.
The tech stack behind Stream and the real application and data infrastructure, utilities, devops, and business tools Stream is using
✨ Immensely upgrade your development environment with these Visual Studio Code extensions | Indrek Lasn
Some of my dear readers requested that I write about the extensions I use — so here we go!