\* Safari seems to catch up with the latest standarts. This time among new features are fetch API, custom elements, Gamepad API, async/await and much more
Next.js is a very slim yet powerful framework. Place React components in a pages directory and running next, and you'll get automatic code splitting, routing, hot code reloading and universal (server-side and client-side) rendering.
We ran our own test using the top 5,000 URLs from Alexa and discovered that a whopping 76.6% of them include at least one vulnerable library. If you’re curious how we conducted the test, the details are below or feel free to skip to the results.
In case you missed it, Node now supports async/await out of the box since version 7.6. If you haven’t tried it yet, here are a bunch of reasons with examples why you should adopt it immediately and never look back.
One of the new features is the ability of destructuring arrays and objects. This is an easy and convenient way of extracting data from arrays and objects.
Recently, a co-maintainer of Hashids tweeted that we've crossed 1 million downloads, so I figured this might be a good time to write a few lessons learned / thoughts from the experience.
When I was about 6 years old, I spent a lot of time playing computer games with my best friend. His family had a room full of computers. To me, they were irresistible. Magic. I spent many hours exploring all the games. One day I asked my friend, “how do we make a game?”
Fantasy Landers, assemble! We’ve been concatenating for two weeks now; are you ready for something a bit different? Well, good news! If you’re humming, “Oh won’t you take me… to functor town?”, then this is the article for you. Today, friends, we’re going to talk about functors.
From time to time, the webpack core team loves to get the community involved on Twitter, and share bits and pieces of knowledge in a fun and informative way. This time we talk CommonsChunkPlugin()
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Angular 4.0 to create a simple web client for Reddit.
8-bit music, or chiptune, is synthesized electronic music used in old computers, consoles and arcade machines. It's a part of culture for people who grew up in the late 70s and 80s, and it is still very popular among geeks.
I'm going to show you how to add automated testing and code coverage reporting to your apps and libraries for every push, pull request, and merge!
Node.js seems to be the popular thing these days. It seems to be everywhere and hsa a lot of fans. But I have to say it bugs me, it seems that Node.js solved the wrong problem. In the interest of full disclosure I should also say that I have been an Erlang developer for the past 5 years.
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Boostnote is an open source note-taking app made for progammers just like you🚀
Ever wanted to iterate over ES6 collections like Map or Set with Array-built-ins like map(), filter(), reduce()?