React Native For Windows, How Thanos Snap Works, And More...
IN THE NEWS
Microsoft today announced a new open-source project for React Native developers who want to target Windows. “React Native for Windows,” as the project is unsurprisingly called, is meant to be a new ‘performance-oriented’ implementation of React for Windows under the MIT License. Being able to target Windows using React Native, a framework for cross-platform development […]
When you need to compare or 'check' values it's natural to reach for the if/else so you can verbally step through the problem. There's a better way.
Traditional loops, like for or while, are too low-level for common tasks. They are verbose and prone to off-by-one error. You have to manage the index variable yourself, and I always make typos with lenght. They don’t have any particular semantic value except that you’re doing some operation probably more than once.
HOW DOES IT WORKS?
This video reverse engineers how Google implemented Thanos snap on their homepage as an easter egg.
Today we're excited to announce the preview of three new extensions for Visual Studio Code that enable seamless development in Containers, remotely on physical or virtual machines, and with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). You can get started right away by installing the Remote Development Extension Pack.
Fun project by Mathieu Anderson.
Developers have the power to build the web for everyone, but that power needs to be used responsibly. What matters, in the end, is building things that help and enable people. In this article, I want to share how HTTP headers can help you build better products for a better web for everyone.