The Web Share API, Observables, and a concrete guide to web technilogies
Starting in version 57, Chrome will throttle individual background tabs by limiting the timer fire rate for background tabs using excessive power.
Today we’re announcing Create React Native App: a new tool that makes it significantly easier to get started with a React Native project! It’s heavily inspired by the design of Create React App and is the product of a collaboration between Facebook and Expo (formerly Exponent).
In this proposal, Observable would be a new built-in that can be used to handle event streams. The Observable constructor takes a callback which defines an event stream.
Simple, concrete examples are the best ways of understanding things. In each case, I'll give you an example of what sort of problem the framework will help you solve. If you have that problem, you should consider using the framework!
Handling events in React components is the most common case to use binding. Before going any further, I recommend reading an article about this at MDN if you are uncertain how does this works. To…
When you have a large enough application, a single large bundle with all of your code becomes a problem for startup time. You need to start breaking your app into separate bundles and load them dynamically when needed.
Recently I implemented the web share API for my site as a means of testing it out. If you are using version 55 or above of Chrome on Android then you can see it in action by clicking “share it” at the bottom of this post.
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A hackable slideshow framework built with Vue.js
Displaying real time information on a mirrored surface.