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ISSUE #155

Infinite data structures in JavaScript, Bitwise operators, and more


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MODERN JAVASCRIPT

Infinite Data Structures In JavaScript | Francis Stokes

Languages like Haskell are able to deal directly with Infinite Lists, but can that ability be brought to the world of JavaScript?


Bitwise Operators in JavaScript: The Good Parts | Maga D. Zandaqo

Bitwise operators, for the most part, have been shunned by the JavaScript community. Douglas Crockford labels them as a “bad part” in his seminal book “JavaScript: The Good Parts”. Popular style…


LEARN FROM CODE

Autocomplete

Demonstration of a fully accessible autocomplete/search component in vanilla JavaScript. Based on the WAI-ARIA authoring practices


State Manager Alternative: A simple, old-school library | Noel Broda

I like State Managers. I use State Managers. State Managers are used to solve, let’s say, 5 problems. Here I’m gonna show you an alternative that only solves 1 of the 5 problems that State Managers…


SSR

Dynamic server-side rendering using headless Chrome to effortlessly solve the SEO problem for modern javascript websites

Dynamic server-side rendering using headless Chrome to effortlessly solve the SEO problem for modern javascript websites - rendora/rendora


DAN ABRAMOV

Things I Don’t Know as of 2018

People often assume that I know far more than I actually do. That’s not a bad problem to have and I’m not complaining. (Folks from minority groups often suffer the opposite bias despite their hard-earned credentials, and that sucks.)


The Elements of UI Engineering

I’ve been mulling over what it is that I do know about and consider valuable. Sure, I’m familiar with a few technologies (e.g. JavaScript and React). But the more important lessons from experience are elusive. I never tried to put them into words. This is my first attempt to catalog and describe some of them.


FUN

Let's welcome 2019 with fireworks

We'll keep the code short and simple, so our fireworks will not look very fancy or realistic - in fact, they will be more similar to the ones you saw on Geocities twenty years ago. But it's still a good coding exercise.