React With Hooks, Vue 2.6, React As a UI Runtime
NEWS AND UPDATES
With React 16.8, React Hooks are available in a stable release!
Back in December, we released React-Redux version 6.0. This release featured a major rearchitecture of the implementations for
connect, centered around our use of React's context API.
Yesterday we just celebrated the 5th Vueniversary — today we are excited to announce the release of Vue 2.6 “Macross”!
See what is new in the Visual Studio Code January 2019 Release (1.31)
How I learned to stop worrying and love refs.
An in-depth description of the React programming model.
The days I’m working on a deep learning project. I hate it but I promised myself to give it a real try. My scripts are taking a long time so I decided to do some procedural art while I waited. This time I’m going to reproduce the following crosses made by François Morellet. I saw them the last I went to the Musée Pompidou with some friends from university. I don’t have any smartphone anymore so one my friends was kind enough to take a few pictures for me, including this one.
By the time web notifications are widely supported in all browsers and mobile devices for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to use, it will be too late. Most users will have already blocked or completely disabled them.
Earlier today I received a scam email that managed to evade both my and gmail’s email filters. I wanted to get a closer look at how it did it and what it’s trying to accomplish.
In order to better understand the architectures we’re choosing from when we make this decision, we need to have a solid understanding of each approach and consistent terminology to use when speaking about them. The differences between these approaches help illustrate the trade-offs of rendering on the web through the lens of performance.
LEARN FROM CODE
Chrome Extension that tracks time you spent on Youtube.